Kathryn Greenman is a PhD candidate in the SHARES Project (since 2013).
Topic: The International Responsibility of Rebel Movements
Her research seeks to explore, from a critical perspective, the significance of recent trends in international law and practice in respect of rebel movements. She is interested in the relationship between international law and imperialism, critical international legal history, and feminist and postcolonial approaches to international law.
Blogposts by Kathryn Greenman
- Costa Rica and Nicaragua: A Tale of Two Rivers, Four Court Cases, Concessions and a Canal
- The Honduran presidential elections: democracy – a shared responsibility?