Applying the Lessons of The Gulf War Economic Sanctions to the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Louis Steinkuehler Vol. 44 Associate Editor Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has highlighted the tenuous nature of the United Nations’ […]

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Smoke and Mirrors: An Opportunity for Russian State Responsibility Under the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism

Grace Bruce Vol. 44 Associate Editor Vladimir Putin’s close connection to billionaire Yevgeny Prigozhin and the Wagner Group is one […]

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Russia’s Sham Referendums in Ukraine: A Turning Point in the Move Towards an International Right to Substantive Democracy?

Martin Greene Vol. 44 Associate Editor Since the end of the Cold War, authoritarian governments have used international organizations in […]

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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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Playing Fast and Loose with International Law – Legal Invalidity of Russia’s Use of Force Against Ukraine

Ahan Gadkari & Tushar Rajput Jindal Global Law School On February 24, 2022, the Russian Federation (Russia) initiated a “special military […]

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WADA v. RUSADA: An Analysis of the Principle of Proportionality in the Court of Arbitration for Sport

Cira Danda Vol. 42 Associate Editor In 2016, Grigory Rodchenkov, the former head of Russia’s national anti-doping laboratory, exposed an […]

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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 annexation of Crimea and the ongoing conflict between […]

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Russia’s Illegal Manipulation of Intrastate Conflict Continues to Impede International Integration

Jamie Guanciale Vol. 41 Associate Editor It is widely known that the fall of the Soviet Union coincided with a […]

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Indicting Russia: The International Arc of Mueller’s Investigation

Sara Stappert Vol. 39 Business and Development Editor The United States Department of Justice charged thirteen Russian individuals and three Russian […]

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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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