Category: Volume 36

China’s Military Drills Over Okinawa

China’s Military Drills Over Okinawa

Virginia Koeppl Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Article Editor On December 26, 2015, China sent three armed vessels, one of […]

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Legal Framework for Retaliation against North Korea’s Rocket Launch

Legal Framework for Retaliation against North Korea’s Rocket Launch

Ashley Harshaw, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Following North Korea’s long-range rocket launch on February 7, 2016, South Korea and the United […]

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“The Right to be Forgotten” in the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation

“The Right to be Forgotten” in the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation

Christine Prorok Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Online Content Editor In a world where information posted to the Internet […]

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The E.U. – U.S. Privacy Shield

The E.U. – U.S. Privacy Shield

Corina McIntyre, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In October 2015, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) struck down the U.S.-E.U. transatlantic […]

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Steel Antidumping Tariffs: The Issue of Surrogate Countries

Steel Antidumping Tariffs: The Issue of Surrogate Countries

Sung “Chris” Lee Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Online Content Editor Low steel prices have been driven by Chinese […]

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The Fate of Plain Packaging: Balancing Free Trade and Health Regulation in the International Forum

The Fate of Plain Packaging: Balancing Free Trade and Health Regulation in the International Forum

Alicia McCaffrey Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Note Editor Many law students are familiar with the Argentina bonds arbitrations […]

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Curbing the Flow of Illicit Foreign Money into US Real Estate

Curbing the Flow of Illicit Foreign Money into US Real Estate

Joon Yoo Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Executive Editor Across the United States, the recent trend among many wealthy […]

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North Korea’s “H-Bomb for justice” receives immediate condemnation, but is that enough?

North Korea’s “H-Bomb for justice” receives immediate condemnation, but is that enough?

Christina Foster, Vol. 37 Associate Editor North Korea, the self-declared nuclear state, claims to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.[1] […]

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ISIS Looted Antiquities Funding Terrorism: The Global Community’s Slow Response and What More can be Done

ISIS Looted Antiquities Funding Terrorism: The Global Community’s Slow Response and What More can be Done

Amy Albanese Vol. 37 Associate Editor Vol. 38 Managing Online Content Editor For over a year, there have been reports […]

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The Common European Asylum System: Its History, Content, and Shortcomings

The Common European Asylum System: Its History, Content, and Shortcomings

Silvia Raithel, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Negotiations towards the Common European Asylum System (“CEAS”) began in 1999 in the city […]

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