Category: Volume 34

Ethiopia, its Land Laws and the Potential to Improve Lives

Rory Pulvino, Associate Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law The right of security of land tenure has vast implications for the possible improvement of those living in developing countries. This right has been interpreted as the right of every person and group to effective protection by the state against forced evictions, the possibility of selling […]

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Eurozone Politics

Alexandre Klidonas, Associate Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law As the Greek parliament continues to approve new austerity measures,[1] two political parties have emerged that advocate the abandonment of the euro currency.[2] Formed in May, the Drachma Five party has called for a return to the drachma,[3] the currency replaced by the euro in 2002.[4] […]

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UN resolution on Syria masks the real problem, the need to reform the Security Council veto

Melan Patel, Associate Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law The Security Council reached an agreement on what to do with Syria’s chemical weapons, avoiding yet another black mark on the institution.[i] It also bought some time for reform. Alas, we know from history that reform most likely will not occur, and the Security Council will […]

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Volume 34:4

Michigan Guidelines on the Exclusion of International Criminals // English | French Yossi Dahan, Hanna Lerner, & Faina Milman-Sivan Shared Responsibility and the International Labour Organization Keith A. Petty Humanity and National Security: The Law of Mass Atrocity Response Operations Jesse Medlong (Student Note) All Other Breaches: State Practice and the Geneva Conventions’ Nebulous Class of Less […]

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Volume 34:3

Scott P. Sheeran Under International Human Rights Law: Theory, Legal Doctrine, and Politics Mark A. Drumbl “She Makes Me Ashamed to be a Woman”: The Genocide Conviction of Pauline Nyiramasuhko, 2011 Laura Pedraza-Fariña Conceptions of Civil Society in International Lawmaking and Implementation: A Theoretical Framework Download Volume 34:3 at the Repository  

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Volume 34:2

Harlan Grant Cohen International Law’s Erie Moment Karen N. Scott International Law in the Anthropocene: Responding to the Geoengineering Challenge André Nollkaemper & Dov Jacobs Shared Responsibility in International Law: A Conceptual Framework Alexandra Link (Student Note) Trying Terrorism: Joint Criminal Enterprise, Material Support, and the Paradox of International Criminal Law Download Volume 34:2 at the Repository

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Volume 34:1

Omar M. Dajani Contractualism in the Law of Treaties Anna T. Katselas Do Investment Treaties Prescribe a Deferential Standard of Review? A Comparative analysis of the U.S. Administrative Procedure Act’s Arbitrary and Capricious Standard of Review and the Fair and Equitable Treatment and Arbitrary or Discriminatory Measures Treaty Standards Wentong Zheng Reforming Trade Remedies Stephen Rooke […]

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