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The Editorial Board is excited to announce that NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP) will release its inaugural peer review issue in which all leading articles will be selected with the assistance of leading academics in the field. … Continue reading
China vetoing a February 2012 UN Security Council resolution. China’s engagement with the UN Security Council has received close attention since its veto of UN action in Syria in February 2012. Some commentators have argued that this veto signals the … Continue reading
There is a follow-up discussion today on Opinio Juris in response to the JILP Symposium. Today’s dialogue focuses on the article published in 44:2 by Ryan Goodman. To read the follow up, click here.
The NYU Journal of International Law and Politics is partnering once again with Opinio Juris for an online symposium. The symposium will correspond with the simultaneous release this week of our Vol. 44, No. 2 issue, featuring a ground-breaking piece … Continue reading
The Alien Tort Statute and Corporate Liability: Looking Ahead to the Supreme Court Decision in Kiobel
By: Maria Florencia Librizzi[*] The Supreme Court will soon decide the fate of litigation seeking to hold U.S. corporations accountable under the Alien Tort Statute (ATS) for aiding and abetting human rights abuses overseas. In September 2010, the Second Circuit … Continue reading
Video of our fall symposium, From Rights to Reality: Beth Simmons’s Mobilizing for Human Rights and Its Intersection with International Law, is now available!
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The Fall 2011 issue of the Journal of International Law and Politics will soon be available at our official NYU website. Stay tuned for our online discussion hosted by Opinio Juris featuring reactions from leading scholars to the following three … Continue reading
On October 14, 2011, NYU School of Law will host a symposium entitled “From Rights to Reality: Beth Simmons’s Mobilizing for Human Rights and its Intersection with International Law. The Journal of International Law and Politics is proud to co-sponsor this … Continue reading
Our summer 2011 issue is now available online at our official NYU website. Margaret L. Satterthwaite, Indicators in Crisis: Rights-Based Humanitarian Indicators in Post-Earthquake Haiti, 43 N.Y.U. J. Int’l L. & Pol. 865 (2011). Doreen Lustig, The Nature of the … Continue reading
By Graham Dumas (J.D. Candidate 2011) Philip Alston famously described the use of drones by the U.S. military and the CIA as potentially leading to a “playstation mentality,” in which the human and capital costs of strikes are so decreased … Continue reading