Author: Cora Wright

International Law Implications of the JCPOA: Where Do We Go From Here?

Daniel Toubman Vol. 42 Executive Editor I. Introduction and Background The American withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action […]

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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, […]

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What Nestle & Cargill v. Doe Means for International Corporate Responsibility

Michelle Mealer Vol. 42 Associate Editor Examples abound of US companies either directly or indirectly abetting human rights violations within […]

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Should They Go Back? Problems of International Law and the Elgin Marbles

Abby Rose Vol. 42 Associate Editor Sitting on top of the Acropolis, the highest point in Athens, the Parthenon is […]

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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 […]

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The Wrath of a Pandemic: A Call to Expand R2P in Response to Covid-19

Nadia Jeiroudi Vol. 42 Associate Editor As the Covid-19 virus has made its presence known with over two million deaths […]

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Decolonization of International Law Note Competition

The Michigan Journal of International Law (MJIL) is pleased to announce a note competition on the decolonization of international law.  […]

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Ignorance of Islam in European Approach to Contract Law

Grace Brody Vol. 42 Executive Editor Much has been made of the recent rise of Islamophobia in Europe, and rightly […]

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Filling the Void: Why Existing International Law Is Not Suited to Mitigating Space Debris

Michael Williams Vol. 42 Associate Editor Space and the sea have long been paralleled, each seen as a type of […]

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Extending Universal Jurisdiction to Corporate Human Rights Violations

Zoe Goldstein Vol. 42 Associate Editor Although a number of tools exist to hold individuals criminally accountable for human rights […]

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