I did write a good – to my mind – book review more than a year ago but no-one has been interested in publishing this review, although the review was written under an agreement. Deep in my heart I still hope that one day this review will be published, therefore I am giving only a shortened idea of it […]
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Working with materials for the course „External Relations of the European Union“ and attending Tallinn University Academy’s for graduates of the Gymnasiums course „International Relations 2012“ I had to think how to define international relations. Being a graduate of Univerity of Helsinki LL.M Programme in PIL with political scientist supervision, and having read a number […]
I was recently asked which book would I recommend to be translated into the Estonian language. The Bible and Qur’an having already been translated, I recommended (and what else to do if your freedom of movement is constrained) the following books. To the list you could also add the books that have helped you to […]
These days one may read about Darfur conflict and humanitarian crisis, Chad-Sudan conflict, Islamization of Africa as political determination of it, Red Sea borders with Saudi-Arabia of States in Africa (Egypt, Sudan, Eritrea, (Ethiopia)), economic relations of this area with China, pharmaceutical factory at Khartoum, UN action and organizations in Sudan, influence of imperialism and […]
I had the possibility to open a new course HOL6026 „Accountability and Review of the EU Institutions“ at the Tallinn University of Technology yesterday (15th of February) which course addresses mainly three aspects of accountability – 1) political accountability, 2) judicial review and 3) administrative supervision of EU institutions, bodies, and agencies. The course is […]
In the end of the year people tend to reflect on the passed year. I chose to reflect the main ideas expressed by me at a lecture about human rights that I read to my students on the 18th of November 2011 at the University of Tartu which lecture partly reflected on my participation at […]
From 4 to 6 November 2011, King’s College London hosts International Moot on Foreign Direct Investment where I as a Visiting Researcher with my remedies topic can participate. The Moot consists of symposium in defining investments and investors in investor State arbitration (Prof. Guido Carducci) and the relevance of customary international law in investor State arbitration […]
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