Category: Past Issues

Europe’s Clean Energy Ambitions: Revolution or Evolution?

Lucas Minich Vol. 39 Associate Editor Over the last several years, the European Union has emerged as a worldwide leader […]

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Rubin and Exceptions to Attachment Immunity

Anna Rasmussen Vol. 40 Executive Editor Rubin et al. v. Islamic Republic of Iran et al. is a recent case […]

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It’s Time to Change the Way We Talk About Refugees

Zachary Simon Vol. 39 Associate Editor Anyone watching the peaceful protests in the Syrian towns of Homs, Aleppo, and others […]

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The Battle of Britain: The Post-Brexit Regulatory Landscape in the United Kingdom

Thomas Bourneuf VOL. 39 ASSOCIATE EDITOR Introduction As the United Kingdom (UK) prepares to leave the European Union (EU), a […]

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Indicting Russia: The International Arc of Mueller’s Investigation

Sara Stappert Vol. 39 Business and Development Editor The United States Department of Justice charged thirteen Russian individuals and three Russian […]

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The Implications of Xi Jinping’s Power Grab

Jens Thomsen Vol. 39 Associate Editor On February 25, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) moved to abolish the constitutional term […]

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Can Beijing Justify the Mass Eviction of Migrant Workers After the Deadly Fire?

Can Beijing Justify the Mass Eviction of Migrant Workers After the Deadly Fire?

Xiangyu Ouyang Vol. 39 Associate Editor In his New Year’s address this year, Chinese President Xi Jinping said his heart […]

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Hitmen & Heroes: Why International Extradition Law Should Frame Considerations of Terrorism in International Refugee Law

Erin Hoya Vol. 39 Associate Editor Emotions can provide valuable data by which to assess options. On the other hand, […]

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Qatar, Migrants Laborers, and the ILO

Ian Marshall Sander Vol. 40 Articles Editor Introduction: In 2010, FIFA awarded hosting duties for the 2022 World Cup to […]

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In re Vitamin C Litigation and the Level of Deference Accorded Foreign Governments in Interpreting Their Own Laws

In re Vitamin C Litigation and the Level of Deference Accorded Foreign Governments in Interpreting Their Own Laws

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author only. Anna Rasmussen Vol. 39 Associate Editor […]

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