Europe Shoots to Badly Injure MFN Clauses in Investment Treaties: Latest Developments in the E.U. and the U.K.
Ivan Levy Columbia Law School LL.M. Introduction In investment treaties, most favored nation (MFN) clauses commit contracting parties to treating […]
Daniel Liberman Vol. 42 Associate Editor The International Criminal Court (the “ICC” or the “Court”) was established by the Rome […]
Bridget Grier Vol. 42 Executive Editor Introduction International law, specifically the Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials, prohibits discrimination […]
WADA v. RUSADA: An Analysis of the Principle of Proportionality in the Court of Arbitration for Sport
Cira Danda Vol. 42 Associate Editor In 2016, Grigory Rodchenkov, the former head of Russia’s national anti-doping laboratory, exposed an […]
Daniel Toubman Vol. 42 Executive Editor I. Introduction and Background The American withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action […]
After the Ceasefire in the Caucuses: Can International Law Protect Cultural Heritage in Nagorno-Karabakh?
Gregory Momjian Vol. 42 Associate Editor On November 9, 2020, Armenia and Azerbaijan signed a ceasefire agreement, brokered by Russia, […]
Michelle Mealer Vol. 42 Associate Editor Examples abound of US companies either directly or indirectly abetting human rights violations within […]
Abby Rose Vol. 42 Associate Editor Sitting on top of the Acropolis, the highest point in Athens, the Parthenon is […]
Filling the Gap: How an International Land and Environmental Court Could Provide Remedies to Project-Affected Communities
Camelia Metwally Vol. 42 Associate Editor As businesses around the world contribute to human rights abuses and the environmental degradation […]
Nadia Jeiroudi Vol. 42 Associate Editor As the Covid-19 virus has made its presence known with over two million deaths […]