Volume 31, Issue 1 – Article Preview


The Demise of Accountability at the World Bank?, Dr. Natalie Bugalski

Link to Bugalski Article


Volume 30, Issue 4 – Now Available Online

AUILR, Volume 30, Issue 4


The ‘New’ Law Applicable to LGBTI International Civil Servants in the U.N. System, Daniele Gallo

Global Systemic Risk and International Regulatory Coordination: Squaring Sovereignty and Financial Stability, Federico Lupo-Pasini & Ross P. Buckley

Striking the Right Balance: Limits on the Right to Bring an Action under Article 263(4) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, Roberto Mastroianni & Andrea Pezza

The Privatization of the Use of Force Meets the Law of State Responsibility, Vanessa Ballesteros Moya


Disparate Treatment of Mexican Unaccompanied Alien Children: The United States’ Violation of the Trafficking Protocol, Supplementing the UN Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime, Alejandra Aramayo


The American University International Law Review publishes articles, critical essays, comments, and casenotes on a wide variety of international law topics, including public and private international law, the law of international organizations, international trade law, international arbitration, and international human rights. AUILR also publishes pieces on topics of foreign and comparative law that are of particular interest to the international legal community.

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