The Journal of International Law and Politics regularly organizes academic symposia at NYU Law School and online. Over the years the journal has brought together countless judges, practitioners, and academics from a variety of disciplines to tackle emerging transnational problems and their legal implications.
Our most recent symposium, “Around the World on One Belt, One Road: Foreign Capital Competition, Human Rights, and Development in the Twenty-First Century,” convened on October 18, 2018. Refer below for information on the event and panelists.
Around the World on One Belt, One Road: Foreign Capital Competition, Human Rights, and Development in the Twenty-First Century
24th Annual Herbert Rubin and Justice Rose Luttan Rubin International Law Symposium
October 18, 2018
NYU School of Law, Greenberg Lounge
Panel 1: The U.S. and the Silk Road: Analyzing Current and Future Implications of China’s Foreign Investment and Finance Practices
- Aaron Halegua (US-ALI Affiliated Scholar)
- Natalie Lichtenstein (former General Counsel, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank)
- Prof. Jerome Cohen (NYU Law)
- Dr. Taisu Zhang (Yale Law)
Panel 2: No Strings Attached? How Differences in Foreign Investment Practices Impact Law, Policy, and Human Rights in Africa and Latin America
- Prof. Stephen Harder (NYU Shanghai, as moderator)
- Dr. William Easterly (NYU)
- Dr. Matthew Erie (Oxford, Hauser Fellow at NYU Law)
- Ying Xia (SJD Candidate, Harvard Law)