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LCIL International Law Seminar Series

Cambridge University

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The Lauterpacht Centre for International Law is the scholarly home of International law at the University of Cambridge. The Centre, founded by Sir Elihu Lauterpacht QC in 1983, serves as a forum for the discussion and development of international law and is one of the specialist law centres of the Faculty of Law. The Centre holds weekly lectures on topical issues of international law by leading practitioners and academics. For more information see the LCIL website at http://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/
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Lauren Chen and Andrew Wilson recently had a debate/dialogue on topics relating to marriage, the redpill, Nala, and the role of government and Christians in these various arenas. Jacob plays segments from the debate and points out areas of agreement & disagreement with both Lauren & Andrew. Should Christians be concerned about policies and prescrip…
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Lecture summary: A growing body of interdisciplinary scholarship explores overlaps and interactions among different normative and institutional branches of international law. This lecture contributes to this scholarship through a case study of relations among international organizations in the mid-1960s, when several emerging political fault lines …
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Here is the summary for the original livestream promotion: "Tonight I will be having a conversation with C.Jay Engel. C.Jay is the host of the Chronicles Magazine Podcast. Chronicles is a Magazine of American Culture, & is a political and literary journal providing an independent voice on the right. It is published by Charlemagne Institute. C.Jay h…
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Join us for an livestream episode of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, where host Jacob Winograd sits down with Kyle Anzalone, news editor at the Libertarian Institute and co-host of Conflicts of Interest. We'll dive into the pressing issues of Israel's recent military actions in Gaza, as highlighted in Kyle's latest article, 'Israel Begins Invasion of…
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Lecture summary: In 2015, the United States military dropped a bomb on a hospital in Afghanistan run by Médecins Sans Frontières, killing forty-two staff and patients. Testifying afterwards before a Senate Committee, General John F. Campbell explained that “[t]he hospital was mistakenly struck.” In 2019, while providing air support to partner force…
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Episode Overview: In this episode, Jacob Winograd engages in an insightful discussion with Aaron Harris, the chair of the Mises Caucus, exploring the strategic intricacies and the ideological stances within the Libertarian Party. The conversation delves into the Mises Caucus's approach, the tension between radicalism and pragmatism within the party…
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In this episode we engage in a serious and thought-provoking discussion on the delicate interplay between Christian theology and political ideology. How should Christians navigate the often murky waters of political engagement? Our knowledgeable guests provide deep insights into this complex issue. Can the Bible reliably inform our understanding of…
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Episode Summary: In this episode of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, Clint Russell discusses the inefficiencies and inherent evils within state operations, particularly through the lens of Austrian Economics. He critiques the manipulation of interest rates by the Federal Reserve, detailing how these actions lead to economic bubbles and subsequent cras…
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I sit down with Rhesa Browning to discuss Biblical prophecy and eschatology, exploring how different interpretations come about, and yet also how we can come to the same conclusions on issues such as war, Israel, and libertarian political theory despite these differences. Rhesa earned a BS in Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Aus…
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Key Themes: Updates and Projects at Libertarian Christian Institute (LCI): The discussion highlighted various ongoing and upcoming projects, including live streams and various podcasts under LCI, aimed at integrating faith with liberty. Christian Nationalism: The conversation extensively covered the theme of Christian nationalism, its definitions, …
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Lecture summary: This lecture examines the treatment of marine genetic resources (MGR) in the negotiations and the text of the new Treaty on Biodiversity Beyond National Jurisdiction (BBNJ). The Treaty provides a coherent governance framework for MGR including an unexpected techno-fix to the most longstanding problem of biodiversity governance, som…
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Episode Overview: In this episode, Jacob Winograd hosts Brian Nichols to discuss the criticisms surrounding Javier Milei from various libertarian perspectives. They delve into the distinctions between libertarian factions and how these differences influence their views on Milei's presidency in Argentina. Key Topics Discussed: Criticism from Liberta…
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Introduction: Jacob Winograd welcomes listeners to a new episode of the Biblical Anarchy podcast, featuring guest Joshua Smith, who is running for the Libertarian Party's presidential nomination. The episode dives into Joshua's campaign themes, personal stories, and his views on Christian libertarianism. Key Topics Discussed: Joshua's Presidential …
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Key Themes Explored: Anarchy and Unity: Jeremiah emphasizes the importance of unity across different anarchist schools to prevent societal division. Discussion about the misrepresentation and general misunderstanding of anarchy, emphasizing that it does not advocate chaos but rather a structured, rule-based society without oppressive governance. Go…
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Tonight at 7:30 I will be joined by Lisa Watson (@WatsonSpeaking) host of the School's Out podcast with the Herzog Foundation. We will be discussing her journey from the left, her experiences in education and why Christians need to begin reconsidering their relationship with the public school system & role in the raising of children and steering of…
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Tonight I will be talking with Libertarian Party chairwoman Angela McArdle. The LP has a lot going on, and the National convention is right around the corner. I will be talking with Angela about everything that's transpired in her first term & what craziness comes with politicsLibertarian Christian Institute
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Dr Rectenwald joins the show to discuss his campaign to seek the Libertarian Party's nomination for POTUS. Jacob and Rec spoke last year shortly after he announced, & since then he has had to overcome quite a bit of adversity, both professionally and personally. They will discuss the campaign so far, the issues Rec thinks are most pressing this ele…
