Category: Michigan Journal of International Law

Detention of Migrants in Panama: Panama’s Compliance with the Refugee and American Conventions, Examined through the Vélez Loor Case

Rachelle Linsenmayer Vol. 43 Associate Editor In recent months, Panama announced that, with the cooperation of Colombia, it plans to […]

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Always Left Looking Up

Kushagr Bakshi Vol. 43 Associate Editor On October 13, Blue Origin, an aerospace company founded by Jeff Bezos, sent its […]

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Evaluating the Future of Global Data Governance

Dihu Wu Vol. 43 Associate Editor As the world continues to grapple with the effects of COVID-19, the economic downturn […]

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Revisiting the International Community’s Relationship with North Korea’s Nuclear Program: The Transnational Legal Process

Ki Choi Vol. 43 Associate Editor In August 2021, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) published a report indicating that North […]

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Decolonization of International Law Note Competition

The Michigan Journal of International Law (MJIL) is pleased to announce a note competition on the decolonization of international law.  […]

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Xinjiang: the “New Frontier” of State-Sanctioned Torture

Max LeValley Vol. 41 Associate Editor The People’s Republic of China is exploiting the ambiguity of its international agreements to […]

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The Duque of Colombia: A Call for International Vocalization to Preserve Colombian Peace

Cameron Mullins Vol. 41 Associate Editor In 2016, following a contentious political process, a peace agreement ended the half-century-long conflict […]

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Trading Hands: Does the United States’ Transfer of Citgo to the Venezuelan Opposition Violate the Non-Intervention Principle?

Joshua Raftis Vol. 40 Associate Editor In January of this year, Juan Guaido, the President of Venezuela’s opposition-dominated National Assembly, […]

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The TPP Lives On: How Pacific Trade Persisted Without U.S. Involvement

Thomas Zahrt Vol. 40 Associate Editor Nearly two years ago, the United States withdrew from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).[1] As […]

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A Less Odious Alternative? A Comparison of Duress and the Doctrine of Odious Debts in the Context of Law Debenture PLC v. Ukraine

Eric Wendorf Vol. 40 Associate Editor Can public international law do a better job than private domestic law of adjudicating […]

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