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Public Event: Thomas Franck Lecture by Professor Joseph Weiler

On 8th December 2022, the Research Group will host a Thomas Franck Lecture by Professor Joseph Weiler on "Is the Church of European Integration facing a Reformation?".

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Video of Thomas Franck Lecture by Samantha Besson, 16 May 2022

Watch the video of the lecture "The Public/Private Relation and International Law" here.

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Video of Thomas Franck Lecture by Benedict Kingsbury, 22 September 2022

Watch the video of the lecture "Updating the International Law Endowment in the Era of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence" here.

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Dr. Liliya Khasanova

Dr. Liliya Khasanova
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Short CV:

Liliya Khasanova is a post-doctoral fellow, researcher, negotiator and peacemaker. Liliya specializes in international public law and governance, particularly international law of cyber space, international trade law, dispute settlement and international negotiations. She defended her Ph.D. dissertation on "Mutually Agreed Solutions in the WTO: theory and practice", completing an interdisciplinary analysis of non-binding bilateral agreements and their role in the WTO legal system. Her current research interests include national/cultural perspectives on the international law of cyber space (particularly EU and Russia), the impact of information and telecommunication technologies (ICTs) on international legal order, and gender dimensions in international peace and cyber negotiations. Before joining the Berlin Potsdam Research Group ‘International Rule of Law – Rise or Decline?’, she was a post-doctoral fellow at Nanterre Center for International law (CEDIN). Liliya was also a graduate research fellow at the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School and a visiting fellow at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) and Stockholm Center for International law and Justice before earning her Ph.D. in international law in 2019. She was selected as Women, Peace and Security (WIIS) next-generation fellow in 2021 and is currently a Center Associate with Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University.

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