Volume 36, Issue 3

Articles include
“Deciphering the “Right to Read” Under International Human Rights Law: A Normative Framework for Equal Access” by Lida Ayoubi,
“System Criminality and International Responsibility: Back to Canonical Questions” by Zhenni Li,
“Understanding the Activation of the Crime of Aggression at the International Criminal Court: Progress and Pitfalls” by Jeremy Sarkin & Juliana Almeida.

Notes and Comments include
“To Register or Not to Register? The Possibility of an Article 102 Sanction in Jadhav” by Beau Bettiga,
“Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Mental Healthcare for Syrian Asylum-Seekers and Refugees” by Ashlee Rossler

Volume 36, Issue 2

Articles include “From “Our Common Future” to Sustainable Development Goals: Evolution of Sustainable Development Under International Law” by Sumudu Atapattu,
“Shutting Down Poletti: Human Rights Lessons from Environmental Victories” by Rebecca Bratspies,
“Sustainable Development Goals and Environmental Justice: Realization Through Disaggregation?” by Joshua C. Gellers & Trevor J. Cheatham,
“Shareholder Activism and Stakeholder Engagement Strategies: Promoting Environmental Justice, Human Rights, and Sustainable Development Goals” by Erika George,
“Climate Justice and Climate Displacement: Evaluating the Emerging Legal and Policy Responses” by Carmen Gonzalez,
“Sustainable Development: Energy, Justice, and Women” by Lakshman Guruswamy

Volume 36, Issue 1

“Talking to the Wrong Guys? Diplomatic Partisanship and the Law” by Paul Behrens,
“The Role of Shari’a in International Commercial Arbitration” by Maria Bhatti,
“Personal Jurisdiction Based on the Location of a Server: Chinese Territorialism in the Internet Era?” by Jie (Jeanne) Huang.
“Sizing Up Labor Relations Down Under: What Australia’s Fair Work Commission Can Teach the National Labor Relations Board” by Jonathan Cook,
“Technical Solutions to a Human Problem: Organic Import Reforms in the United States and EU Are Inadequate to Prevent Fraud” by Jacob Mohr,
“Putting the Brakes on Rent Increases: How the United State Could implement German Anti-Gentrification Laws Without Running Afoul of the Takings Clause” by Miles Walser.

Volume 35, Issue 3

Articles include “Counter-Terrorism in Saudi Arabia: Going Around in Circles and Hidden Agendas” by Ali Adubisi, “Syria: The Unbearable Lightness of Intervention” by Amy Baker Benjamin, “Confederate Monuments and International Law” by Lucas Lixinski, and “Autonomous Weapon Systems: The Possibility and Probability of Accountability” by Swati Malik. Notes and Comments include “No Cows at Sea: A Proposal for a Ban on Live Export from the United States” by Frank Donahue, “Thailand’s Gender Equality Act: A Solution for the United States’ Transgender Bathroom Debate” by Riley Leonard, and “Equalizing or Encroaching? Ireland’s Place in the European Commission’s Move Toward Tax Harmony” by Katlynn Michalski.

Volume 35, Issue 2

Articles include “Coping with Crisis: Whither the Variable Geometry in the Jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights” by Başak Çalı, “Localizing Human Rights Treaty Monitoring: Case Study of Taiwan as a Non-UN Member State” by Yu-Jie Chen, “Not Your Dumping Ground: Criminalization of Trafficking in Hazardous Waste in Africa” by Matiangai V.S. Sirleaf, ““First, Put Out the House Fire”: The Future of the African Human Rights System” by Basil Ugochukwu, “Double or Nothing? The Inter-American Court of Human Rights in an Increasingly Adverse Context” by René Urueña, “Brexit, Democracy, and Human Rights: The Law Between Secession and Treaty Withdrawal” by Jure Vidmar, and “Necessary Checkpoints or Immovable Roadblocks? Accessing the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights” by Oliver Windridge.

