Governors and the Global Market: A Michigan Example

Cole Lussier, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In American foreign affairs law, it is long established that the “external powers of […]

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Exercises in Futility: Can Military Exercises Constitute Provocation for an Attack in Anticipatory Self-Defense?

Cody Marden, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In November 1983 the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) conducted a ten day military […]

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Common Reporting Standard (CRS): Development and Limitations

Sihang Zhang, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In recent years, the ease of establishing accounts at foreign financial institutions, combined with […]

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Shifts in Policies of War on Drugs in the Americas

Ashley Harshaw, Vol. 37 Associate Editor The Supreme Court of Mexico, in a 4 to 1 vote, has declared that […]

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To Adjudicate or Not to Adjudicate? Issues of Jurisdiction and Comity in the U.S. Volkswagen Litigation

Emily Golding, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In September, news that over 11 million Volkswagen diesel vehicles worldwide had been equipped […]

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The Safe Harbor Principles: What They Were and What Their Invalidation Means

The Safe Harbor Principles: What They Were and What Their Invalidation Means

Silvia Raithel, Vol. 37 Associate Editor In 1995, the European Parliament and Council passed the Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC) […]

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The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Provision in the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Not the Death Knell Critics Are Looking For

Michael Pucci, Vol. 37 Associate Editor A little over a year before handing over the keys to the White House […]

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International E-Discovery: EU Privacy Protection vs. US Broad Disclosure

Katherine McGuigan, Vol. 37 Associate Editor On September 18, 2015, the world discovered that Volkswagen had been cheating on its […]

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Economic Shifts in Michigan and China Dictate Need for Socially Responsible Businesses

Amy K. Bergstraesser, Vol. 36 Associate Editor Introduction The experience of large economic shifts often sparks the need for more […]

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The Long Arm of Justice: America’s Place in China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign

Derek Turnbull, Vol. 36 Associate Editor As President Xi Jinping’s burgeoning anti-corruption campaign takes root in China, forcing government officials […]

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