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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How the Democratization of Myanmar Exacerbated Systemic Oppression of Rohingyas, and How the International Community Should Step In

Sarah Syed Vol. 39 Associate Editor Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, has been under close watch for its human rights […]

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How Should We Criticize Aung San Suu Kyi’s Handling of the Rohingya Crisis?

Jens Thomsen Vol. 39 Associate Editor The Rohingya, a stateless, predominantly Muslim ethnic group, are victims of persecution being carried […]

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