Category: MJIL Blog

Moving Toward an Artificial Intelligence Treaty

Julian McIntosh Vol. 42 Associate Editor Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) has proliferated at a breakneck pace, with the United States […]

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Can FIFA Kick its Human Rights Abuses?

Lorena Balic Vol. 42 Associate Editor The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (“FIFA”), the world’s governing soccer body, is notorious […]

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Finding Protection for Refugee Culture in International Law

James Moser, Jr. Vol. 42 Associate Editor Humanitarian crises that provoke refugee crises also may impact the survivability of the […]

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When All Else May Fail: ECtHR’s Granting of Interim Measures in Armenia v. Azerbaijan and Armenia v. Turkey

Rachelle Kredentser Vol. 42 Associate Editor A common critique of international law and intervention, especially in cases of human rights […]

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The Plight of the Pollinators

Alec Richards Vol. 42 Associate Editor Across the world, honeybees are dying out – and no one knows why.  Colony […]

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Datautarky: The Near-Future of Data Protectionism

Joe Fiorile Vol. 42 Associate Editor Data is likely to soon be subjected to protective trade barriers, not unlike those […]

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FCPA and Foreign Policy: A Brief Analysis of the China Initiative, and Why FCPA Enforcement is a Poor Foreign Policy Stick

Tiffany Chung Vol. 42 Associate Editor Explicitly politically targeted anti-corruption enforcement is contrary to American OECD convention obligations. However, in […]

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Will the U.S. Extradite Michael & Peter Taylor to Japan?

Christopher Zepf Vol. 42 Associate Editor A federal judge ruled in early September, 2020, that former Green Beret Michael Taylor, […]

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The Importance and Troubles of the TRIPS Agreement When Applied to Cross National Interactions

Amanda Ibrahim Vol. 42 Associate Editor Your new Instagram post, the Hot 100’s playlist you’re streaming on your device right […]

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The Fight for Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang: Why Economic Sanctions Are Not Enough

Tina Al-khersan Vol. 42 Associate Editor Human Rights Abuses in XUAR Since the mid to late 1900s, the Chinese government […]

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