The Journal welcomes new and provocative legal issues concerning international law and dispute resolution. The Journal publishes twice a year. A few articles that the Journal has recently published include:

  • The International Law of Migration Within the United States Constitutional Framework by James A. R. Nafziger
  • Making a Difference: The Role of International NGOs in the Evolution of International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (HRHL) by Russy D. Sumariwalla
  • Tokenism Versus Genuine Participation: Children's Parliaments and the Right of the Child to be Heard Under International Law by Aisling Parkes
  • Sometimes the Postman Doesn't Ring at all: Serving Process by Mail to a Post Office Box Abroad by Yvonne A. Tamayo
  • The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: European Slaving Corporations, The Papacy and the Issue of Reparations by Patricia M. Muhammad
  • The Reality of International Adjudication and Arbitration by Judge Stephen W. Schwebel
  • Implementation of the Convention on Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW): The Tanzania Experience by Miriam Zacharia Mahinda
  • International Child Abduction and the Hague Convention: Inconsistencies Between the United States and the United Kingdom - A Call for Amendments by Emily C. Dougherty
  • Let Them Eat Cake: Constitutional Rights to Food by Jesse Burgess
  • Torture: Does the Convention Against Torture Work to Actually Prevent Torture in Practice by States Party to the Convention? by Katharine E. Tate
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