What is the domain of global public law as a field of inquiry?
Global public law is an emerging field of research and practice. Its also a contested one. To define the research agenda for the Center for Global Public Law we must first understand how global public law as a field of inquiry is impacted by both how it has emerged and how it is contested.MORE
Europe: a Friend or a Foe of Global Public Law?
The second annual colloquium of the Center for Global Public Law held in May 2016 focussed on a timely question: Europe: A friend or a foe of Global Public Law?MORE
"Is there a Global Public Law?” - Reflections on the Launch of the CGPL Colloquium Series
A guest post by Sinja Graf reflecting on the launch of the Center for Global Public Law colloquium series.
‘Is there a Global Public Law?” was the question that launched Koç University's Center for Global Public Law’s inaugural colloquium.MORE