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2020

The use of international courts and tribunals in criminal defence strategy (Bara Mexicana)

A Red Notice against Trump? - When INTERPOL is asked to intervene against targeted killing - Dr Rutsel Silvestre J Martha (Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge)

Special Envoy Alex Saab’s Defense Team Files Appeal Against the Court’s Extradition Decision (The Daily Chronicle)

Alex Saab’s defence consider the charges against him as fabricated  (Semana)

The authorities of Cabo Verde have been provided with the information needed to dismiss the extradition request from the USA in respect of Alex Saab  (Lindeborg Counsellors at Law)

Cabo Verde: the defence asserts that the case against Alex Saab is politically motivated  (Radio France Internationale)

The right to enter his or her own country  (EJIL:Talk)

COVID-19 and ‘War’ Clauses in Investment Treaties: A Breach through the Wall of State Sovereignty?  (EJIL:Talk)

Coronavirus crisis and the Charter of the Kingdom of the Netherlands  (Antilliaans Dagblad)

 

 A lifebuoy from Strasbourg for the Minister of Justice  (Antilliaans Dagblad)

P.R.I.M.E. Finance Annual General Meeting February 3-4, 2020  (P.R.I.M.E. Finance)

2019

INTERPOL ‘complicit’ in arrest of its chief in China (The Financial Times)

Wife of China’s Meng, former INTERPOL chief, sues agency (Reuters)

 

Grace Meng, wife of fallen Interpol head Meng Hongwei, sues the police agency for ‘failing to assist her’ (South China Morning Post)

 

Lindeborg Counsellors at Law endorses the statement by ASIL concerning Professor Maurice Kamto (American Society of International Law)

Meng Hongwei: the Chinese detective novel on INTERPOL (in French, Libération)

Stephen Bailey admitted as a Visiting Fellow to the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge (Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge)

2018

Lecture at All Souls College, University of Oxford: INTERPOL and the responsibility of international organisations (University of Oxford)

 

Interpol rejects Putin’s Man as President after global uproar (The Daily Beast)

 

Leading candidate to head Interpol is Russian, drawing western objections (The New York Times)

 

Under pressure, INTERPOL refuses to upset China despite the disappearance of its President (in French, Le Monde)

Interpol is accused of colluding with Beijing over the arrest of the global crime agency's Chinese ex-boss (Daily Mail)

Wife of disappeared former Interpol President lawyers up in Europe (Radio Free Asia)

Wife of missing ex-Interpol chief Meng Hongwei hires lawyers to track him down (Reuters)

Dr Martha teaches on inaugural investment law and arbitration course at the Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge (Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge)

ConocoPhillips’ seizure of PDVSA assets: Can Curaçao invoke the ‘State Of Necessity’ exception? (Curaçao Chronicle)

Guangdong Zhenrong Energy Co Ltd appoints Dr Rutsel Martha and Mirto Murray as representatives in its dispute with Curaçao

(in Dutch, Antiliaans Dagblad) 

2017

Interpol and the EU: don't play politics (Euobserver)

ICSID Tribunal constituted in Buse v Panama (ICSID)

 

Lindeborg, dernier recours des VIP traqués par Interpol (Intelligence Online)

 

VIPs trailed by Interpol turn to Lindeborg (Intelligence Online)

St. Maarten integrity chamber talks resume, Kingdom decision shelved (The Daily Herald)

Council of State forces solution between Philipsburg, The Hague (The Daily Herald)

Response by Dr Martha (lawyer of Panama’s former President Martinelli) to The Financial Times (in Spanish, Crítica)

Panama brought before an ICSID tribunal for intervening with a brokerage firm (in Spanish, CIAR Global)

Dutch investor sees BIT claim against Panama registered (IA Reporter)

Non-extradition of financial offenders is a diplomatic failure (SundayGuardianLive)

2016

Inside the global “Club” that helps executives escape their crimes (BuzzFeed News)

Cuando Inmunidad Rima con Impunidad (Youtube)

2015

INTERPOL’s announcement in the cases of Rafat Ali Rizvi and Hesham al-Warraq (Red Notice Law Journal)

Interpol gets its act right: cancels red notice against Clare Brown & Rafat Rizvi (The Epoch Times)

Interpol seeks reasons for red notice against Lalit Modi (The Indian Express)

Unprecedented concessions by Interpol (Bell Yard)

Centre goes red as Lalit makes light of blue notice (The New Indian Express)

OIC ruling postpones asset repatriation (The Jakarta Post)

2014

When not all like cases are treated alike: problems in international financial law (in Dutch, Universiteit Leiden)

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