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Recognizing And Enforcing Foreign Nation Judgments: The United States And Europe Compared And Contrasted - A Call For Revised Legislation In Florida, Juan Carlos Martinez 2024 Florida State University

Recognizing And Enforcing Foreign Nation Judgments: The United States And Europe Compared And Contrasted - A Call For Revised Legislation In Florida, Juan Carlos Martinez

Florida State University Journal of Transnational Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Regulating Food Waste Management In Indonesia: Do We Need An Omnibus Law (Again)?, Ni Gusti Ayu Dyah Satyawati, I Nyoman Suyatna, Putu Gede Arya Sumerta Yasa, I Dewa Gede Palguna, Nadeeka Rajaratnam 2024 Udayana University, Faculty of Law

Regulating Food Waste Management In Indonesia: Do We Need An Omnibus Law (Again)?, Ni Gusti Ayu Dyah Satyawati, I Nyoman Suyatna, Putu Gede Arya Sumerta Yasa, I Dewa Gede Palguna, Nadeeka Rajaratnam

Indonesia Law Review

Indonesia was regarded to be the world's second-largest food loss and waste-producing country. Food waste contributes the most significant amount in Indonesia compared to other types of waste. This paper aims to discuss three legal issues. First, it identifies, in descriptive-normative means, the legal framework regulating food waste, which is the intersection of two legal regimes: 'the food management' and 'the waste and environmental management”. Second, it presents a comparative study by exploring the more advanced food waste legal frameworks, which take examples from Europe. The third objective is to recommend legal, institutional, and policy steps to mainstream food waste …


The Preservation Of Marine Fisheries Resources Within Asean Nations’ Eez, Ida Kurnia 2024 Faculty of Law, Universitas Tarumanagara, Indonesia

The Preservation Of Marine Fisheries Resources Within Asean Nations’ Eez, Ida Kurnia

Indonesia Law Review

The preservation of marine fisheries resources within ASEAN nations’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) is an urgent and pressing challenge requiring collaborative efforts from all ASEAN nations. Challenges such as illegal fishing, climate change, and lack of coordination between ASEAN nations may cause damage to marine biota food chain, especially marine fisheries in Southeast Asia region. To solve this conundrum, collaboration between ASEAN nations pose as the key solution. The research method used in this study is normative juridical approach by analyzing primary legal materials such as International Agreements and other international laws & sources. Further analysis was also …


The Development Of International Law In Relation To Crimes Against Humanity, Nikki Redelijk 2024 Pepperdine University

The Development Of International Law In Relation To Crimes Against Humanity, Nikki Redelijk

Global Tides

This paper will look at the development of international law in relation to crimes against humanity. First, juridically applied at the Nuremberg Trials, crimes against humanity has historically offered a compelling juxtaposition between naturalist and positivist law. Hence, this paper attempts to shed light on these juxtapositions, as seen by the respective arguments taken up by the Allies and Germany at Nuremberg. Likewise, this paper will illustrate the complexities within the definition itself. Finally, this paper will clarify the differing definitions taken up at the various tribunals following Nuremberg, leading up to the Rome Statute. It is a hope, that …


Proportionalities, Youngjae Lee 2024 Fordham Law School

Proportionalities, Youngjae Lee

Notre Dame Law Review Reflection

“Proportionality” is ubiquitous. The idea that punishment should be proportional to crime is familiar in criminal law and has a lengthy history. But that is not the only place where one encounters the concept of proportionality in law and ethics. The idea of proportionality is important also in the self-defense context, where the right to defend oneself with force is limited by the principle of proportionality. Proportionality plays a role in the context of war, especially in the idea that the military advantage one side may draw from an attack must not be excessive in relation to the loss of …


Disputed Territories Across The Globe: A Future Of Peace Or Change?, Angelica Paquette 2024 Emory University School of Law

Disputed Territories Across The Globe: A Future Of Peace Or Change?, Angelica Paquette

Emory International Law Review Symposia

No abstract provided.


Disputed Territories Across The Globe: A Future Of Peace Or Change?, Angelica Paquette 2024 Emory University School of Law

Disputed Territories Across The Globe: A Future Of Peace Or Change?, Angelica Paquette

Emory International Law Review Symposia

No abstract provided.


