RELEASE: Call for Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS:  Multilateralism, International Organizations, and the Global Response to COVID-19 The American University International Law…

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COVID-19 has hit Haiti, too

by DeVaughn Jones* “We have no protections whatsoever. We’re in God’s hands.” – A Haitian woman[1] Americans…

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U.S. News and World Report Rank WCL International Law Top Five in Nation

Washington, D.C. — Earlier this week, U.S. News and World Report ranked Washington College of Law at…

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Vol. 35, Issue 2 is now available!

Washington, D.C. — American University International Law Review has published Volume 35, Issue 2. This issue discusses…

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Making the Case for Amazon

MAKING THE CASE FOR AMAZON Kaylynn Noethlich* “The Case Against Amazon” is a familiar phrase that dominates…

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ELECTION 2016: Breaking Down Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy

By Nick Laneville November 1, 2016 Throughout his campaign to be the next President of the United…

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ELECTION 2016: Breaking Down Hillary Clinton’s Foreign Policy

By Ayat Mujais  (@Ayat_Mujais) October 31, 2016 Numerous individuals, and much of the media, call Hillary Clinton…

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AUILR Symposium Panel: Children in Armed Conflict and International Law

By Kimberly Reynolds October 21, 2016 During the 2016 International Law Review Symposium, five esteemed practitioners discussed the…

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Symposium Closing Keynote: Thomas Kline on International Law and the Recovery of Looted Artwork

By: Yvonne Woldeab*  A Tale of Two Churches.  Thomas Kline shared two parallel stories of precious lost…

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Symposium Panel Three – Restoring What Was Lost: Issues with Restitution and Repatriation

By: Jessica Gicherman* Speakers: Frank K. Lord, IV, Esq., Partner, Herrick, Feinstein, LLP Gary Vikan, Former Director, Walter Art…

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