Recognizing Climate Change as a Threat: The UN Human Rights Committee Can Extend Refugee Protections to Climate Migrants

Javier Piñeiro Vol. 44 Associate Editor In the upcoming years, climate change will become a significant driver of migration, as […]

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Unclean Hands: Responding to ‘Spoils Don’t go to the Aggressor’

Alexander Nye Vol. 44 Associate Editor On February 24, 2022, Russia announced a “special military operation” to “demilitarize” Ukraine.[1] Russia […]

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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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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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China should honor its treaty obligations to Hong Kong

Han Zhu Vol. 39 Executive Editor On June 30, 2017, the spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, in a retort […]

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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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The State of a Stateless People: The Current Rohingya Crisis

Jessica Riley Vol. 39 Associate Editor They have been called “the world’s most persecuted people.”[1] They have been denied citizenship […]

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Burundi’s Challenge to the ICC’s “Africa Bias”

Burundi’s Challenge to the ICC’s “Africa Bias”

Layan Charara Vol. 39 Associate Editor On October 27, 2017, Burundi became the first country to withdraw from the International […]

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Due Diligence and the Gray Zones of International Cyberspace Laws

Due Diligence and the Gray Zones of International Cyberspace Laws

Olivia Hankinson Vol. 39 Associate Editor With ever-changing and developing technology, a growing concern in the field of international law […]

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Insecurity Assurances: Asserting Human Rights to Remedy Breaches of Security Assurances

Insecurity Assurances: Asserting Human Rights to Remedy Breaches of Security Assurances

Kaley Hanenkrat Vol. 39 Associate Editor In 1994, Ukraine’s then-President Kuchma[1] surrendered the remaining portion of the Soviet nuclear arsenal […]

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