Existing Challenges And Possible Pathways For Case Success In Climate Litigation With Human Rights Claims, Daniel Ziebarth 2024 St. Mary's University

Existing Challenges And Possible Pathways For Case Success In Climate Litigation With Human Rights Claims, Daniel Ziebarth

St. Mary's Law Journal

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The World Health Organization Was Born As A Normative Agency: Seventy-Five Years Of Global Health Law Under Who Governance, Lawrence O. Gostin, Benjamin Mason Meier, Safura Abdool Karim, Judith Bueno de Mesquita, Gian Luca Burci, Danwood Chirwa, Alexandra Finch, Eric A. Friedman, Roojin Habibi, Sam F. Halabi, Tsung-Ling Lee, Brigit Toebes, Pedro Villarreal 2024 Georgetown University - Law Center - O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law

The World Health Organization Was Born As A Normative Agency: Seventy-Five Years Of Global Health Law Under Who Governance, Lawrence O. Gostin, Benjamin Mason Meier, Safura Abdool Karim, Judith Bueno De Mesquita, Gian Luca Burci, Danwood Chirwa, Alexandra Finch, Eric A. Friedman, Roojin Habibi, Sam F. Halabi, Tsung-Ling Lee, Brigit Toebes, Pedro Villarreal

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

The World Health Organization (WHO) was born as a normative agency and has looked to global health law to structure collective action to realize global health with justice. Framed by its constitutional authority to act as the directing and coordinating authority on international health, WHO has long been seen as the central actor in the development and implementation of global health law. However, WHO has faced challenges in advancing law to prevent disease and promote health over the past 75 years, with global health law constrained by new health actors, shifting normative frameworks, and soft law diplomacy. These challenges were …


Cardozo International And Comparative Law Review Presents: Disability Justice Under International Human Rights Law, Cardozo International and Comparative Law Review, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law 2024 Yeshiva University, Cardozo School of Law

Cardozo International And Comparative Law Review Presents: Disability Justice Under International Human Rights Law, Cardozo International And Comparative Law Review, Benjamin N. Cardozo School Of Law

Flyers 2023-2024

No abstract provided.


Walking The Tightrope: Protecting Research From Foreign Exploitation While Fostering Relationships With Foreign Scientists, C. John Cox 2024 Saint Louis University School of Law

Walking The Tightrope: Protecting Research From Foreign Exploitation While Fostering Relationships With Foreign Scientists, C. John Cox

SLU Law Journal Online

In response to extensive foreign efforts to take advantage of U.S. scientific research, especially by the People’s Republic of China, the United States has taken steps to protect its scientific and technology efforts. Although steps to prevent foreign government exploitation of U.S. research are reasonable and justified, the United States should be cognizant of these actions' impact on collaboration with foreign scientists. It is in the interest of the United States to effect policy that fosters relationships with foreign scientists rather than push them away.


Humour, A Meditation, John Henry Schlegel 2024 University of Buffalo, School of Law

Humour, A Meditation, John Henry Schlegel

Dalhousie Law Journal

Back in 1987 when Critical Legal Studies was still “hot,” I was shopping a piece that was a long review essay on Laura Kalman’s history, Legal Realism at Yale. An acquaintance who was on that faculty invited me to present the piece—which I am still quite proud of—at the workshop he was running. Owen Fiss was the first person to ask a question. He wanted to know whether the piece was “serious” work or whether it was just an elaborate joke. Surprised and bewildered by the question, I answered, “Both.” In response he asserted that unless it were one or …


Show And Tell, Liam McHugh-Russell 2024 Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law

Show And Tell, Liam Mchugh-Russell

Dalhousie Law Journal

...to break the rules wisely, you have to know the rules well.

–Le Guin, Steering the Craft

I finished my doctorate in June of 2019. Most of my waking hours that late summer and early fall were spent writing and rewriting cover letters, teaching statements, and research agendas (and equity statements, long CVs, short CVs, etc.)—all the variegated materials demanded from applicants to tenure-track positions in North American law faculties. Writing those materials, and integrating the feedback on early drafts that I received from a host of generous peers and colleagues, became an accidental study in the principal subtext of …


Why The Multilateral Investment Court Is A Bad Idea For Africa, Akinwumi Ogunranti 2024 University of Manitoba, Robson Hall

Why The Multilateral Investment Court Is A Bad Idea For Africa, Akinwumi Ogunranti

Dalhousie Law Journal

The UNCITRAL Working Group III (WG III) is discussing procedural reforms in the investor state dispute settlement system (ISDS). The ISDS framework is criticized on various grounds, including arbitrator bias, lack of transparency, and inconsistent arbitral decisions. One of the recent reform proposals before the WG III is the possibility of a multilateral investment court (MIC). This proposal is championed by European Union states and supported by Canada. The proposal recommends replacing ISDS’ Ad hoc investment tribunals with an established and permanent court where states appoint judges. This paper examines the MIC reform option and argues that replacing the ISDS …


