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Revisiting Coercion as an Element of Prohibited Intervention in International Law

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Revisiting Coercion as an Element of Prohibited Intervention in International Law
Date of Event
22nd February 2023
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22nd February 2023

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Event time: 17:00 - 18:00 on Wednesday 22/02/2023

 

International law prohibits states from intervening in the internal and external affairs of other states, but only if the method of intervention is coercive. But what is coercion really beyond the obvious examples most lawyers would agree on? And how is to be understood in the novel context of malicious cyber operations, for instance those interfering with elections or attacking public health infrastructure in other states?  

In his inaugural lecture, Professor Marko Milanovic will argue that coercion can be understood in two different ways or models.

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