Wed 23 Sep 2020

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Raising Questions on Targeted Killings as First Strikes in IACs

Raising Questions on Targeted Killings as First Strikes in IACs

Yes. The American strike against Qassem Soleimani was illegal. This is the common conclusion of some of the world’s best experts on international law and jus ad bellum. And, lets be clear, the Iranian response was also illegal. Let’s not dwell on these already explored and answered questions, shall we? Instead, lets look into some of the more complicated issues that have arisen in the background, farther away from the overcrowded studios of mass media commentary, in the less frequented corners of the IL academic twiterverse.

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The Coming of Age of Institutional Arbitration Rules in Iran: An Analytic Overview of the ACIC Rules

The Coming of Age of Institutional Arbitration Rules in Iran: An Analytic Overview of the ACIC Rules

The Arbitration Center of Iran Chamber of Commerce (ACIC) was established in 2002, following approval by the parliament of Iran as an affiliate to the Iran Chamber of Commerce. However, it has a distinctive and independent legal character. The ACIC is the first institution to incorporate institutional arbitration into the legal system of Iran for the resolution of both domestic and international disputes.

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