International Governance Of Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal: Recent Developments And Future Directions, Romany M. Webb 2024 Columbia Law School, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law

International Governance Of Ocean-Based Carbon Dioxide Removal: Recent Developments And Future Directions, Romany M. Webb

Sabin Center for Climate Change Law

With the impacts of climate change intensifying, and progress in reducing the greenhouse gas emissions that cause it continuing to lag, the parties to the Paris Climate Agreement have emphasized the need to accelerate efforts to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, while simultaneously curbing emissions. As the parties have recognized, the ocean is already a major carbon sink, and could play an important role in future carbon dioxide removal (“CDR”) efforts. Scientists have proposed a variety of ocean-based CDR approaches, but most require further research to fully evaluate their efficacy, benefits, and risks. In-ocean testing of the approaches, and …


Advisory Opinion On Climate Change: Summary Of Written Observations Submitted To The Inter-American Court Of Human Rights (Part 1), Maria Antonia Tigre 2024 Columbia Law School, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law

Advisory Opinion On Climate Change: Summary Of Written Observations Submitted To The Inter-American Court Of Human Rights (Part 1), Maria Antonia Tigre

Sabin Center for Climate Change Law

On January 9, 2023, the Foreign Ministers of Chile and Colombia requested an advisory opinion from the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR) on the scope of state obligations for responding to the climate emergency under the frame of international human rights law and, specifically, under the American Convention on Human Rights. Within this context, the IACtHR received a total of 255 amicus brief submissions.

This report includes summaries of the amicus briefs submitted to the Court. Due to the number of submissions received and the short timeframe prior to the hearings, the report is divided into parts. This first …


Reinterpreting Article 9 Of Japanese Constitutional Law From The International Law Perspective, Hiroshi Saito 2024 Toyo University

Reinterpreting Article 9 Of Japanese Constitutional Law From The International Law Perspective, Hiroshi Saito

Japanese Society and Culture

This essay aims to demonstrate that the right of collective self-defense complements that of individual self-defense. Moreover, by exercising both rights of self-defense together, the ideals of the United Nations (UN) Charter and Japanese constitutional law can be implemented as stipulated.

However, this essay focuses on ensuring better consistency with the present time (synchronicity) rather than historical facts (historicity). Additionally, I have cited cases wherein the ideas and theories presented are controversial in academic circles. I cannot discuss them individually in this essay owing to space limitations, but I will consider them in a future opportunity. Finally, I would like …


The 2024 International Advocate For Peace Award Ceremony Honoring Dr. Richard Haass, Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution invites you, International Advocate For Peace 2024 Yeshiva University, Cardozo School of Law

The 2024 International Advocate For Peace Award Ceremony Honoring Dr. Richard Haass, Cardozo Journal Of Conflict Resolution Invites You, International Advocate For Peace

Event Invitations 2024

The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution will present this year’s award to Dr. Richard Haass, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations and Senior Counselor with Centerview Partners. Dr. Haass chaired the multiparty negotiations in Northern Ireland that provided the 2014 Stormont House Agreement, earning him the 2013 Tipperary International Peace Award. Dr. Haass also served as the Director of Policy Planning of the U.S. Department of State under Secretary Powell from 2001 to 2003 during which he played a pivotal role in shaping U.S. foreign policy and addressing global challenges. He is the author or editor of fourteen …


The 2024 International Advocate For Peace Award Ceremony Honoring Dr. Richard Haass, The Cardozo Journal of Conflict Resolution, International Advocate For Peace 2024 Yeshiva University, Cardozo School of Law

The 2024 International Advocate For Peace Award Ceremony Honoring Dr. Richard Haass, The Cardozo Journal Of Conflict Resolution, International Advocate For Peace

Flyers 2023-2024

No abstract provided.


Financing Reforms To Meet A Pivotal Moment In Global Health, Kevin A. Klock, Alexandra Finch, Lawrence O. Gostin 2024 Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

Financing Reforms To Meet A Pivotal Moment In Global Health, Kevin A. Klock, Alexandra Finch, Lawrence O. Gostin

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

2024 will be the most important moment for global health since the World Health Organization’s founding in 1948, but only if states give major reforms their full political and financial backing. Bold new commitments in disease surveillance, capacity building, and more equitable access to health products cannot be achieved without ample and sustainable funding. In this essay, we discuss major reforms found in the emerging pandemic agreement and reformed International Health Regulations and then explore the significant challenges and opportunities for financing them.


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