How to write an academic article in International Law? Keeping track with new ideas

In another entry I wrote about free writing on international law, I focused more on jumping on the white page and start writing, and doing it every day, at least aiming at filling pages rather than be seated down and writing for a stretch of time. There might be times that when I write, as … Continue reading How to write an academic article in International Law? Keeping track with new ideas

How to write an academic article in international law? A step-by-step guide…for me. Generating ideas.

You are reading this, because maybe just like me, you don't know where to start when thinking about the possibility to write an academic article in international law, there are tons of ideas, tons of new things happening in and around the area and when I take finally the courage to think about writing an … Continue reading How to write an academic article in international law? A step-by-step guide…for me. Generating ideas.

Hoarding of vaccines, the Mexican protest and Comity

Hoarding happens at many levels, wealthy people having just more than enough food, and wasting much of it, too many shoes, too many T.V.s, too many of everything, except with books, you can hoard of sorts of books and have your library and your anti-library if you want. The issue that appears to be of … Continue reading Hoarding of vaccines, the Mexican protest and Comity

The fight against climate change and International Law. A third world perspective.

One of the issues that has created some type of stir in Mexico, is the new possible changes to the energy law, and the way forward by the political party in turn, to make a bet for carbon fuels and non-renewable energy. The political arguments in favor and against are taking part everywhere, social media, … Continue reading The fight against climate change and International Law. A third world perspective.

The International Moral dilemma of vaccination

The Covid-19 Pandemic brought many problems and many issues at the national and the international level, much criticism has been brought as to the way the countries had acted in order to counter the health problems related to the Pandemic. One of such issues is the International Moral dilemma of who must be vaccinated first … Continue reading The International Moral dilemma of vaccination

International Law and Politics

During this days I set myself a goal to read more articles and books, and I guess I am doing quite well on such goal. To think and to reflect at least a little bit more on international legal theory, and what of the great questions that I have encountered is the axis between International … Continue reading International Law and Politics

Is International Law, Law and International?

Two of the big claims against International Law, well, actually three, go at the very heart of International Law, one, if international law, can be understood as seen as really international, and on the other side, if it can be referred as, well, law. However, another aspect that lies behind those two claims, is to … Continue reading Is International Law, Law and International?

Teorías de Conspiración y la Pandemia

Las Teorías de Conspiración son una rama muy interesante de estudio y no tienen porque invalidarse de manera automática, en ellas detrás tal vez se esconde mucho de lo que en otros campos se le llamaría como escepticismo, tal vez, este tipo de escepticismo sea muy racional como muy irracional. Estas teorías de conspiración validan … Continue reading Teorías de Conspiración y la Pandemia

Can the vaccine for the Covid be open source?

The vaccine as any other type of human invention has a formula, a patent, and by having a patent this means that it is not open source, there are few who will gain from finding the cure, yes of course, they have invested huge amount of human and financial resources to find a cure. But, … Continue reading Can the vaccine for the Covid be open source?