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About Joanna Rozpedowski

Joanna Rozpedowski is a doctoral researcher in the School of Government and International Affairs at Durham University and the 2013-2014 US-UK Postgraduate Fulbright Scholar at the University of Liverpool School of Law.

Articles by Joanna Rozpedowski

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Phoebe Braithwaite is openDemocracy’s submissions editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

“Women and Children First”: war, humanitarianism, and the refugee crisis

Is a rethinking of laws of armed conflict or international humanitarian law, humanitarian assistance and refugee policy not significantly overdue?

The fog of war

Tweets are emerging as a novel form of incriminating evidence in a rapidly changing terrain of modern warfare. What ought to be their evidentiary value and legal status under international law of armed conflict?

Supranational courts and cosmopolitan norms as agents of change

To the chagrin of many committed Realists, states today operate in an indubitably ethical environment influenced by a revival of the cosmopolitan tradition.

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