Category: MJIL Online

“Not Feminine Enough” for the Court of Arbitration of Sport

Emma Xu Vol. 41 Associate Editor No one could have known that a niche international arbitral tribunal headquartered in Lausanne, […]

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Between Two States: Adjudicating Human Rights Abuses in Occupied and Annexed Ukraine

Evan Harary Vol. 41 Associate Editor Russian incursion into Ukrainian territory—in the form of the annexation of Crimea and the […]

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Tax Havens and the High Seas

Reem El-Mehalawi Vol. 41 Associate Editor As the world becomes more globalized and connected, it is especially important to develop […]

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The Missing Link: Reinforcing the UN Convention on Transnational Organized Crime

Laura Boniface Vol. 41 Associate Editor Sicily, an island in the Mediterranean off the southwestern coast of Italy, is one […]

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South Africa Undermines Refugee Right to Human Dignity and Work

Cora Wright Vol. 41 Associate Editor On January 1st, 2020, South Africa significantly changed its refugee laws. However, these changes […]

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Turning Back a Tidal Wave of Tax Treaties

Wooyoung Lee Vol. 41 Associate Editor It is a wave that may be turning. Provisions for the exchange of information […]

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Cross-Pollination from International Human Rights Law to International Investment Law: Some Precautionary Reflections

Amanda Swenson Vol. 41 Associate Editor Investor state dispute settlement (ISDS) is an international legal proceeding whereby individuals and entities […]

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China, UK, and Their Sino-British Joint Declaration

Kay Li Vol. 41 Associate Editor This is the sixth month of the ongoing series of protests in Hong Kong, […]

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Principle Of Distinction Vis-a-Vis Artificial Intelligence: Beginning of a Bloodless Revolution?

Vijaya Singh Guest Editor Every technological innovation is accompanied by the good and the bad. Henry Rollins Introduction Technology has […]

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Fighting Foreign Corruption in a Global Competitive Economy: Re-thinking the Role of International Law

Axelle Vivien Vol. 41 Associate Editor For decades, the United States (“US”) was the main – and unique? – driving […]

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