Last month, Thomas Jefferson School of Law Professor William Slomanson returned from a two week visit to the Islamic University of Indonesia (Yogyakarta) and Atma Jaya Catholic University (Jakarta).
Yogyakarta is Indonesia's University City. It hosts more than 100 colleges and universities. Slomanson presented a short course entitled US Perspectives on International Law in Yogyakarta. He also lectured on the Crimean Secession in International Law at both universities. He considers the Crimean secession a particularly perilous example of the half-dozen oblasts which unilaterally declared independence since the Soviet Union's demise.
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