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Established in 1982, WILJ offers articles of scholarly and practical interest in various areas of international law.

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  • Volume 37, Issue 3

    Articles include:
    The Anti-Defection Provision Contained in the Constitution of Bangladesh, 1972, and Its Adverse Impact on Parliamentary Democracy: A Case for Reform by M. Ehteshamul Bari & Pritam Dey
    Tainted Harvest: Transborder Labor Trafficking and Forced Servitude in Agribusiness by Luz E. Nagle
    Russian Mercenaries, State Responsibility, and Conflict in Syria: Examining the Wagner Group Under International Law by Michael A. Rizzotti

    Notes & Comments include:
    Playing in the Sandbox: Lessons U.S. Regulators Can Learn from the Successes of FinTech Sandboxes in the United Kingdom and Australia by Amy Harriman
    Can Transgender Troops Deploy? International Strategies for Managing Transition-Related Care of Transgender Military Personnel by Nina Marie Neff
    America’s Violation of International Laws: The Trump Administration’s Zero-Tolerance Immigration Policy by Kimberly D. Sweatt

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