TLAXCALA تلاكسكالا Τλαξκάλα Тлакскала la red internacional de traductores por la diversidad lingüística le réseau international des traducteurs pour la diversité linguistique the international network of translators for linguistic diversity الشبكة العالمية للمترجمين من اجل التنويع اللغوي das internationale Übersetzernetzwerk für sprachliche Vielfalt a rede internacional de tradutores pela diversidade linguística la rete internazionale di traduttori per la diversità linguistica la xarxa internacional dels traductors per a la diversitat lingüística översättarnas internationella nätverk för språklig mångfald شبکه بین المللی مترجمین خواهان حفظ تنوع گویش το διεθνής δίκτυο των μεταφραστών για τη γλωσσική ποικιλία международная сеть переводчиков языкового разнообразия Aẓeḍḍa n yemsuqqlen i lmend n uṭṭuqqet n yilsawen dilsel çeşitlilik için uluslararası çevirmen ağı

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 Ioannis Kalpouzos Ιωάννης Καλπούζος 
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Ioannis Kalpouzos Ιωάννης Καλπούζος
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Ioannis Kalpouzos Ιωάννης Καλπούζος


Dr Kalpouzos is Lecturer in Law and co-convener of the International Law and Global Affairs Group at City Law School, London. Before he joined City, Dr Kalpouzos taught at the University of Exeter and the University of Nottingham, where he obtained his PhD (2011). He has also been a Visiting Professor at the University of Notre Dame.

Dr Kalpouzos is a Member of the Athens Bar (Greece) and he is the co-founder of the Global Legal Action Network (GLAN), a non-profit organisation bringing together legal practitioners, investigative journalists and academics to pursue innovative transnational legal actions. He is the book review editor of the Journal of Conflict and Security Law.

Dr Kalpouzos’ research is in the law of armed conflict, international criminal law and the law on the use of force. His research focuses on the role of non-state armed groups in international law, particularly in the context of ‘new wars’; on law and new technologies of war, particularly their influence on asymmetry in conflict and the influence of increasingly autonomous weapons; and on international criminal law and ‘banal’ or ‘structural’ criminality. He was awarded a Harvard Law School Institute of Global Law and Policy collaborative grant for his research on Law and Technologies of War.




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