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Forum: Disaster Risk Governance and COVID-19 – Accountability, Transparency, and Corruption
Written by Hugo Cahueñas* With devastating effects across the globe, the COVID-19 pandemic constitutes a “slow-onset disaster” and warrants analysis through a disaster...
COVID-19: Towards a Digital Fragmentation of the Right to Education?
Written by Kristin Bergtora Sandvik* and Ingunn Ikdahl** Introduction COVID-19 lockdowns have had momentous impact on children’s lives worldwide and in particular on the...
The Trump administration, asylum law, and private-actor persecution
Written by Rachael Stryer* Over the past three and a half years, the Trump administration has sought to radically restrict access to asylum in...
Virtual Symposium: China and the International Legal Order
China and International Legal Order Virtual Symposium HILJ-YJIL-Oxford | October 15, 2020 To register, please click the link and provide your name, email address,...
Call for Submissions: China and the International Legal Order
Call for Submissions for “China and the International Legal Order” Virtual Symposium Due: Friday, October 2nd by 11:59 AM The Harvard International Law Journal...
The International Law of Rabble Rousing
Written by Hendrick Townley & Asaf Lubin “It was noon on an ordinary sunny spring day in May, but the scene was not as...
Symposium Conference: International Trade in the Trump Era
On February 22, 2019, YJIL successfully hosted a one-day conference at Yale Law School entitled “International Trade in the Trump Era.” The conference corresponds to the...
Features Symposium: International Trade in the Trump Era
The international trade order is in crisis. Since the election of President Donald J. Trump, the United States has initiated—and escalated—a trade war with...
Forum: The ICC and Afghanistan – Time to End Impunity?
Written by Mehdi J. Hakimi* Following the Taliban’s announcement of their annual spring offensive, violence has ratcheted up across Afghanistan. According to the UN...
Forum: Reflections on a Potential Peace Treaty for the Korean Peninsula
Written by Jonathan Worboys* and Laura Edwards** Introduction The first half of 2018 saw a welcome de-escalation of tensions on the Korean Peninsula. In...
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