Title Page Masthead Articles: Do Alternative Justice Mechanisms Deserve Recognition in International Criminal Law?: Truth Commissions, Amnesties, and Complementarity at the International Criminal Court By: Martha Minow Precedent and Dialogue in Investment Treaty Arbitration By: Richard C. Chen Tides of Climate Change: Protecting the Natural Wealth Rights of Disappearing States By: Ori Sharon Hiding in […]
In October, a briefing paper that the UN Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) HIV division head was to present at an international conference was released. The briefing paper garnered attention because it advocates decriminalization of drug use and possession for personal consumption. Other UN branches, such as the WHO and UNAIDS, have expressed support […]
By Josh Macfarlane The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has had quite the summer. With the help of some adroit political maneuvering and an unexpected alliance between President Obama and congressional Republicans, Congress just managed to pass the necessary legislation to advance the trade deal to the next state of negotiations. The TPP, an international trade deal representing 40% […]
HILJ Online Symposium: Volumes 54(2) & 55(1) is taking place from Monday, March 31 to Friday, April 4, 2014. The schedule for HILJ Online Symposium: Volumes 54(2) & 55(1) is as follows: Monday, March 31, 2014: Response and Sur-response to Anthea Roberts, State-to-State Investment Treaty Arbitration: A Hybrid Theory of Interdependent Rights and Shared Interpretive […]
2014 HARVARD ILJ SYMPOSIUM The Future of Sovereignty Friday, March 7, 2014 • Noon – 5:30PM Wasserstein Hall 2004 & Hauser 102, Harvard Law School The conference will feature a keynote address and three panels on: Cyber Law International Trade International Intervention For more information on the 2014 symposium, visit https://harvardilj.org/symposium/.