About the Colloquium

While nations do collaborate at times for the common good; yet, recent times witness more divergence. In the interconnected yet divided world of today, we are facing numerous unprecedented challenges. Collaborating in exploring a way forward for a brighter future of mankind is without doubt high on the world agenda; however, overuse of sanctions could be an impediment to this progress.

As such, the 2020 Colloquium on International Law has invited an array of experts to discuss:

Sanctions – Principles of Non-Interference

Who Should Come

This is the event for you, if you’re:

Business Sector – listed company directors, CEOs, C-Suite executives, investors, strategists
Legal Sector – practitioners, judges
Academic Sector – faculty members, researchers, students
Government Sector – diplomats, government officials, policymakers
International Organisations – senior officials, consultants, specialists, legal officers

Come, join other high calibre delegates and be inspired!





15:00 – 15:10

Welcome Remarks

15:20 – 15:50

Keynote Addresses

15:50 – 17:10 

Panel Presentation

The Articulation of Multilateral and Unilateral Sanctions

Unilateral Sanctions: Issues of Kind and Degree

Chinese Attitudes Towards and Practice of Unilateral Sanctions

International Sanctions – Practical Problems, Potential Solutions and Possible Alternatives

‘Unlawful Interventions’, ‘Sanctions’ So-Called, and International Law

17:10 – 17:45 

Panel Discussion; Q&A

17:45 – 18:00

Closing Remarks


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