Diagnosing China’s COVID-19 “Xenopescophobia”: Sufficiency of Scientific Evidence Posed by the WTO SPS Agreement

Emeline Kong Vol. 42 Executive Editor As COVID-19 continues to be a global threat, each country has taken unique measures […]

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FCPA and Foreign Policy: A Brief Analysis of the China Initiative, and Why FCPA Enforcement is a Poor Foreign Policy Stick

Tiffany Chung Vol. 42 Associate Editor Explicitly politically targeted anti-corruption enforcement is contrary to American OECD convention obligations. However, in […]

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The Fight for Turkic Muslims in Xinjiang: Why Economic Sanctions Are Not Enough

Tina Al-khersan Vol. 42 Associate Editor Human Rights Abuses in XUAR Since the mid to late 1900s, the Chinese government […]

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Money for Guns: Changes in Arms Control Norms

Evan Mulbry Associate Editor Any American who has exercised their second amendment right understands the feeling of holding a firearm. […]

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China, UK, and Their Sino-British Joint Declaration

Kay Li Vol. 41 Associate Editor This is the sixth month of the ongoing series of protests in Hong Kong, […]

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Xinjiang: the “New Frontier” of State-Sanctioned Torture

Max LeValley Vol. 41 Associate Editor The People’s Republic of China is exploiting the ambiguity of its international agreements to […]

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How the United States Can Block the IMF’s Potential Move to China

Alexis Haddock Vol. 41 Associate Editor Among the many international organizations lies the powerful purse of the International Monetary Fund […]

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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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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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