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The Catalan Case for Cutting ties with Castilla: Convincing or Quixotic?

Jack Heise Vol. 39 Associate Editor If Carles Puigdemont, President of the Generalitat de Catalunya, gets his way, Barcelona will […]

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Volume 38:1

Articles Damjan Kukovec Economic Law, Inequality, and Hidden Hierarchies on the EU Internal Market // pdf // repository Lan Cao Currency […]

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Reports on the Syrian Arab Republic

Katrin Cassidy-Ginsberg Vol. 39 Contributing Editor On March 1, 2017, the Independent International Commission of Inquiry on the Syrian Arab […]

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Freedom of Movement

Cite as: James C. Hathaway, The Michigan Guidelines on Refugee Freedom of Movement, 39 Mich. J. Int’l L. 1 (2017). THE […]

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A Snapshot of the Status of the UK’s Bilateral Investment Treaties and Related International Arbitration After Brexit

Jose-Ignacio Saldana Vol. 39 Notes Editor The exit of the UK from the EU has raised concerns amongst foreign investors […]

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Withdrawals from the Rome Statute: Continuing the saga of institutional (il)legitimacy

Francis Tom Temprosa LLM Candidate & Clyde Alton DeWitt Fellow The recent series of expressions to withdraw from the Rome […]

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Aggression, from Cyber-Attacks to ISIS: Why International Law Struggles to Adapt

Albi Kocibelli Vol. 39 Editor In Chief Ius ad bellum and the notion of aggression have been a ‘yin yang’ […]

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South Korean and Japanese Diplomatic Crisis over Comfort Women Statue

Andrew Fletcher Vol. 39 Production Editor In January 2017, Japan recalled its ambassador to South Korea. This latest setback in […]

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Microsoft Wants a Digital Geneva Convention

Salam Sheikh-Khalil Vol. 39 Contributing Editor Microsoft just called for a monumental shift in international law—at a conference for coders […]

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From Compulsion to Cooperation: The Importance of the Local in a Global World

Lakshmi Gopal Vol. 39 Managing Online Content Editor Trends in electoral politics in nations across the world have given political […]

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