Category: MJIL Blog

In re Vitamin C Litigation and the Level of Deference Accorded Foreign Governments in Interpreting Their Own Laws

In re Vitamin C Litigation and the Level of Deference Accorded Foreign Governments in Interpreting Their Own Laws

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author only. Anna Rasmussen Vol. 39 Associate Editor […]

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It Starts with a Name: The Importance of Labeling the Violence Against the Rohingya as “Genocide”

It Starts with a Name: The Importance of Labeling the Violence Against the Rohingya as “Genocide”

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors only. Nadia Alhadi Vol. 39 Managing Articles […]

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Financing of Terrorism: The Problem of Secrecy

Financing of Terrorism: The Problem of Secrecy

Thomas Bourneuf Vol. 39 Associate Editor Terrorist financing is the process by which terrorists fund their operations in order to […]

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A U.S. Tradition of Violating International Refugee Law: The “Muslim” Travel Ban and Dilution of the UN Refugee Convention

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors only. Maya Jacob Vol. 40 Managing Editor, […]

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How to Confront China: Economic Espionage and the WTO

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors only. Robert Kuhn Vol. 40 Articles Editor […]

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Gibraltar in the Wake of Brexit: Unpacking the Spanish Veto

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors only. Hunter Davis Vol. 39 Notes Editor […]

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Principal Purpose Test Needs Time

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors only. Chul Hun Lee* Vol. 39 Associate […]

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How the Democratization of Myanmar Exacerbated Systemic Oppression of Rohingyas, and How the International Community Should Step In

Sarah Syed Vol. 39 Associate Editor Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, has been under close watch for its human rights […]

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When Google Trends on Google: EU Commission Slaps Search Engine Giant with Antitrust Fine

Sara Stappert Vol. 39 Associate Editor June 27, 2017 was a dark day for tech giant Google as European Union […]

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Cybersecurity, Privacy, and the International Legal Landscape

Gianluca Scaglione Vol. 39 Associate Editor Now more than ever, privacy and its cybersecurity dimension demand increased attention. As digital […]

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