Extraterritoriality

Human Rights, Deprivation of Life and National Security: Q&A with Christof Heyns and Yuval Shany on General Comment 36

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Feb 4th, 2019

Microsoft, Ireland, and the Rest of the World

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Feb 21st, 2018

Microsoft Ireland: Extraterritoriality Step Zero

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Feb 16th, 2018

Cross-Border Access to Data: Google’s Senior VP Weighs In

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Jun 22nd, 2017

“Golden Shield” Oral Arguments Today: Doe v. Cisco

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Apr 18th, 2017

UK Government’s Response on Drone Strikes Policy Leaves British Parliament Wanting More

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Oct 19th, 2016

What Law Applies to the Resort to Force Against Non-State Actors? Filling the Void of “Internal Jus Ad Bellum”

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Oct 18th, 2016

Different Human Rights at Home and Abroad: Immunity for British Soldier during Overseas Operations

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Oct 5th, 2016

The UK’s New Derogation Policy for Armed Conflicts: Making a Success of the European Convention on Human Rights?

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Oct 5th, 2016

Application of Human Rights Law to Military Actions Abroad: A Recent UK Judgment

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Sep 28th, 2016

Polish Outrage to Paying Victims of CIA Black Sites—and What the Eur Court Said

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May 20th, 2015

Microsoft Case: The Government Responds, But Fails to Convince

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Mar 10th, 2015

Jaloud v. Netherlands: European Court of Human Rights addresses extra-territorial jurisdiction in Iraq

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Dec 4th, 2014

U.N. Committee Criticizes U.S. Record on Torture, Praises U.S. on Extraterritorial Reach of Treaty

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Nov 28th, 2014

The Global Reach of the U.S. Position on Torture

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Nov 24th, 2014

The United States and the Torture Convention, Part I: Extraterritoriality

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Nov 14th, 2014

Harold Koh’s New “Memo to the President” on the Torture Convention

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Nov 6th, 2014

Does International Law Matter?

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Nov 3rd, 2014

Should Foreign Nationals Get the Same Privacy Protections under NSA Surveillance–or Less (or More)?

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Oct 29th, 2014

Time to Give the Sleeves From Our Vest and Acknowledge the Extraterritoriality of the Convention Against Torture

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Oct 20th, 2014

“Just looking for loopholes…”

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Oct 19th, 2014

John Bellinger’s Testimony before the PCLOB (and implications for Senate approval of the Persons with Disabilities Convention) [Updated on April 2]

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Apr 1st, 2014

The Extraterritorial Right to Privacy: An Opportunity to Impact the Debate

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Mar 27th, 2014

UN Human Rights Committee Says ICCPR Applies to Extraterritorial Surveillance: But is that so novel?

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Mar 27th, 2014