The Battle of Britain: The Post-Brexit Regulatory Landscape in the United Kingdom

Thomas Bourneuf VOL. 39 ASSOCIATE EDITOR Introduction As the United Kingdom (UK) prepares to leave the European Union (EU), a […]

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China should honor its treaty obligations to Hong Kong

Han Zhu Vol. 39 Executive Editor On June 30, 2017, the spokesman of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, in a retort […]

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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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A Snapshot of the Status of the UK’s Bilateral Investment Treaties and Related International Arbitration After Brexit

Jose-Ignacio Saldana Vol. 39 Notes Editor The exit of the UK from the EU has raised concerns amongst foreign investors […]

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The United Kingdom as an Independent Member of the World Trade Organization: A Strategic Forecast?

The United Kingdom as an Independent Member of the World Trade Organization: A Strategic Forecast?

Jose-Ignacio Saldana Vol. 38 Associate Editor On the eve of the historic referendum held in the United Kingdom (UK) to […]

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Brexit: The Legal Consequences

Brexit: The Legal Consequences

Katrien Wilmots, Vol. 37 Associate Editor The chances of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union seemed remote only a […]

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Jeremy Corbyn and Competing Claims over the Falkland Islands

Jacob Greenberg, Vol. 37 Associate Editor When the United Kingdom’s Labour Party elected Jeremy Corbyn, one of the furthest left-wing […]

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FATCA, GATCA and the Controversial Withholding Provision

Abigail Zeitlin, Vol. 36 Associate Editor For many years, there have been large discrepancies between different countries’ tax reporting standards.  […]

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Liberalizing Electricity Markets and Divided Competition Authority: A Comparative look at Japanese and British Competition Laws

Alexandra Plutshack, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Electricity systems have traditionally always been operated as publically owned monopolies. Over the last […]

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