Category: MJIL Online

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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Detention of Migrants in Panama: Panama’s Compliance with the Refugee and American Conventions, Examined through the Vélez Loor Case

Rachelle Linsenmayer Vol. 43 Associate Editor In recent months, Panama announced that, with the cooperation of Colombia, it plans to […]

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Always Left Looking Up

Kushagr Bakshi Vol. 43 Associate Editor On October 13, Blue Origin, an aerospace company founded by Jeff Bezos, sent its […]

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Evaluating the Future of Global Data Governance

Dihu Wu Vol. 43 Associate Editor As the world continues to grapple with the effects of COVID-19, the economic downturn […]

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International Arbitration: A Comparative Analysis of the Rules of the ICC, HKIAC, and SIAC

Paula P. Plaza Vol. 43 Associate Editor As global supply and demand chains expand, so do flashpoints for conflict in […]

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Data Localization: The Compatibility with GATS and Its Outlook

Eugene Tseng Vol. 43 Associate Editor As the world economy is shifting towards a digital-oriented business, and human activities are moving […]

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Analyzing the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction through the case of Eitan Biran

Erica Paul Vol. 43 Executive Editor When a cable car crashed in a popular destination in Northern Italy, five-year-old Eitan […]

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