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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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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The Iran Nuclear Deal’s Current State and the Possibility of a Hasty U.S. Withdrawal

The Iran Nuclear Deal’s Current State and the Possibility of a Hasty U.S. Withdrawal

Ali Bazzi Vol. 39, Associate Editor The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (“JCPOA”) is an agreement between China, France, Germany, […]

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When the Security Council Fails to Intervene in Mass Atrocities, Who Else Can Act?

Seema Kassab Vol. 38 Associate Editor There is no clearer example of the failure of the UN to halt mass […]

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North Korea’s “H-Bomb for justice” receives immediate condemnation, but is that enough?

North Korea’s “H-Bomb for justice” receives immediate condemnation, but is that enough?

Christina Foster, Vol. 37 Associate Editor North Korea, the self-declared nuclear state, claims to have successfully tested a hydrogen bomb.[1] […]

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The P5: An Abuse of Power

Melanie Capuano Vol. 37 Online Content Editor Vol. 36 Associate Editor The United Nations Security Council has five permanent members […]

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UN resolution on Syria masks the real problem, the need to reform the Security Council veto

Melan Patel, Associate Editor, Michigan Journal of International Law The Security Council reached an agreement on what to do with […]

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