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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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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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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Debt Debacle: Understanding Ukraine’s Default on Russian Bonds

Jason S. Levin, Vol. 37 Associate Editor The New Year welcomed heightened political tension as legal woes between Ukraine and […]

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