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The International Moral dilemma of vaccination

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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

What I learned from “The Chair”

Well, since I am undergoing a "staycation" for 21 days, at Hong Kong, there are lot of things to do, one may say reading is one of those things, but after a while, that feeling of the possibility to read non-stop just fades away, and, well you turn to what is easier, watch tv series, … Continue reading What I learned from “The Chair”

Call for papers, events and a job in International Law

So, recently I created a curated list in Twitter about international law and other type of issues related to it. I think it is quite fun to encounter different perspectives on different issues to maintain oneself engaged in this exciting area of law. But, sometimes the likes the retweets and the bookmarkings tend to get … Continue reading Call for papers, events and a job in International Law

Yo creo en el voto inteligente

Hace unos días me aventé de manera abierta a publicar mi preferencia del voto, amigos y familiares expresaron también su intención, sobre todo dirigidos al tema de hacer un voto útil o un voto inteligente, sobre todo para poder restar fuerza al partido en el poder, ya a nivel Federal, ya a nivel Estatal y … Continue reading Yo creo en el voto inteligente

Una danzante en libertad

Querida Abue Nena, Hoy me dieron el privilegio de dedicarte unas palabras. Te las dedico con todo el cariño y todo el corazón. Hablaré de ti, desde mi experiencia que tengo como tu nieto, lo que yo viví; el ver como a través de los años siempre contamos contigo para todo. La abue Nena, mamá … Continue reading Una danzante en libertad

El silencio del Ministro Zaldívar

Rasgarse las vestiduras es una manifestación judía, en el que se rompe la vestidura como en señal de duelo, y justamente, es lo que está de algún modo pasando en torno a la reforma judicial en México. Dentro de la letra chiquita está el tema entre si extender o no el plazo del presidente de … Continue reading El silencio del Ministro Zaldívar

What means to be critical in International Law?

I think lately there has been a great interest to think about new approaches to international law (NAIL) in order to spark up the conversations around it. One of these new approaches is about the Critical Studies to International Law, but, being critical is just to say you criticize the status quo? that you don't … Continue reading What means to be critical in International Law?

Acaparamiento de Vacunas. Respuesta a Andrés

Mi estimado Andrés: Disfruté mucho leer tu artículo en Zona Docs, esta respuesta es más bien una reflexión de lo que veo y que puede estar sucediendo, y que tal vez tengamos que revisar más a fondo, tal vez no solo desde un punto de vista puramente jurídico, sino como desde algún tipo metodológico podemos … Continue reading Acaparamiento de Vacunas. Respuesta a Andrés

How to write an academic article in International Law? the Research Question, thanks to Sundhya Pahuja!

I wrote two previous entries on how to write an academic article, one was focused on free writing, the other one, was on the issue on how to work with all the possible bright ideas that pop up when free writing. Now the focus is on the research question. After much writing one have to … Continue reading How to write an academic article in International Law? the Research Question, thanks to Sundhya Pahuja!