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Dapo Akande was questioned by the UK Parliament's Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee on the laws governing treaty-making, alongside other experts in international law.
Martin Wolf selects his best mid-year reads and includes 'Gambling on Development: Why Some Countries Win and Others Lose' by Stefan Dercon.
Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenzky has been talking recently about Russia's obligation to pay compensation for damage caused to Ukraine as a result of Russia's aggression.
Why do some developing countries prosper, while others fail? Stefan Dercon’s new book "may come as close as any to answering this critical question", writes the FT’s Africa editor David Pilling.
Stefan Dercon, Professor of Economic Policy at the Blavatnik School, discussed his recent book in the in the first episode of the second season of Youth Policy Forum's flagship dialogue series "Talking Policies with Dr Akhtar Mahmood".
A review of Stefan Dercon's book on why some countries prosper while others remain poor.
Stefan Dercon speaks to David Pilling, Africa Editor of the FT, about his latest book Gambling on Development, which attempts to explain why some countries stay poor while others find a rapid path towards growth and development.
Dapo Akande, Professor of Public International Law at the Blavatnik School, comments on whether Russia's actions in Ukraine constitute war crimes.