On 13-14 May 2021, the Glasginburgh 2021 Conference: International Law and Distribution will be held.
Glasginburgh – the second conference in this series, to be held at the University of Glasgow and GCILS, will take place via Zoom.
The aim of the conference is to explore the relationship between international law and questions of “distribution” – broadly conceived. This two-day event will promote a dialogue about the myriad ways in which current ‘distributions’ inform or even determine the development of international law, and how, in turn, the practices of international legal institutions may impact upon distributions of income, resources, and power in the world.
Shaimerden Chikanayev, Parther of GRATA International in Kazakhstan and Anatole Boute - Chinese University of Hong Kong will speak on topic “The geopolitics and law of Eurasian gas market integration”.
Working language - English.
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