Category: Past Issues

Nor Any Drop to Drink: A Call for Preemptive Regulation of Water-based Securities

Tyler Loveall Vol. 43 Executive Editor Despite long-standing economic focus on water as a resource,[1] little work exists on the […]

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Cities, Soft Law, and Compliance: Signatory Cities Commitment to the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy

Henry Altman Vol. 43 Associate Editor Founded in 2016, the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate & Energy is a […]

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International Copyright’s Exclusion of the Global South

Mary Aertker Vol. 43 Associate Editor Historically, scholars have examined copyright as a purely legal doctrine, devoid of racial and […]

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The Legality of Denying a U.N. Member State’s Delegation Credentials: A Debate Reignited

Becky Maz Vol. 43 Associate Editor Following its hostile takeover of Afghanistan in August 2021, the Taliban submitted a request […]

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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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