Amsterdam Center for International Law

Completed Research Projects

  • The architecture of postnational rulemaking

    The Architecture of Postnational Rulemaking

    This project explored processes of rulemaking that take place below the radar of traditional legal doctrine from the point of view of three different legal disciplines, public international law, European public law and European private law.

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  • Middle lake of Bastan, short before sunset, Hautes-Pyrénées, France.

    Smart Mixes in relation to Transboundary Environmental Harm

    This project provided insights concerning the way in which international treaties are, and can be, supplemented with other instruments, in order to come to a more effective regulation of the causes of transboundary environmental harm.

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  • Shared Responsibility in International Law

    This project examined the allocation of responsibilities among multiple international actors and will offer concepts, principles and perspectives for understanding how the international legal order may deal with shared responsibilities.

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