A two-day conference on the international legal order and economics of international dispute resolution as they relate to Small and Micro States.
The conference will examine how Small States influence international law and global decision-making, including a review of the common challenges faced and a comparative assessment of the different approaches to international law. It will also consider the particular financial vulnerability of Small States and the economic issues they face when confronted with international disputes. Speakers and delegates will discuss possible strategies and solutions to address these issues.
49 Park Lane
London, W1K 1PS, UK