Wrongful Non-cooperation in International Law

This page serves as portal to a doctoral research project by Patricia Jimenez Kwast at the University of Oxford on wrongful non-cooperation in international law. The research is supervised by Professor Catherine Redgwell, Chichele Professor of Public International Law and Fellow of All Souls College and Co-Director of the Oxford Geoengineering Programme of the Oxford Martin School. An earlier phase of the research has been conducted under the supervision of Professor Vaughan Lowe QC, Emeritus Chichele Professor of Public International Law and Fellow of All Souls College and practising Barrister at Essex Court Chambers.  


Posts

Cooperate Or Else: A Blog on International Cooperation Obligations 

Drafts, Materials & Reports


Support

I am deeply grateful for the generous support of these scholarships that have made my DPhil research possible:

Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds Scholarship

Huygens Scholarship Programme

VSB Fonds Scholarship

Dr. Hendrik Muller Fonds Scholarship


Publications

Upcoming

Wrongful Non-Cooperation by States Parties and Non-Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

Cooperation Rights and Obligations of States as (Not) Applied by International Courts and Tribunals

Obligations to Cooperate as Provisional Measures? The Practice of ITLOS and UNCLOS Annex VII Tribunals


DPhil Papers and Presentations

Upcoming 

Questioning the Content of Obligations of States to Cooperate (PIL Research Seminar, Oxford 8 March 2017)

Completed

Wrongful Non-cooperation and Obligations to Cooperate in International Human Rights Law (OxHRH Workshop, Oxford 3 June 2016)

Wrongful Non-Cooperation in International Law (PIL Research Seminar, Oxford 18 November 2015)

Relying on Duties to Cooperate in International Law (PIL Research Seminar, Oxford 2 June 2010) 

The Use of Duties to Cooperate in International Law (PIL Research Seminar, Oxford 25 November 2009)

Cooperating on UNCLOS Article 76 and the Science of the Outer Limits: The Normativity of the Institutional Dimension (ESIL-ASIL Research Forum, Helsinki 2-3 October 2009) 

International Rights and Duties of Cooperation at Sea: The Paradigm of Cooperation from Principle to Practice (Graduate Legal Research Conference, Oxford 27-28 April 2009)

Maritime Policing: A Sea of Change? From the Exercise of Sovereignty over Maritime Space towards Enforcement of the Global Oceans Legal Framework (IBRU 20th Anniversary Conference, Durham 1-3 April 2009)