Сrimean Crime – consequences for the international law and politics

Crimea`s annexation has caused a serious concern in Central and Eastern Europe. The Russian position toward international law and territorial integrity of its neighbours has become an urgent political, legal and research problem.

Crimea is now occupied by Russia - what are the legal ways out of this situation?  What can and cannot be expected from international law? Is an international order possible without international law?

We would like to start a discussion with the book "The Case of Crime's Annexation Under International Law", a new publication issued by the Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding, The Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Scholar Publishing House.


15:00-16:00 – I Panel: Occupation of Crimea – legal consequences

  • Dr Łukasz Adamski (moderator)
  • Prof. Władysław Czapliński, The Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences
  • Dr Natalia Hendel, Odessa I.I. Mechnikov State University
  • Prof. Dagmar Richter, University of Saarbruecken

16:05-17:30 II Panel: Crimea. Four years of lawlessness

  • Dr Ernest Wyciszkiewicz  (moderator)
  • Dr Sławomir Dębski, The Polish Institute of International Affairs
  • Prof. Volodymyr Dubovyk, The Centre for International Studies at the Odessa I.I. Mechnikov State University

Date: 15 October 2018 (Monday)
Venue: The House of Scientist, 4 Sabaneev Bridge street, Odessa
Languages: UA/EN


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