Category: MJIL Online

A Solution Due South: Canada, Mexico, and Investor-State Arbitration in the U.S.M.C.A.

Ellen Aldin Vol. 41 Associate Editor Canada has a good argument that the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions present in […]

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International Climate Change Adjudication

Shubhangi Agarwalla Guest Editor, Legal Assistant to Prof. Dire Tladi at the UN International Law Commission Traditionally, the UN Climate […]

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More Problems with Wine Regulation in Canada

Mitchell LaCombe Vol. 41 Associate Editor In recent years, Canada has received multiple complaints from WTO members regarding provincial regulations […]

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How the United States Can Block the IMF’s Potential Move to China

Alexis Haddock Vol. 41 Associate Editor Among the many international organizations lies the powerful purse of the International Monetary Fund […]

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International Police Abuse: The Need for Stricter Data Guidelines at Interpol

Gabrielle Harwell Vol. 41 Associate Editor Background Transnational crime poses a significant and growing threat to national and international security. […]

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Federal Death Penalty: International Obligations and Extradition Agreements

Katherine Boothroyd Vol. 41 Associate Editor On Thursday, July 25, 2019, Attorney General William Barr announced that the United States […]

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Married for Life? Can and should NATO divorce itself from Turkey?

Jonathan Blaha Vol. 41 Associate Editor On October 6th, President Trump decided to remove United States military personnel and endorse […]

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Huawei and the Egg: Supply Chain Risk Management and International Law

Benjamin Schwartz Vol. 41 Associate Editor State Legislatures Always Know Best In 1955, the wise legislators of pre-state Hawaii took […]

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Recent Events in Sudan and the ICC: The Prosecutor v. Omar Al-Bashir

Naz Khan Guest Editor ICC Jurisdiction In Resolution 1564,[1] the U.N. Security Council (UNSC) requested the U.N. Secretary-General investigate reports […]

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Preserving Humanity’s History on the Moon

Matthew Thornburg Vol. 40 Associate Editor There is a problem on the moon, which concerns humanity’s very identity.  These high […]

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