Category: Volume 36

Breaking the Ice: What Happens to Legal Claims in the Arctic if Global Sea Levels Rise?

Breaking the Ice: What Happens to Legal Claims in the Arctic if Global Sea Levels Rise?

Christopher Balch Vol. 37 Associate Editor Although only the tip of the iceberg of a much larger problem, the rise […]

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Reprisals: Why Defenders Need Defending

Reprisals: Why Defenders Need Defending

Tania Morris Diaz Vol. 37 Associate Editor Ordinarily, the term ‘reprisal’ is used to refer to a State’s deliberate violation […]

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FATF Recommendations: Becoming Soft Law

FATF Recommendations: Becoming Soft Law

Michael Pucci Vol. 37 Associate Editor In his 2009 article in Foreign Policy, Moisés Naím popularizes the concept of minilateralism, […]

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Baseball Diplomacy: Impact of Major League Baseball on the Cuban Embargo and Emigration

Baseball Diplomacy: Impact of Major League Baseball on the Cuban Embargo and Emigration

Daniel Mooney Vol. 37 Associate Editor Reports indicate that United States and Cuban officials and Major League Baseball have been […]

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Political Violence in Burundi: Human Dignity and the Sanctity of Sovereignty

Political Violence in Burundi: Human Dignity and the Sanctity of Sovereignty

Cole Lussier Vol. 37 Associate Editor Domestic conflict in a small Central African country is once again leading the international […]

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Assessing the EU-Turkey Migrant Crisis Deal

Assessing the EU-Turkey Migrant Crisis Deal

Jacob Greenberg Vol. 37 Associate Editor At the stroke of midnight on March 20, 2016, Greece began the process of […]

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CFIUS: The Little-known Multi-Billion-Dollar Deal Killer

CFIUS: The Little-known Multi-Billion-Dollar Deal Killer

Christian Husby Vol. 37 Associate Editor On February 23, 2016, Tsinghua Unisplendour Corporation of China abandoned its attempted $3.78 billion […]

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The Curious Case of Disappearing Booksellers: A Conflict of Sovereignty between China and Hong Kong

The Curious Case of Disappearing Booksellers: A Conflict of Sovereignty between China and Hong Kong

Angela Ni Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Managing Note Editor Free speech and separation of political spheres in China […]

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Brexit: Regain “Sovereignty”?

Brexit: Regain “Sovereignty”?

Sihang Zhang Vol. 37 Associate Editor About a week ago, Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron announced June 23rd as the […]

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From Ebola to Zika: Lessons the WHO Can Learn from Its Handling of Ebola to Effectively Deal with the Zika Virus Outbreak

From Ebola to Zika: Lessons the WHO Can Learn from Its Handling of Ebola to Effectively Deal with the Zika Virus Outbreak

Katherine McGuigan Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Business and Development Editor On February 1, 2016, the World Health Organization declared […]

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