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07.06.2017 Lawyers from the Institute for Law and Public Policy took part in an expert discussion on the decision of the UN’s International Court of Justice regarding temporary measures in the case of Ukraine v. Russia

On May 25, 2017, at the Higher School of Economics, an expert discussion took place on the decision of the International Court of Justice from April 19, 2017, regarding temporary measures in the Ukraine v. Russia. The case applies the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism and of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. The discussion was initiated by the editorial board of the journal International Justice.

The expert discussion was conducted together with the Department of International Public and Private Law at the Higher School of Education’s Faculty of Law.  Vera Rusinova, editor-in-chief of International Justice, served as the moderator of the discussion. More than ten specialists in the field of international public law took place in the discussion, including both practicing lawyers and legal scholars. Among them were Loris Marotti (University of Perugia), Vladislav Starzhenetsky (HSE), Gennady Esakov (HSE), Ilya Rachkov (MGIMO) and Yaroslav Kozheurov (MSUA).

The discussion featured the conclusions that the ICJ came to at this stage of consideration of the case, the problems of the implementation of this decision by states, as well as the prospects for considering the considering the case.  In particular, experts discussed such questions as bringing states to international legal responsibility for financing terrorism in connection with the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism, the correlation of a regime of fighting terrorism and of international humanitarian law in armed conflicts, as well as the legal components of procedural standards  that are subject to application when temporary measures are implemented.

Lawyers from the Institute for Law and Public Policy took part in the discussion.  Grigory Vaypan, leader of ILPP’s Litigation Unit, spoke on possible means for executing the ICJ’s decision on implementing temporary measures in relation to supposed infractions of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in light of Russia’s current legal system.  Natalia Secretaryova, a lawyer at ILPP, shared an overview of the ICJ’s decision.

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