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The LADIE, created in 2016 by the merger of two laboratories specializing in international law and European law, conducts research from a multidisciplinary and international perspective. The LADIE has built its expertise and reputation on the convergence of research in international and European law on issues of human security and development (in particular international security law, international humanitarian law, migrants' and refugees' rights, extended to cross-cutting issues relating to new risks and threats linked to the mutation of players and technologies, climate change and the increasing scarcity of resources). The LADIE also develops analyses of the movement of people and economic operations, both in terms of substantive and institutional law, and of the workings of international and European institutions, as well as their interdependent relationships in the face of circulatory phenomena. The law of the sea is also a long-standing focus of our work, which has now been extended to include research into the law of space.

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