A Shot in the Democratic Backsliding Dark: Poland’s Road to Judicial Independence Recovery 

Written By Reganne Hardy A Shot in the Democratic Backsliding Dark: Poland’s Road to Judicial Independence Recovery…

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Human Rights and Climate Change: An Introduction

Written by Sierra Buehlman Barbeau This article provides background information for our latest podcast episode, The Future…

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Rethinking Polluter Pays: Would “Exploiter Pays” Achieve More?

Written by Sierra Buehlman Barbeau Introduction: One of the fundamental challenges of international environmental law in the…

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Addressing the Cocaine Hippo in the Room: Ethical Dilemmas of Invasive Species Management under the Biodiversity Convention 

Written By Kathleen Burns The hippopotamus is listed as a vulnerable species and is facing serious anthropogenic…

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Proposed Criminal Law Changes to Threaten North Macedonia’s Decades Long EU Ascension Aspirations

Written by Caitlyn Olson   Introduction Shortly after North Macedonia gained its independence from the former Yugoslavia…

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Shoot for the Star(link)s – But First You Need a Targeting Analysis

Written by Elizabeth Staffeldt   INTRODUCTION The war in Ukraine has been a large part of the…

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Positive Obligations and Climate Change Under the European Convention on Human Rights

Written by Alejandra Ureta Melcon   States’ blatant failure to take sufficient action, especially concerning mitigating emissions,…

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Amidst a global pandemic, AUILR publishes historic Issue 4 of Vol. 35

Washington, D.C. — In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and an abrupt move off campus, the…

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To begin an unusual school year, Vol. 36 features new editors and additional talent

Washington, D.C. — To start the 2020 -2021 academic year at Washington College of Law at American…

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New staff elected to Volume 36

Washington, D.C. – The American University International Law Review is pleased to announce the 2020 new staff…

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