Volume 35, Issue 1

Articles include “The Chagos Islands Award: Exploring the Renewed Role of the Law of the Sea in the Post-Colonial Context” by Marina Aksenova & Ciarán Burke, “Transforming International Conflict Resolution to Catch Up with the Twenty-First Century (Promoting Collective Innovation)” by Nancy D. Erbe, and “Engendering Rule of Law in Health Care Delivery in Kenya” by Smith Ouma, Harrison O. Mbori, & Cynthia A.M. Amutete. Notes and Comments include “A Comparison of the Pre-Market Orphan Drug Legal Frameworks in the United States and the European Union” by Claire Dennis, “Beyond Ballot-Stuffing: Current Gaps in International Law Regarding Foreign State Hacking to Influence a Foreign Election” by Logan Hamilton, and “Creating a 21st Century Personal Data Protection Regime in the United States: Consent, Oversight, and Remedial Reform; Lessons from the German Model” by Jared Mehre

Volume 34, Issue 4

Articles include “Equality and Nondiscrimination Through the Eyes of an International Religious Organization: The Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s (OIC) Response to Women’s Rights” by Robert C. Blitt, “Legal Archetypes and Metadata Collection” by Alan Rubel, “Haste Makes Waste: WTO, Pilot Free Trade Zones and Financial Experiments” by Yueh-Ping (Alex) Yang, “Arbitrary, Unnecessary Quarantine: Building International and National Infrastructures to Protect Human Rights During Public Health Emergencies” by Anna L. Grilley, “Black Biology: Genetic Engineering, the Future of Bioterrorism, and the Need for Greater International and Community Regulation of Synthetic Biology” by Nicole H. Kalupa and “International Tax Regulation by United States Fiat: How FACTA Represents Unsound International Tax Policy” by James F. Kelly.

Volume 34, Issue 3

Articles include “Human Rights: From Legal Transplants to Fair Translation” by James M. Donovan, “The Use of Force Against ISIL in Iraq and Syria – A Legal Battlefield” by Gabor Kajtar, “Exploring International Environmental Governance Regimes: The Asian Way” by Roda Mushkat, “The Great Lakes Compact and Transboundary Water Agreements” by Katherine Hanson, “Globalization of Legal Services in Asia: Comparison of TPP and KORUS-FTA on Legal Services and a Potential Use of South Korea’s Three-Stage Liberalization Model by TPP Countries” by Maro Kim and “Going Boldly Where No Country has Gone Before: UNCLOS and the Russian Federation’s Claim to the Arctic Circle” by Nick Korger.

Volume 34, Issue 2

Articles include “A Mutual Legal Assistance Case Study: The United States and France” by Peter Swire, Justin D. Hemmings, & Suzanne Vergnolle, “”Essential Equivalence” and European Adequacy after Schrems: The Canadian Example” by Gabe Maldoff & Omer Tene, “Anonymous Data v. Personal Data – A False Debate: An EU Perspective on Anonymization, Pseudonymization and Personal Data” by Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon & Allison Knight, “Current Issues of Cross-Border Personal Data Protection in the Context of Cloud Computing and Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement: Join or Withdraw” by George Yijun Tian, “I Agree. . . Or Do I? – A Rights-Based Analysis of the Law on Children’s Consent in the Digital World” by Simone van der Hof, and “Rethinking Data Security: The Differences Between the European Union and the United States’ Approach to Data Security and Building Transnational Standards with Transparency and Uniformity” by Shelby L. Wallace

Volume 34, Issue 1

Articles include “CSR and the Arab Spring Revolutions: How is CSR Not Applied in Egypt?” by Ahmad A. Alshorbagy, “Investment Treaty Arbitration and institutional Backgrounds: An Empirical Study” by Suha Jubran Ballan, “Reversed Harmonization or Horizontalization of EU Standards?: Does WTO Law Facilitate or Constrain the Brussels Effect?” by Dominique Sinopoli & Kai Purnhagen, “Keeping More of What’s Ours: Withholding Refunds and Exemptions in European Union Investments for Public Pension Funds” by William Dickson, “Should Have Scolded Your Kids!: Holding Foreign-Parent Corporations Responsible for Their Subsidiaries’ Price-Fixing Behavior in the United States, Canada, and the European Union” by Sean Fernandes and “Juvenile Law and Jihad: Exploring Anti-Terror Legislation and Calling for Mandatory Juvenile Treatment of Radicalized Teens Joining ISIS in Syria” by Eric M. Markisen.