Since 2019, Asser researchers regularly write blogs on topical issues linked to international law. Asser blogs appear on the homepage.
Asser Blogs in 2020
- Meaningful human control over autonomous weapons and International Criminal Law
17 December 2020
- Beyond AI Ethics: International law and human rights for AI accountability
16 November 2020
- The beginning of the end of a home-grown African Court?
20 May 2020
- Democracy in times of crisis: The state of emergency in Hungary
14 April 2020
- Migration: Revisiting the legal nature of the 2016 EU-Turkey statement
9 April 2020
- The counter-productiveness of deprivation of nationality as a national security measure
23 March 2020
- Using big data for research and policy analysis: how to deal with legal and ethical concerns?
29 January 2020
- Does Artificial Intelligence exacerbate injustices?
14 January 2020
Asser Blogs in 2019
- We need a private international law system that responds to the interests of Africa
11 December 2019
- Citizenship deprivation will strengthen IS jihadist ideology
8 November 2019
- Deprivation of nationality of Dutch IS fighters is counter-productive
Christophe Paulussen & Rumyana van Ark (nee Grozdanova)
4 November 2019
- A Nobel Peace Prize for Africa, but what about the other half of the story?
15 October 2019
- On the illegality of the Turkish offensive in Syria
10 October 2019
- City-branding and human rights: a win-win combination?
26 July 2019
- Outsourcing the management of terrorism suspects to other countries
Rumyana van Ark (nee Grozdanova)
16 July 2019
- Lethal autonomous weapons, war crimes, and the Convention on Conventional Weapons
Marta Bo & Taylor Woodcock
28 May 2019
- Germany and its returning foreign terrorist fighters
23 April 2019