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In this LCI Greenroom edition of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast, I am joined by Kyle Matovcik of the "In Liberty & Health" podcast to discuss Candace Owens's departure from The Daily Wire and react to Andrew Klavan's comments towards Candace & alleged anti-semitism. Is Andrew right, or is this just identity politcs/cancel culture on the right? Watch …
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Jacob Winograd & Doug Stuart sit down with Spike Cohen, former LP Vice Presidential nominee & founder of You Are the Power, & Kerry Baldwin from LCI and Mere Liberty, to discuss the state of the liberty movement across the world. Are things just getting worse? Is libertarianism unpopular and largely rejected in the world today? Is liberty making an…
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Lecture summary: From European colonialism to the ‘post’colonial constellation, modern international law has developed in parallel with the changing legal forms of industrialised countries’ access to the natural resources of the global South. Following this development, we can see how imperial environmentalism was translated to the transnational la…
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The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture was given by Prof Beth Simmons, U…
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The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture was given by Prof Beth Simmons, U…
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The Hersch Lauterpacht Memorial Lecture is an annual three-part lecture series given in Cambridge to commemorate the unique contribution to the development of international law of Sir Hersch Lauterpacht. These lectures are given annually by a person of eminence in the field of international law. This year's lecture was given by Prof Beth Simmons, U…
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In this Christians For Liberty Network in-house conversation, Jacob Winograd of Biblical Anarchy will be going live with Alex Bernardo of the Protestant Libertarian Podcsst to discuss the misconceptions Christians have about the kingdom of God, and the commonality between Christian progressives and Christian nationalists. It'll be reflection as wel…
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Listen in to a live recording of the Biblical Anarchy Podcast. Jacob will be interviewing Dr Preston Sprinkle on his newest book Exiles: The Church in the Shadow of Empire. They will talk about what it means for Christians to live viewing Christ as their king, and what implications that has living in the world and the current political climate.…
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This is the audio of a livestream hosted by Jacob Winograd and Matthew Bellis who were joined by special guest Dave Smith. The three discussed the libertarian debates/divisions surrounding the issues of borders, public property, & how we advocate for a more libertarian society.Libertarian Christian Institute
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Today, we delve into topics of great consequence with the esteemed Kyle Anzalone from Antiwar.com and the Libertarian Institute. Kyle Anzalone is a seasoned voice in the realm of libertarian journalism and a dedicated advocate for peace. As the news editor for the Libertarian Institute, which was founded around 2015-2016 by Scott Horton, Kyle has b…
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In this LCI Greenroom livestream, we tackle the complex issue of Israel's war in Gaza through a distinctly libertarian lens. Doug Stuart moderates a discussion between our guests, Jack Lloyd and Jacob Winograd, as we peel back the layers of geopolitics, ideology, and the human impact of conflict. We confronted the harsh realities of war, explored t…
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We're thrilled to bring you the riveting first episode of our LCI Green Room series — a space where unscripted dialogues thrive and profound insights unfold. Host Jacob sits down with the multifaceted Matt Erikson, host of the Kingpilled podcast, inviting you to a conversation that promises to stretch the fabric of your thoughts and perhaps, even y…
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Welcome to the LCI Green Room, a brand new audio feed from the Libertarian Christian Institute as part of the Christians for Liberty network. This feed will feature live-stream debates, interviews, and free-form conversations that offer long-form content for our audience. You can expect to hear from various libertarian voices, round tables, debates…
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Lecture summary: This research examines international law’s longstanding entanglement with communications infrastructure. There is increasing concern regarding the rise of private global power in the form of global digital platforms and their model of information capitalism. This paper responds by focusing on historical connections between internat…
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Lecture summary: In this talk, Lucas Lixinski examines the erasure of Indigenous perspectives from the literature on the turn to history in international law. Considering the turn to history’s promise to offer alternative imaginations by recovering history, it is somewhat surprising and disappointing that so much of this turn is narrated from the p…
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Lecture summary: After the conclusion of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and the entry into force of its Article 108, the subject of maritime crimes has experienced many important developments. Indeed, at present, States have to deal with criminal actions which did not exist in the classical International Law of the Sea. Relevan…
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The LCIL and Cambridge International Law Journal (CILJ) are pleased to invite you to the LCIL-CILJ Annual LectureLecture summary: Recent pathbreaking trade agreements empower trade policymakers to target foreign companies in novel ways and to police corporate due diligence in global supply chains rather than seek to change foreign government behavi…
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Lecture summary: For better or for worse, the ‘English school’ or ‘British tradition’ of international law has eluded systematization or definition. The lecture pursues the argument that it is possible to identify clear synergies in the mainstream legal method of British international lawyers, focusing on British approaches to the doctrine of self-…
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Lecture summary: The Energy Charter Treaty was concluded in 1994 on the assumption that fossil fuels could continue to be used for the foreseeable future. This article examines how ECT contracting parties can now withdraw from this treaty for climate change reasons without being subject to its 'sunset' clause, which protects existing investments fo…
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Lecture Summary: This lecture will discuss recent developments in the UN Climate Regime, focusing in particular on the mismatch between the increasing emphasis on temperature goals and target-setting under the Paris Agreement and its treatment of equity and fairness in delivering these goals and targets.Lavanya Rajamani is a Professor of Internatio…
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