- The book in discussion can be found on the publisher’s website. (Italian language only)
Paolo Bargiacchi, Background
Dr. Paolo Bargiacchi is Professor of International Law and of International Law of Armed Conflicts at ‘Kore’ University of Enna (http://www.unikore.it) , Faculty of Economic and Legal Sciences (formerly Faculty of Law), where he also has taught International Human Rights. He was Professor of European Union Law at the University of Palermo, Faculty of Law (2003-2008) and Professor of European Law and International Law at the University of Messina, Faculty of Political Sciences (2005-2009). He also has been Professor of International Law and European Union Law at the Home Affairs Ministry’s Advanced School for Police Forces (Rome, Italy). Professor Bargiacchi is a Corresponding Editor to International Legal Materials. He is the author also of A Contribution to the Study of Political and Legal Aspects of International Order (2003) and The Reform of the United Nations Security Council (2005), as well as co-author (with Professor Augusto Sinagra) of A Treatise on International Law (2009) which is used as a textbook in several Italian universities for Public International Law courses. All of these works are published by Giuffré Editore, the leading Italian publisher. His current research interests include the Libyan war, the Libyan case before the International Criminal Court, and the status of refugees, displaced persons and migrants in International Law and European Union Law.
Recorded October 2012