Category: Volume 35

Economic Shifts in Michigan and China Dictate Need for Socially Responsible Businesses

Amy K. Bergstraesser, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Introduction The experience of large economic shifts often sparks the need for more […]

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Labor Rights Violations in Cambodia’s Garment Industry

Divya Taneja, Vol. 37 Business and Development Editor, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Last month, Human Rights Watch released a report […]

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How International Conventions Affect Incidence of Sexual Violence in Conflict Zones: An Israeli Case Study

Luca Winer, Vol. 37 Editor-in-Chief, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Violence against women and children is endemic in many conflict zones. […]

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Volume 35:4

Jeffrey R. Boles “The Two Faces of Bribery: International Corruption Pathways Meet Conflicting Legislative Regimes” Sam F. Halabi “Multipolarity, Intellectual […]

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The Alien Tort Statute and the Syrian Crisis

Anonymous, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Syria’s President Bashar Assad has engaged in a civil war with Syrian citizens since March […]

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Volume 35:3

Anjanette H. Raymond & Scott J. Shackelford Technology, Ethics, and Access to Justice: Should an Alogrithm be Deciding Your Case? […]

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The Long Arm of Justice: America’s Place in China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

Derek Turnbull, Vol. 36 Associate Editor As President Xi Jinping’s burgeoning anti-corruption campaign takes root in China, forcing government officials […]

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Volume 35:2

Paul Behrens The Law of Diplomatic Asylum—a Contextual Approach John D. Ciorciari & Anne Heindel Experiments in International Criminal Justice: […]

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The 1970 UNESCO Convention, as Implemented by Canada and the U.S.: Articulating Policy Norms

Elizabeth A. Beitler Vol. 37 Articles Editor Vol. 36 Associate Editor The law of cultural property and its repatriation is […]

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Valid Dismissal, or Rule by Decree? The Constitutionality of the Recent Dismissal of the Vice President of Sierra Leone

Nicholas Charles Ognibene, Vol. 36 Associate Editor In its brief post-independence history, Sierra Leone has experienced economic stagnation, brutal civil […]

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