Are countries permitted to regulate corporate human rights violations abroad? (Book Preview)

Dr. Aleydis Nissen, Senior Researcher, Leiden University and Free Universities of Brussels  My book ‘The European Union, Emerging Global Business […]

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China’s Answer to the U.N. Report on Xinjiang: Taking It Seriously, But Not on the Merits

Kelly Grugan Vol. 44 Associate Editor On August 31, 2022, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human […]

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Curing the Symptom While Ignoring the Cause – Will the Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework Work the Third Time?

Muhui Shi Vol. 44 Associate Editor Despite two years of transatlantic data privacy vacuums, a new hope seems to have […]

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A Technological Threat to Human Rights: The Case for United Nations Artificial Intelligence Regulation

Kate Rogers Vol. 43 Associate Editor The lack of regulation concerning artificial intelligence (“AI”) poses a risk to international peace […]

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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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