International law

My research does not easily fit into categories, but most of it in one way or another deals with international law, beginning with my doctoral thesis in self-determination, minority rights, and human rights. My
 research agenda then broadened to cover the case law of the International Court of Justice and the Permanent Court of International Justice, the practice of the UN Security Council, and robotics and artificial intelligence. Most of my teaching also centres on international law.

Select publications:

- 'The United Nations Charter, the Security Council, and Creativity', 2017, 44 pp. – SSRN.

- 'International Law and Artificial Intelligence', German Yearbook of International Law 2017/18 (forthcoming), 20 pp. – SSRN.

Models of Autonomy? - Case Studies of Minority Regimes in Hungary and French Polynesia, Zurich, Schulthess, 2010, 231 [+61] p. – open access.

- 'The Kosovo Opinion and Secession: The Sounds of Silence and Missing Links', 11 German Law Journal 8 (2010) 881-890 – open access.