Int. Law and the Territorial Gains and Losses of Non-State Actors in Africa...
London Centre of International Law Practice (LCILP) is pleased to announce the date of the launching event of its project on international law and the territorial gains and losses of non-state actors in Africa and the Middle East, which will be chaired by Professor Joseph Mifsud, LCILP’s Director for International Strategic Development.
During this event, the territorial and security dimensions of the rise of non-state actors in Africa and the Middle East will be examined from an international law perspective by LCILP and a host of distinguished speakers, including:
Stuart Elden, Professor of Political Theory and Geography at Warwick University. Professor Elden is the author of The Birth of Territory (University of Chicago Press, 2013) and Terror and Territory: The Spatial Extent of Sovereignty (University of Minnesota Press, 2009). He maintains the blog Progressive Geographies.
Emmanuel Dupuy, President of the Institute for Prospective and Security in Europe (IPSE). Dr Dupuy is also a visiting professor as well as a research associate at several institutes and research centers located in Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, USA, Morocco, and China.
Patrick Zahnd, Professor of Humanitarian International Law at SciencesPo: Paris School of International Affairs. With over 30 years of experience working for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Dr. Zahnd is an international law practitioner and a humanitarian international law expert.
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