Volume 3 Issue 1

Articles

LEGITIMACY IN INTERNATIONAL DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN THE AGE OF ANTI-GLOBALIZATION, NATIONALISM, AND ISOLATIONISM: HOW GEOGRAPHICAL AND LEGAL CULTURAL DIVERSITY ON THE INTERNATIONAL BENCH CAN PROMOTE REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION​
Alina Ng Boyte


 

225 YEARS TO THE JAY TREATY: INTERSTATE ARBITRATION BETWEEN PROGRESS AND STAGNATION
Tamar Meshel


 

GLOBAL JUSTICE VS. U.S. GLOBAL HEGEMONY: REJECTING BOLTON’S OPPOSITION TO THE ICC
Norman Swazo


 

THE STRUGGLE FOR MARRIAGE EQUALITY AND THE NEED TO FOCUS ON TRANSGENDER RIGHTS IN TAIWAN​
M. Bob Kao



 

THE STATE OF JUVENILE DIVERSION IN KOSOVO​
Jason R. Tashea



 

Notes

THE “NATIONAL SECURITY” OF NATIONS: PRESIDENT TRUMP’S PRETEXTUAL TARIFF RATIONALE AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT​
Jacob Ely


 

THE EU-U.S. PRIVACY SHIELD: AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE
Catherine Read


 

Volume 3 Issue 2

Articles

NIETZSCHE AND THE LAW OF THE “THE OTHER”: THE JEW IN REFRACTION​
Jeffrey Meyers


 

THE HISTORY OF A MYSTERY:
THE EVOLUTION OF THE LAW OF UNJUST ENRICHMENT IN GERMANY, ENGLAND AND CHINA​

Steve Gallagher†, Lin Siyi†† and Lutz-Christian Wolff


 

THE NEED FOR CERTAINTY AND WRITTEN FORM IN LAND SALE CONTRACTS IN CHINA: A LEGAL REFORM RECOMMENDATION​
Dr. Wei Wen


 

STATE INTENT UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW​
Stephen Townley


 

The Recent Changes Introduced to the Method of Removal of Judges of the Supreme Court of Bangladesh & the Consequent Triumph of an All-Powerful Executive Over the Judiciary: Judicial Independence in Peril
M. Ehteshamul Bari


 

Notes

HEALERS OR DEALERS: THE EFFECT OF DOCTORS COMMITTING HEALTH CARE FRAUD ON THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC
Peri Novick


 

PRIVACY IN THE DIGITAL AGE: IS OUR DATA SAFE?​
Ezra Wolfson


 

ARE WE IN GOOD HANDS? A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF COMPENSATION SCHEMES CONCERNING CATASTROPHES AND THEIR ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE
Yi Ming Zeng



 

ADDRESSING THE SUPREME COURT’S “CONSTITUTIONAL ORPHAN”: DETERMINING THE SCOPE OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT IN PUBLIC, ALONG WITH ITS NEED TO BE REGULATED
Eli Zlotowitz

 

Volume 3 Issue 3

Articles

LEGAL EXPORTATION: THE CASE OF EUROPEAN LABOR LAW AND THIRD COUNTRIES​
Lior Zemer† and Neta Nadiv


 

TERRORIST VICTIM OR PERPETRATOR?: FOREIGN SOLUTIONS TO CHALLENGES POSED BY THE U.S.’S TERRORIST BARS TO ASYLUM​
Stephanie Blum, J.D. Nadav Morag, PhD


 

CORRUPTION ABROAD: FROM CONFLICT TO CO-OPERATION: A COMPARISON OF FRENCH AND AMERICAN LAW AND PRACTICE​
Fred Einbinder


 

HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDEFINITE OCCUPATION: PALESTINE
Sari Bashi


 

ISRAELI PERFIDY IN THE DISPUTED OCCUPIED PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES (OPT)​
Daniel Benoliel and Yohai Edery



 

HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE SIX ARAB STATES OF THE GULF COOPERATION COUNCIL (GCC): FROM VISION TO REALITY​
Eleni Polymenopoulou


 

RETURN OF THE KING: CORRUPTION BACKSLIDING IN AMERICA​
Pedro Gerson

 

WHO OWNS AFRICAN ART? ENVISIONING A LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR THE RESTITUTION OF AFRICAN CULTURAL HERITAGE​
Charity Gates

Notes

THE CONVENTION ON THE ELIMINATION OF ALL FORMS OF DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN: WHAT IMPACT, IF ANY, HAS IT HAD ON REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND ABORTION RIGHTS AROUND THE WORLD?​
Casey Katz Pearlman

PARADIGM PERPLEXITIES: DOES INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW OR INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW GOVERN THE GAZA BORDER PROTESTS OF 2018-2019, & WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES? A RESPONSE TO THE SUPREME COURT’S OPINION IN YESH DIN V. IDF CHIEF OF STAFF (HCJ 3003/18)​
Anthony Carl

DIRTY BUSINESS: ACCOUNTABILITY FOR HARMFUL PESTICIDE USE IN BRAZIL
Anna Goldstein

NYC V. AIRBNB: NEW YORK CITY’S ATTEMPT TO REGULATE HOME-SHARING PLATFORMS AND AIRBNB’S ATTEMPT TO FIGHT BACK​
Moshe Goldblatt