What Nestle & Cargill v. Doe Means for International Corporate Responsibility

Michelle Mealer Vol. 42 Associate Editor Examples abound of US companies either directly or indirectly abetting human rights violations within […]

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Extending Universal Jurisdiction to Corporate Human Rights Violations

Zoe Goldstein Vol. 42 Associate Editor Although a number of tools exist to hold individuals criminally accountable for human rights […]

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Can FIFA Kick its Human Rights Abuses?

Lorena Balic Vol. 42 Associate Editor The Fédération Internationale de Football Association (“FIFA”), the world’s governing soccer body, is notorious […]

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Finding Protection for Refugee Culture in International Law

James Moser, Jr. Vol. 42 Associate Editor Humanitarian crises that provoke refugee crises also may impact the survivability of the […]

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When All Else May Fail: ECtHR’s Granting of Interim Measures in Armenia v. Azerbaijan and Armenia v. Turkey

Rachelle Kredentser Vol. 42 Associate Editor A common critique of international law and intervention, especially in cases of human rights […]

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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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Rights under Lockdown: Not Releasing Vulnerable Prisoners in the Time of a Pandemic is a Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment

Francis Tom Temprosa & Darwin Simpelo Articles Editor & Guest Editor Introduction This argues that the non-release of vulnerable prisoners […]

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Between Two States: Adjudicating Human Rights Abuses in Occupied and Annexed Ukraine

Evan Harary Vol. 41 Associate Editor Russian incursion into Ukrainian territory—in the form of the annexation of Crimea and the […]

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Federal Death Penalty: International Obligations and Extradition Agreements

Katherine Boothroyd Vol. 41 Associate Editor On Thursday, July 25, 2019, Attorney General William Barr announced that the United States […]

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Free Speech Implications of Poland’s New Law Under the European Convention on Human Rights

Elizabeth Heise Vol. 39 Online Editor Poland has recently passed a law that would make it a crime, punishable by […]

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