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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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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The Paris Agreement: Industrialized Powers’ Responsibility to Island Nations

The Paris Agreement: Industrialized Powers’ Responsibility to Island Nations

Hyun Lee Vol. 39 Associate Editor A few months after U.S. President Donald Trump announced the United States’ future withdrawal […]

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Refugee Status as an Alternative for Stateless Adoptees

Refugee Status as an Alternative for Stateless Adoptees

Sam Han Vol. 38 Associate Editor Under international law, “statelessness” is the status given to an individual without citizenship under […]

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Estonia’s Obligations to its Stateless Population

Jennifer P. Nelson, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In regaining its independence in 1991, Estonia embarked on a political and legal […]

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