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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Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform: The Multilateral Investment Court was Never the Answer

Lauren Cole Executive Editor Governments of the world largely do not trust Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS). ISDS is the system […]

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The Future of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

David Smellie & Zachary Simon Vol. 39 Associate Editors History and Overview of the TPP Signed in February 2016, the […]

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Governors and the Global Market: A Michigan Example

Cole Lussier, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In American foreign affairs law, it is long established that the “external powers of […]

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Do International Trade and Human Rights Law Allow “Fat Taxes”?

Alicia McCaffrey, Vol. 37 Associate Editor Many in the U.S. remember the controversy that ensued when Mayor Michael Bloomberg attempted […]

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The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Provision in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Not the Death Knell Critics Are Looking For

Michael Pucci, Vol. 37 Associate Editor A little over a year before handing over the keys to the White House […]

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