Curtis FJ Doebbler

Curtis FJ Doebbler is a visiting professor of international law at the University of Makeni, Webster University (Geneva) and the Geneva School of Diplomacy and International Relations. He is attending the climate talks in Paris on behalf of International-Lawyers.Org, an UN ECOSOC accredited NGO.

No Immigrants Need Apply

COP23: Truth Without Consequences?

Why the United States’ Use of Force Against Syria Violates International Law

When Violence is Legal

Paris Climate Agreement Enters into Force, But is it the Beginning of the End?

Paris Climate Deal: How Could They Do This to Us?

Paris Agreement De-Legitimate Even Before It Is Concluded

Cochabamba: A Growing Hope

Climate Change: the Unfinished Agenda

The European Migration Crisis

A Precarious Moment for Africa

Measured Chaos for a Reason

The Lima Climate Summit: a Failure in All but Name

The Social PreCOP on Climate Change

American Hypocrisy on International Law

Caring More or Less About the Climate

Playing With Fire in Bonn

What Did Doha Do?

Hold the Bush Administration Accountable for Flauting International Law

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