Stranglehold Refoulment: Fear of Constructively Forced Returns of Burmese Refugees as Consequence of Thailand’s Combined Human Rights Violations

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The Legitimacy of Informal Constitutional Amendment and the “Reinterpretation” of Japan’s War Powers

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Refugee Reception and Perception: U.S. Detention Camps and German Welcome Centers

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The Culture War: A Look at the Cultural Exception Principle in International Trade Law

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Who Starved for that Smartphone?: Limitations of the SEC’s Approach to the Congolese Conflict Minerals Trade Problem and the Need for the European Union to Better Address its Associated Human Rights Abuses

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“So Close, Yet So Far”: The United States Follows the Lead of the European Union in Mandating GMO Labeling. But Did It Go Far Enough?

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Does Every Cloud Have a Silver Lining?: Brexit, Repeal of the Human Rights Act and the Northern Ireland Bill of Rights

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