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24 June 2017: Panel Discussion “International law in crisis – On the challenges caused by terrorism and populism”
As part of the Long Night of the Sciences (Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften) on 24 June 2017, the Research Group hosted a panel discussion about
International law is currently put into question by populist movements and by terrorist violence.
Are these short-term phenomena regarding a long-term development towards an ever intense
juridification of international relations? Or are these signs of a fundamental change in global
structures? Can international law confront the terrorist threat in a meaningful way and help to
confine it? Is the rise of populism counterproductive in the global war against terror? Is international
law facing a radical transformation?
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