Happy Sunday, everybody!
As of today, I am off to vacation, so this is a pre-scheduled post.
I had an unexpectedly busy week with lots of work to do and so little time remaining for other important things. Among the latter: taking the final exam of the
International Law in Action: A Guide to the International Courts and Tribunals in The Hague course I participated in recently on Coursera. I managed to finish the course Saturday night. Midnight, to be exact, after a tiresome day of touristing around (with a real tourist) in Budapest, and, uhm, also a glass of wine. Now I can’t wait to just lie on the beach with a stock of books to read. I hope the weather will be great! And also, two weeks of sports excitements have started already! I will be all #GoHungary of course (two gold medals already by Sunday morning!!), but I am also with #TeamRefugees, because what they are representing deserves respect.
Here’s your weekend read.
Today being Friday. But of course we don’t know if we know anything yet, since the procedure is just not simple as that. We seem to know who has the most supporters, and we can pretty confidently pick the candidates who will most definitely not be the next SG. Nothing else is sure.
A great account of different case law regarding this very delicate issue. I still think that every case is different and each deserves unique deliberation.
This one is to reflect on the past’s and today’s tragedies from one particular perspective.