Category: Michigan Journal of International Law

And Then There Were None: How Libyan Coast Guard’s Harassment of NGO Search & Rescue Vessels Violates UNCLOS

Chris Opila Vol. 40 Associate Editor Since 2014, more than 17,500 refugees and economic immigrants have drowned or otherwise died […]

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Et Tu, Facebook?

Tyler J. Owen Vol. 40 Executive Editor “Many people say data is the new oil—the oil of the twenty-first century. […]

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Great Britain’s Cake Off: ECtHR Edition

Camille Valdes Reyes Vol. 40 Associate Editor Since the 1980s, the European Court of Human Rights (“ECtHR” or “the Court”) […]

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The Role of the European Union in the Dissolution of the Appellate Body Crisis

Vivian Daniele Rocha Gabriel Vol. 40 Guest Editor One of the most considerable challenges for the survival of the World […]

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After Jesner v. Arab Bank: Looking Beyond the Alien Tort Statute to Hold Foreign Corporations Accountable

Jason Raymond Vol. 40 Associate Editor A few months ago, in Jesner v. Arab Bank, the United States Supreme Court […]

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The Problem of Legal Inequality between States: A Case Study of the Marshall Islands

Annemarie Smith-Morris Vol. 40 Associate Editor In the mid-twentieth century, the United States conducted sixty-seven nuclear tests in the Republic […]

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Fines under EU GDPR in non-EU jurisdictions: Enforceable or Mere Reputation Risk?

Mostafa Al Khonaizi Vol. 40 Executive Editor It has been five months since the execution of the European Union’s General […]

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UNDRIP Drop: How Canada and the United States are Failing to Meet their International Obligations to Tribes

Madison Kavanaugh Vol. 40 Associate Editor The United States and Canada endorsed the United Nations Declaration for Rights of Indigenous […]

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Iraq’s Obligations to Fight Corruption

Troy Epstein Vol. 40 Associate Editor For decades, the people of Iraq existed under the thumb, gaze, and sword of […]

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Selling Out Sovereignty: Lessons from the Greek Debt Crisis

Michael Goodyear Vol. 40 Executive Editor On August 20, 2018, Greece emerged from its third bailout.[1] The Greek debt crisis […]

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