Volume 37:4

Articles

Laurence R. Helfer and Ingrid B. Wuerth  
Customary International Law: An Instrument Choice Perspective // pdf // repository

Catherine Renshaw
Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia: Uncovering the Dynamics of State Commitment and Compliance // pdf // repository

Shana Tabak
Ambivalent Enforcement: International Humanitarian Law at Human Rights Tribunals // pdf // repository

Note

C. Elizabeth Bundy
Rescuing Policy and Terror Victims: A Concerted Approach to the Ransom Dilemma // pdf // repository

Volume 37:3

Articles

Tiyanjana Maluwa
Oil Under Troubled Waters?: Some Legal Aspects of the Boundary Dispute Between Malawi and Tanzania Over Lake Malawi // pdf // repository

Patrick J. Keenan
The Problem of Purpose in International Criminal Law // pdf // repository

Aravind Ganesh
The European Union’s Human Rights Obligations Towards Distant Strangers // pdf // repository

Note

Karima Tawfik
To Touch and Concern the United States with Sufficient Force: How American Due Process and Choice of Law Cases Inform the Reach of the Alien Tort Statute After Kiobel // pdf // repository

 

 

Volume 37:2

Colloquium

James C. Hathaway
Special Feature Seventh Colloquium on Challenges in International Refugee Law // pdf // repository

James C. Hathaway 
The Michigan Guidelines on Risk for Reasons of Political Opinion // pdf // repository

Catherine Dauvergne
Toward a New Framework for Understanding Political Opinion // pdf // repository

Article

Sharon Bassan
Shared Responsibility Regulation Model for Cross-Border Reproductive Transactions // pdf // repository

Volume 37:1

Articles

S.I. Strong
Reasoned Awards in International Commercial Arbitration: Embracing and Exceeding the Common Law-Civil Law Dichotomy// pdf // repository

Charles W. Mooney, Jr. 
A Framework for a Formal Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism: The Kiss Principle (Keep It Simple, Stupid) and Other Guiding Principles // pdf // repository

Odysseas G. Repousis
On Territoriality and International Investment Law: Applying China’s Investment Treaties to Hong Kong and Macao // pdf // repository

Note

Jesse W. Stricklan
Testing Constitutional Pluralism in Strasbourg: Responding to Russia’s “Gay Propaganda” Law // pdf // repository

Volume 36:4

Articles

Rochelle Dreyfuss and Susy Frankel
From Incentive to Commodity to Asset: How International Law is Reconceptualizing Intellectual Property // pdf // repository

Carlo Garbarino and Giulio Allevato
The Global Architecture of Financial Regulatory Taxes // pdf // repository

Note

David J. Stute
Privacy Almighty? The CJEU’s Judgment in Google Spain SL v. AEPD // pdf // repository

Volume 36:3

Speech

Steven R. Ratner
After Atrocity: Optimizing UN Action Toward Accountability for Human Rights Abuses // pdf

Articles

Annecoos Wiersema
Uncertainty, Precaution, and Adaptive Management in Wildlife Trade // pdf

Kevin Kolben
Dialogic Labor Regulation in the Global Supply Chain // pdf

Laurie R. Blank & Benjamin R. Farley
Identifying The Start of Conflict: Conflict Recognition, Operational Realities and Accountability in the Post-9/11 World // pdf

Volume 36:2

Articles

Nancy Amoury Combs
“From Presecutorial To Reparatory: A Valuable Post-Conflict Change Of Focus” // pdf

Richard Ashby Wilson
“Inciting Genocide With Words” // pdf

Notes

Ezekiel Rediker
“The Incitement Of Terrorism On The Internet: Legal Standards, Enforcement, And The Role Of The European Union” // pdf

Comments

Brian Libgober
“Can The EU Be A Constitutional System Without Universal Access To Judicial Review?” // pdf

Volume 36:1

Articles

J. Clifton Fleming, Jr., Robert J. Peroni & Stephen E. Shay
“Formulary Apportionment in the US International Tax System: Putting Lipstick on a Pig?” // pdf

Matthew C. Turk
“Reframing International Financial Regulation After the Global Financial Crisis: Rational States and Interdependence, Not Regulatory Networks and Soft Law” // pdf

Vassilis P. Tzevelekos
“Reconstructing the Effective Control Criterion in Extraterritorial Human Rights Breaches: Direct Attribution of Wrongfulness, Due Diligence, and Concurrent Responsibility” // pdf

Notes

Pauline Hilmy
“The International Human Rights Regime and Supranational Regional Organizations: The Challenge of the EU”// pdf

Volume 35:4

Jeffrey R. Boles
“The Two Faces of Bribery: International Corruption Pathways Meet Conflicting Legislative Regimes” // pdf

Sam F. Halabi
“Multipolarity, Intellectual Property, and the Internationalization of Public Health Law” // pdf

Dr. Daphné Richemond-Barak
“Can Self-Regulation Work? Lessons From the Private Security and Military Industry” // pdf

Seth Mohney (Student Note)
“The Great Power Origins of Human Rights” // pdf

Volume 35:3

Anjanette H. Raymond & Scott J. Shackelford
Technology, Ethics, and Access to Justice: Should an Alogrithm be Deciding Your Case? // pdf

Timothy Webster
Paper Compliance: How China Implements WTO Decisions // pdf

Meredith Kolsky Lewis & Andrew D. Mitchell
Food Miles: Environmental Protection or Veiled Protectionism? // pdf

Zackary L. Stillings (Student Note)
Human Rights and the New Reality of Climate Change: Adaptation’s Limitations in Achieving Climate Justice // pdf