On 25 March 2022, Dr Wim Muller, Assistant Professor of Public International Law, gave a seminar for graduate students of the Masters of European Integration on «China’s quest for «discourse power» and the future of liberalism in international law».

Dr Muller’s teaching and research interests include public international law, the law of armed conflict, human rights, international criminal law, international dispute settlement, and the politics of international law, especially regional approaches to international law.

The seminar tackled many relevant topics related to the interpretation of «liberalism» by Chinese legal order and the compatibility of such concept with the international law.

The seminar took place in Graus room of the Law Faculty at 12:00 CET and it was followed by a Q&A session.