Ocean Law and Policy Research Positions Available

The Centre for International Law (CIL) recently secured a research grant from the Singapore Maritime Institute to expand its research programme in Oceans Law and Policy. The grant is for a term of three years beginning 21 April 2016. The project will focus on issues concerning the international regulation of shipping and governance of the marine environment. CIL is seeking to recruit two full-time researchers who are Singapore citizens or permanent residents with experience in law of the sea, maritime law, international law or environmental law. To find out more and apply for the positions, please click here.

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CIL News

First SMI Research Fellowship
CIL Non-resident Fellow Captain J. Ashley Roach was the first recipient of the Singapore Maritime Institute (SMI) Maritime Research Fellowship. MORE »
CIL Welcomes New Research Associate
CIL is delighted to welcome Hadyu Ikrami as a Research Associate. MORE »
CIL Welcomes New Research Associate
CIL is delighted to welcome Christine Sim as a Research Associate. MORE »
CIL Welcomes New Research Assistant
CIL is delighted to welcome Seraphina Chew as a Research Assistant. MORE »
CIL Welcomes New Research Associate
CIL is delighted to welcome Elsa Sardinha as a Research Associate in the IIL and IDR programmes. MORE »
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Research & Publications

CIL’S LATEST PUBLICATION:
Promoting Compliance: The Role of Dispute Settlement and Monitoring Mechanisms in ASEAN Instruments
by Robert Beckman, Leonardo Bernard, Hao Duy Phan, Tan Hsien-Li and Ranyta Yusran
Cambridge University Press, 2016
For details and ordering information, click here.
  • Commentary | By: M Ewing-Chow & M Vilarasau Slade
    “Policy Brief – Food Security and Trade: Can ASEAN Show the WTO a Way Forward?”
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  • Commentary | By: CIL Director Beckman
    “Can arbitration resolve the Sino-Philippines disputes? – A Reply”
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  • Commentary | By: Tara Davenport
    “Why China Shouldn’t Denounce UNCLOS” pdf-icon-small PDF
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  • Commentary | By: Prof Tommy Koh
    “Taking stock of Singapore-China ties – past, present and future” pdf-icon-small PDF
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  • Commentary | By: CIL Director Beckman
    “A reply to China’s stance on non-participation in South China Sea arbitration” pdf-icon-small PDF
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CIL Researchers’ Activities

Environmental Law Conference
CIL Director Beckman and Research Assistant Anjali Sugadev attended the Third Hamburg International Environmental Law Conference. MORE »
DEHUKAM International Workshop
CIL’s Dr Zhen Sun and Anjali Sugadev made presentations at the DEHUKAM International Workshop in Ankara, Turkey. MORE »
ILA British Branch Spring Conference
CIL’s Emily Choo was invited to present her paper at the ILA British Branch Spring Conference. MORE »
Structures in Tension
CIL’s Dr Tan Hsien-Li presented a paper and presentation at a workshop on Regional and Constitutional Structures in Tension. MORE »
IOs and the Rule of Law
CIL’s Dr Tan Hsien-Li presented a paper and presentation at a symposium on International Organisations and the Rule of Law: Perils and Promise. MORE »
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