Professor Milena Sterio participated as a panelist in a Symposium entitled “The New U.S. Recognition Policy” on December 16th. The Symposium was hosted by the Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University, and Professor Sterio discussed the U.S. recognition policy vis-a-vis the Golan Heights and Western Sahara. Professor Sterio will contribute a paper to the George Mason International Law Journal on the same topic in early 2022. The Symposium webpage is avaiable here: https://www.gmuilj.org/symposium-the-new-u-s-recognition-policy/
Professor Sterio also participated as a speaker in an event organized by the International Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association on the topic of Human Rigths Documentation on December 16th. Professor Sterio discussed best practices in human rights documentation, and she also focused on the recent human rights documentation efforts in Bangladesh, involving the Rohyngia refugees.
Professor Sterio moderated a panel discussion on December 17th, on the topic of The International Criminal Court: 20th Session of the Assembly of States Parties – Key Takeways from the PILPG Team. The panel discussion was hosted by the Public International Law and Policy Group. A recording of the panel discussion is available here: https://www.publicinternationallawandpolicygroup.org/asp-20-roundtable