Category: MJIL Blog

Filling the Void: Why Existing International Law Is Not Suited to Mitigating Space Debris

Michael Williams Vol. 42 Associate Editor Space and the sea have long been paralleled, each seen as a type of […]

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Extending Universal Jurisdiction to Corporate Human Rights Violations

Zoe Goldstein Vol. 42 Associate Editor Although a number of tools exist to hold individuals criminally accountable for human rights […]

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How Can We Hold Corporations Accountable? Proposals for the Future

Allison Fleming Vol. 42 Associate Editor As the number of transnational-corporations (TNCs) climbs, legal recourse for wrongs committed by corporations […]

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The Potential of Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study on Effective Implementation of CSR from Denmark

Nathanael Ham Vol. 42 Associate Editor Over the last eleven years Ørsted has executed perhaps the most dramatic transition towards […]

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Launching for Gold: The Artemis Accords and the Legality of Extraterrestrial Mining

Kunal Jhaveri Vol. 42 Associate Editor As the global population continues to rise and our planet consequently faces increasing resource […]

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The Next Battlefield is in Cyberspace: Evaluating Cyberattacks under Article 51

Tyler VanderMolen Vol. 42 Online Content Editor In 2010 a malicious computer worm, now known as Stuxnet, infiltrated the supervisory […]

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States’ Obligations to Foreign Islamic State Families under the Convention on the Rights of the Child

Lauren Taiclet Vol. 42 Executive Editor The notorious al-Hol camp, located in northeastern Syria, has a fraught role as a […]

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Ensuring Equitable Access to a COVID-19 Vaccine: Multilateral Options for an Unequal World

Emilia Truluck Vol. 42 Associate Editor Since the classification of COVID-19 as a global pandemic, the United Nations General Assembly […]

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Diagnosing China’s COVID-19 “Xenopescophobia”: Sufficiency of Scientific Evidence Posed by the WTO SPS Agreement

Emeline Kong Vol. 42 Executive Editor As COVID-19 continues to be a global threat, each country has taken unique measures […]

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Moving Toward an Artificial Intelligence Treaty

Julian McIntosh Vol. 42 Associate Editor Introduction Artificial Intelligence (AI) has proliferated at a breakneck pace, with the United States […]

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