Research Output per year
My main research interests lie in international natural resources law and the relation between international law, power, and politics. My Ph.D. project examines how practices of 'informal' international law-making govern how sovereignty over natural resources should be exercised. I use an interdisciplinary analytical perspective that combines insights of critical approaches to international law, constructivist international relations, and Foucaultian governmentality studies.
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Law, Master’s Degree, University of Amsterdam
Law, Bachelor’s Degree, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
- International Politics
- International Law
- Informal Law
- Natural Resources
International human rights law and its critics: Review of the book The twilight of human rights law? E. Posner, 2014Ooms, M., 2016, In : International Community Law Review. 18, 3-4, p. 353–369 17 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review › Other research output
East Timor and ors v Netherlands, Decision on admissibility, ILDC 2118 (NL 1980), (1992) 87 ILR 73, 21st February 1980, Netherlands; The Hague; District CourtBrölmann, C. & Ooms, M., 2014, (Oxford Reports on International Law: International Law in Domestic Courts; no. 2118)
Research output: Memorandum/exposition › Case note › Scientific