Research

The researchers linked to the Center conduct research in a variety of areas (see also about us / fellows).


Ola Engdahl is currently researching on the use of force and coercion in the context of multinational peace operations and issues of liability under international law.

David Fisher examines the extraterritorial jurisdiction as a means to prosecute child sex tourism.

Par Hällstrom’s largest current project is a monograph on world trade law, in particular the WTO.

Mark Klamberg has three ongoing projects, namely one on drones and targeted killings, one fragmentation, socialization and change in international law and a commentary on international criminal law.

David Langlet is conducting a research project on the regulation of cross-border pipelines. In 2013 he will also work on issues of sustainability and trade, specifically on WTO rules relating to export quotas and tariffs in relation to environmental concerns in export restrictions on industrial minerals and rare earths.

Maria Sjöholm’s current research is concerned with how the European Court of Human Rights and the Inter-American Commission and Court of Human Rights have interpreted provisions relevant to women’s rights in the European Convention and the American Convention on Human rättigheter.

Said Mahmoudi’s ongoing research focuses on the relationship between Islam and international law.

Pål Wrange is finishing a book on “transitional justice” (transitional justice) in Uganda. His next project, on non-state actors and the use of force, which is financed by the Bank of Sweden Tercentenary Fund.