Altes Schloss Dornburg

Workshop "A Review of Current Trends in Foreign Relations Law"

Altes Schloss Dornburg
Foto: Jan-Peter Kasper/FSU

Allgemeine Informationen

  • Veranstalter:
    Prof. Dr. Helmut Aust (Freie Universität Berlin) / Prof. Dr. Thomas Kleinlein
  • Veranstaltungsort:
    Altes Schloss Dornburg
  • Termin:
    9./10. Mai 2019
  • Workshopsprache: Englisch

Public Keynote Lecture

Referent Foto: Pixabay


  • Wann? 9. Mai 2019, 18 Uhr
  • Wo? Senatssaal der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Universitätshauptgebäude, Fürstengraben 1
  • Wozu? Five Conceptions of Foreign Relations Law
  • Wer? Campbell McLachlan, Vicotria University of Wellington


Thursday, 9 May 2019


12:45 Welcome and Introduction
Helmut Aust, Freie Universität Berlin and Thomas Kleinlein, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena

Foreign Relations Law as a Field

The Development of Foreign Relations Law as a Field in the United States
Curtis A. Bradley, Duke Law School

Une Foreign Relations Law à la française?
Frédéric Mégret, McGill University

Constitutional Review, Foreign Relations Law and Global Administrative Law. The Function of Constitutional Adjudication Networks in the Management of Foreign Policy
Angelo Jr Golia, Max-Planck Institute for Public Comparative Law and International Law Heidelberg


Joint Discussion of three Presentations


Foreign Relations Law and Separation of Powers: Case Studies from Different Jurisdictions

Division of competences in the field of foreign relations according to the Polish constitution
Stanislaw Biernat, Jagiellonian University of Kraków

Process-Substance Trade-Offs in the Practice of Foreign Relations Law: The United States as a Case Study
Jean Galbraith, University of Pennsylvania Law School


Coffee Break


Joint Discussion of two Presentations

The role of parliaments in creating and enforcing foreign relations law: A case study of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Ajla Škrbić, University of Travnik Faculty of Law, Bosnia and Herzegovina

International Foreign Relations Law: Executive Authority in Entering and Exiting Obligations
Edward Swaine, George Washington University Law School

The Influence of International Law on Parliamentary Practice with Respect to the Use of Force – Recent Developments in the United Kingdom
Veronika Fikfak, University of Cambridge

16:45 Joint Discussion of three Presentations
Friday, 10 May 2019

Foreign Relations Law and the Limits of Cooperation

The Conseil Constitutionnel’s jurisprudence on “limitations of sovereignty” / The relationship between international law and constitutional law in the French jurisprudence (or case law)
Niki Aloupi, Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas

Democratic accountability of foreign relations law: a separation of powers approach
Conrado Hübner Mendes, Universidade de São Paulo

Making and Breaking of Treaties in South Africa: The Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary
Dire Tladi, University of Pretoria

Empowering the EU as a global actor: constitutional challenges
Anne Thies, University of Reading


Joint Discussion of four Presentations

12:00 Lunch

Substance and Interfaces: International Law, Foreign Relations Law, Constitutional Law

The international obligation of non-recognition as a norm of transnational foreign relations law
Valentina Azarova/Antal Berkes, University of Manchester

The Impact of Deformalization and Privatization Trends in International Law on Swiss Foreign Relations Law
Anna Petrig, Universität Basel

Open statehood between human rights and economic integration
Michael Riegner, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

From “Act of States” to “Act of Courts”: A prolegomena to a Foreign relations law in India
Prabhakar Singh, Jindal Global University

14:00 Joint Discussion of four Presentations

Final Reflections and Goodbye Coffee


Prof. Dr. Helmut Aust

Freie Universität Berlin
FB Rechtswissenschaft
Van't-Hoff-Str. 8
14195 Berlin

Tel.: +49 30 83861731


Prof. Dr. Thomas Kleinlein

Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät
Carl-Zeiß-Straße 3
07743 Jena

Tel.: +49 3641 9-42201


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