Our Research

CGPL members carry out comparative, empirical and normative research in the diverse fields of global public law, including constitutional law, criminal law and international criminal law, human rights law, public international law and legal theory, European public law, international organisations, history of globalisation and global law.

Our Current and Recently Funded Research Projects Include

CGPL members recent publications:

  • Çalı, McGregor, Galand, Azarova, Durmuş, Crivet and Elibol, The Effects of International Human Rights Law (IHRL) on International Law: A Bibliography

  • Çalı, McGregor, Galand, Durmuş and Crivet, The Effects of International Human Rights Law on other Branches of Public International Law: An Annotated Compilation of Case Law

  • Azarova, ‘Mending the Gap: The Status and Consequence of Morocco’s Activities in Western Sahara in International Law and Practice’, Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies (forthcoming 2016)

  • Galand, 'Security Council Referrals to the International Criminal Court as Quasi-Legislative Acts', Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, (2016), Volume 19, Number 1, pp. 142 - 75

  • Çalı, ‘Towards a Responsbile Domestic Courts Doctrine? The European Court of Human Rights and the Variable Standard of Judicial Review of Domestic Courts' in Shifting Centres of Gravity in Human Rights Protection: Rethinking relations between ECHR, EU and National Legal Orders, Arnardóttir and Buyse eds, Routledge, (2016) 144-161

  • Çalı, "Comparing the support of the EU and the US for international human rights law qua international human rights law: Worlds too far apart?", International Journal of Constitutional Law (2015), Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 901-922

  • Çalı, Ghanea and Jones, "Domestic Effects of Human Rights Treaty Ratification in the Member States of the Gulf Cooperation Council", Human Rights Quarterly, Volume 38, Number 1, February 2016 pp. 21-57

  • Çalı, ‘Does the remedy jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights do enough for media freedom?’  in Journalism at Risk: Threats, Perspectives and Challenges, Council of Europe Publishing (2015)


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