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Volume 51 — Issue 3


The Hidden Costs of Strategic Communications for the International Criminal Court — Megan A. Fairlie


Is the Unilateral Jurisdiction Clause No Longer an Option? Examining Courts’ Justifications for Upholding or Invalidating Asymmetrical or Unilateral Jurisdiction Clauses — Lauren D. Miller

The Problem of Auction Houses and Illicit Antiquities: A Call for a Holistic Solution — Kelly Hill

Volume 51 — Issue 2


Freedom of Movement and Undocumented Migrants — Jaya Ramji-Nogales

Limiting Deterrence: Judicial Resistance to Detention of Asylum-Seekers in Israel and the United States — Michael Kagan

Is Religion Different? Is There a Thumb on the Scale in Refugee Convention Appellate Court Adjudication in the United States? Some Preliminary Thoughts — Michael J. Churgin


Foreign Nationals’ Privacy Interests Under U.S. Foreign Intelligence Law — Brittany May Johnson

Can It Lead from Behind? The European Union’s Struggle to Catch Up in International Investment Policy Making in the Wake of the Lisbon Treaty — Sean McClay

Volume 51 — Issue 1


Business Culture in East Asia and Implications for Competition Law — Jingyuan Ma and Mel Marquis

Public Policy in International Investment Law: The Confluence of the Three Unruly Horses — Nartnirun Junngam


Black Gold in the Black Market: Tackling the Issue of International Oil Smuggling Through Technology, Public Policy, and Internal Corporate Controls — Crystal M. Flinn

The Future of Torture in the United States: The Army Field Manual on Interrogation’s Compliance with the Convention Against Torture — Charity King