She conducts research on the concept of ‘shared obligation’ in international law. Her research aims to uncover how we can understand the relationship between the sharing of an international obligation by multiple duty-bearers and the sharing of responsibility in international law.
Nataša joined the SHARES team in 2011 as a research assistant. She has an LL.M. in public international law from Utrecht University (2010, cum laude). She has worked as a legal intern at the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as a project officer at the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (www.hiil.org), and as a junior lecturer in public international law at Utrecht University and the University of Amsterdam.
Blogposts by Nataša Nedeski
- A shared obligation to negotiate (and achieve?) nuclear disarmament
- Facilitating drone strikes: sharing responsibility for sharing intelligence
- Clarifying the content of climate change mitigation obligations
- Addressing shared responsibility through the regulation of arms trade
- Providing weapons to Syria: a situation of shared responsibility?