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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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Latest Issue

  • Volume 39, Issue 1

    Articles include:
    Revolt Against the U.S. Hegemony: Judicial Divergence In Cyberspace by Dongsheng Zang
    Company-Administered Grievance Processes For External Stakeholders: A Means For Effective Remedy, Community Relations, Or Private Power? by Ben Grama

    Notes & Comments include:
    Quelling The Urge To Go Abroad "In Search of Monsters to Destroy": Revising the Neutrality Act of 1794 to Meet the Twenty-First Century Challenge of Privatized Warfare by Brendan Ashe
    Sanctioning The ICC: Is That The Right Move For The United States? by Nicole Jones
    International Food Regulations And Their Unintended Consequences: Why The EU's Farm to Fork Strategy Would Hurt Europeans by Ola Lisowski

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