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KFG Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 47

Working Paper No. 47, 'A Multilateral Track for Sustainable Development Along the Belt and Road: Aligning Country Ownership with International Rule of Law' by Johanna Aleria Lorenzo has been published.

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KFG Working Paper Series: Working Paper No. 46

Working Paper No. 46, 'Regional Approaches to International Law (RAIL): Rise or Decline of International Law?' by Apollin Koagne Zouapet has been published.

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KFG welcomes new senior fellow: Kirsten Schmalenbach

On 01.03.2021, Prof. Dr. Kirsten Schmalenbach joins the Kolleg-Forschungsgruppe as a new senior fellow.

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Dr. Johanna Aleria Lorenzo

Dr. Johanna Aleria Lorenzo
Habelschwerdter Allee 34a

e-Mail: johanna.lorenzo(at)kfg-intlaw.de

Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Short CV:

Dr. Johanna Aleria P. Lorenzo (JSD, Yale) is a postdoctoral research fellow in the KFG Berlin-Potsdam Research Group “The International Rule of Law – Rise or Decline?”. For her project during the fellowship, she will examine the roles of international law, the concept of sustainable development, and the rule of law ideal in the context of development finance and cooperation, particularly with respect to infrastructure projects under the Belt and Road Initiative. Prior to joining the research group, Johanna worked as a supervising legal officer at the University of the Philippines Law Center, where she oversaw the international economic law research program of the Institute of International Legal Studies. She teaches international trade law (LLM program) and public international law at the University of the Philippines College of Law. Her research focuses on development and global governance issues arising from the intersections of international economic law, international environmental law, and international human rights law. Her doctoral dissertation, which was awarded the Ambrose Gherini Prize for best paper in international law, examined the safeguard systems (the environmental and social policies and the accountability mechanisms) of international financial institutions and scrutinized the role of international organizations and non-State actors in the international lawmaking process relating to sustainable development.

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