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

Volume 35:2

Paul Behrens
The Law of Diplomatic Asylum—a Contextual Approach // pdf

John D. Ciorciari & Anne Heindel
Experiments in International Criminal Justice: Lessons from the Khmer Rouge Tribunal // pdf

Eric Talbot Jensen
The Future of the Law of Armed Conflict: Ostriches, Butterflies, and Nanobots // pdf

Brenton Kinker (Student Note)
An Evaluation of the Prospects for Successful Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities in the Islamic World // pdf

Volume 35:1

Special Feature

James C. Hathaway
“Introduction to the Sixth Colloquium on Challenges in International Refugee Law” // pdf

Sixth Colloquium Participants
“Michigan Guidelines on the Exclusion of International Criminals” // English | French

Jennifer Bond
“Principled Exclusions: A Revised Approach to Article 1(F)(A) of the Refugee Convention” // pdf

 Articles

Jens David Ohlin
“Targeting and the Concept of Intent” // pdf

Uche Ewelukwa Ofodile
“Africa-China Bilateral Investment Treaties: A Critique” // pdf

Student Note

Ezekiel Rediker
“Courts of Appeal and Colonialism in the British Caribbean: A Case for the Caribbean Court of Justice” // pdf