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Water, Water, Everywhere, and Not a Drop to Drink: Transboundary Freshwater Management and Climate Change

Stephanie Zable Vol. 39 Articles Editor Mexico City is sinking.[1] So concludes a New York Times article detailing the implications […]

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Trump’s Withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Domestic Boost or Disaster?

Jenny Elkin Vol.  38 Associate Editor Upon election to the highest office in the United States, President Donald Trump launched […]

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Climate Change Refugees: Where to Look for Legal Protection

Rebecca Hughes Volume 38 Associate Editor The Arctic is having an unusually mild winter.  In February, the region experienced a […]

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Seeking Reform of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction

Alejandra Salmeron Vol. 39 Managing Editor Family law permeates many major contemporary international issues, yet it is rarely discussed alongside […]

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Enclave Projects: Negative Social Impacts and the Need for Law

Sam Han Vol. 38 Associate Editor Large international financial institutions (IFIs) have increasingly been experimenting with enclave projects over the […]

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Bringing Back Torture Wouldn’t Just Be A Mistake—It Would Be Illegal

Rachel Barr Vol. 38 Associate Editor After just a few weeks in office Donald Trump has already threatened to violate […]

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Shifting Tides: The Future of Globalization in an Era of Rising Populism

Adam Church Vol. 38 Associate Editor Over the past year, there have been numerous events indicating that populism is on […]

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A World in Flux: The Waning of International Cooperation and the Rise of Isolationism in the New Global Climate

Katrina Fetsch Vol. 38 Associate Editor In July 2016, the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in The Hague ruled against […]

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NATO Responsiveness to the Russian Cyber-Mедведь

Richard Self Vol. 38 Contributing Editor In mid-January, the U.S. military deployed the 3rd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry […]

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When the Security Council Fails to Intervene in Mass Atrocities, Who Else Can Act?

Seema Kassab Vol. 38 Associate Editor There is no clearer example of the failure of the UN to halt mass […]

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