Category: MJIL Blog

Sport as the Key to Statehood: Catalonia’s Final Piece of the Puzzle?

Erin Kwiatkowski Vol. 43 Associate Editor For decades, sport has been utilized for its ability to affect international change. Often, […]

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The Arctic Council – Reforming a Missed Opportunity for Indigenous Rights

Eric Gripp Vol. 43 Associate Editor Those most affected by climate change are being denied the right to have their […]

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Canada–United States Safe Third Country Agreement and the Refugee Convention

Sara Khan Vol. 43 Associate Editor In 2004, Canada and the United States enacted the Canada–United States Safe Third Country […]

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Using International Law to Combat Human Trafficking in Soccer

Frank Sunderland Vol. 43 Associate Editor In the world of professional soccer, Europe is the marquis destination for any aspiring […]

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The Expansion of Spotify and International Copyright Law: Impact on Artists

Susanna Korkeakivi Vol. 43 Associate Editor In February 2021, Spotify announced its intention to launch its service into 85 new […]

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Not Safe For Work: The Perils of Sex Work During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Nina Gerdes Vol. 43 Associate Editor Sex workers are one of the most marginalized and stigmatized communities internationally.[1] The precarious […]

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Imminent Freedom of Association in Vietnam: A Catalyst or Mirage for the Future Protection and Development of Labor Rights?

Chris Miller Vol. 43 Associate Editor International labor law scholars and commentators have largely praised the recent efforts of the […]

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The American Treaty on Pacific Settlement (Pact of Bogotá) and the Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice

René Figueredo Vol. 43 Associate Editor I. Introduction In 1948, at the Ninth International Conference of American States, held in […]

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Space Activities by Breakaway Regions as a Source of Uncertainty in Space Law

Joshua Hasler Vol. 43 Associate Editor While the idea of a bustling commercial space sector once seemed like science fiction, […]

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A Technological Threat to Human Rights: The Case for United Nations Artificial Intelligence Regulation

Kate Rogers Vol. 43 Associate Editor The lack of regulation concerning artificial intelligence (“AI”) poses a risk to international peace […]

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