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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 40, Issue 3

    Articles Include:
    The Russian Invasion of Ukraine and the Tottering Principles of International Law: Russia's Assault on World Norms by Frederick V. Perry
    Obstacles to the Application of International Justice: Rules of Referral to the International Criminal Court and Political Considerations of the Security Council. by Mahmoud Refaat
    Persons Fleeing From the War in Ukraine and the Future of Emergency Protection, Status and Rights by William Thomas Worster

    Notes & Comments Include:
    Exporting Violations of International Policing Norms: The US Border Patrol's "BORTAC" Special Operations Unit Promotes Violations of International Norms and Requires Significant Reform by Michael Byrne
    The NetzdDG and the Avia Law: How Two Different Legal Systems Created Two Different Outcomes From Similar Laws by Marco Lewis
    Cross-Border ADR for the Masses: A Survey of the Viability of International Class Commercial Arbitration by David Samberg

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