A War Crimes “Wiki”: The Need for an Open Database to Ensure Syrian Accountability

Written by Josh Macey, Paul Strauch, Mitzi Steiner & Nathaniel Zelinsky† Just over a month ago, a Swedish court became the first court anywhere...

More Privacy Principle: A Reply to Asaf Lubin

By Frédéric G. Sourgens, Washburn University School of Law. I would like to thank Asaf Lubin for his response to my article The Privacy Principle. ...

Book Review: The Child in International Refugee Law

The Child in International Refugee Law by Jason M. Pobjoy, Cambridge University Press, 2017. Reviewed by Marina Sharpe* Human rights give legal expression to our most...

Building a Durable Legal Framework in Space: The Extraterrestrial Impact of the South China Sea Dispute

Written by Roncevert Ganan Almond. Just a few weeks ago, tech titan Elon Musk announced his lofty intention to send the first colonists to Mars...

Section 7 of the United Kingdom Bribery Act 2010: A “Fair Warning” Perlustration

Written by Jonathan J. Rusch “Within the past year, the tides of global corruption have begun a perceptible shift. In a growing number of countries...

A Principled Defence of the International Human Right to Privacy: A Response to Frédéric Sourgens

Frédéric Sourgens’s recent article, The Privacy Principle, dares to ask a provocative question: can international law regulate global surveillance programs without sacrificing national security interests?

The Case of Kim Jong-nam and Questions of International Law

Written by Quentin Johnson In the immediate aftermath of the assassination of Kim Jong-nam in Kuala Lumpur, foreign policy circles and the news media...

President Trump’s Budget Blueprint and U.N. Blue Helmets

Written by Tracy Nelson On March 16th, President Trump released an initial budget outline for fiscal year (FY) 2018. The outline indicates a $37.6...

A Closer Look at the Korean Constitutional Court’s Ruling on Park Geun-hye’s Impeachment

Written by Hyun-Soo Lim On March 10th, 2017, the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Korea unanimously approved the National Assembly’s December 2016 vote...

Grey Zones in the International Law of Cyberspace

Written by Michael N. Schmitt In 2015 and 2016, hackers affiliated with the Russian government broke into servers of the U.S. Democratic National Committee...