Quran

Understanding Why Burning the Qur’an Isn’t Illegal in Sweden Means Looking at the Country’s...

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By Mårten Schultz To people outside Sweden it may seem surprising that police have, on several recent occasions, granted people express permission to burn copies...
UK immigration law

How the UK’s New Immigration Law will Put More People at Risk of Modern...

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By Dr. Alex Balch The UK’s illegal migration bill is set to become law after going back and forth between the two houses of parliament....
UK court

Illegal Migration Bill Can the Government Ignore the European Court of Human Rights

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By Kanstantsin Dzehtsiarou The illegal migration bill has been approved by MPs and now moves to the House of Lords. The controversial bill would make it so...
gender equality

When Employers Reward ‘Ideal’ Workers, Gender Equality Suffers

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By Shireen Kanji  UK deputy prime minister Dominic Raab recently resigned following the publication of a report into workplace complaints about his conduct, including bullying...
Indonesia

Expert Panel: Indonesia’s new Criminal Code Crosses Private Boundaries, is Anti-Democratic, and Can Easily...

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By Nurul Fitri Ramadhani and Robby Irfany Maqoma Indonesian people may still remember the massive protest waves across the country in 2019. Thousands of students and activists took...
Why do so many men get away with rape

Why Do So Many Men Get Away With Rape? Police Officers, Survivors, Lawyers and...

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By John Fox Today in England and Wales, an estimated 300 women will be raped. About 170 of those cases will be reported to the...

The Power of Big Tech Platforms Has Gone Too Far

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By Andreas Kornelakis The shift in the regulatory context globally compels tech giants to become more responsible There is a global shift in policies to curb...
russian federation

The Russian Federation, President Putin and the Russian Military are Financially Liable to Ukraine...

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By Charles H. Camp, Kiran Nasir Gore and Lilia Chu The ongoing crisis prevents the Ukrainian public from accessing judicial remedies in Ukraine or Russia...
The metaverse

The Metaverse: Three Legal Issues We Need to Address

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By Pin Lean Lau The “metaverse” seems to be the latest buzzword in tech. In general terms, the metaverse can be viewed as a form...
Flood

Environmental Disasters are Fuelling Migration — Here’s Why International Law Must Recognize Climate Refugees

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By Daniel L. Huizenga When hurricanes Eta and Iota barrelled into Central America in November 2020, they flooded towns and cities, caused catastrophic losses in...
humanitarian aid

The Legal Implications of Humanitarian Aid Blockades

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By Eugène Bakama Bope It’s been over three months since the start of the conflict between the Tigrayan regional government and the Ethiopian government, yet...

Turning Back Migrant Boats: What Does the International Law of the Sea Say?

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By Hayley Roberts The Home Office has unveiled plans to use “turnback” tactics in the English Channel, with the border force compelling small boats carrying migrants to...
Supreme Court

Sovereigns in the Courtroom: Is the U.S. Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act the Golden Key?

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By Kiran Nasir Gore and Charles H. Camp How can a foreign sovereign be brought into an American courtroom to answer for its bad acts? This...

Understanding Wrongful Death and Accidents

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By Patrick Halliday Death is the most challenging part of life. Losing someone close to you, that you care deeply about, is one of...

Fantastic truths and where to find them: how do judges decide which witnesses to...

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By Sarah Murray and Laura Beagrie It cannot have escaped anyone’s notice that Johnny Depp recently lost his libel claim against the publishers of The...
UK employment law after Brexit

The Government has cancelled its review of workers’ rights – what does this mean...

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By Pia Sanchez On 14 January 2021, barely 2 weeks after the UK and the EU signed the Trade and Cooperation Agreement (TCA) that covers...

The Coronavirus: Business Risks, Liabilities, and Force Majeure in the Face of a Global...

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By Kiran Nasir Gore and Charles H. Camp On January 30, 2020, the World Health Organisation declared the new coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a Public Health...

The Challenges and Importance of Institutions Building in the Developing Countries

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By Dr. Kalim Siddiqui There has been on-going debate about the utility of the ‘free market’ system versus ‘government intervention’ in promoting development policies and...

The Politics of Russian Extraditions

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By Jasvinder Nakhwal and Rachel Cook Russian assurances on prison conditions are highly topical and have been crucial to the UK courts’ decisions in recent...

Rebuilding Infected Economies: Without Deficits, Debt or Taxes

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By Dr Shann Turnbull European national and local governments possess the power to rebuild their infected economies with self-liquidating “Stamp Scrip” money. This could be achieved...

2019 Scorecard: The Trump Effect on Future International Business Disputes

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By Charles H. Camp and Kiran Nasir Gore President Trump is now three-fourths through his initial term as U.S. President. Between the U.S. House of...

United Nations – Celebrating 70 Years of Human Rights – And Condoning 70 Years...

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By Peter Koenig On 14 of May 1948 – Israel declared unilaterally her independence in a foreign land, called Palestine, supported by a UN Resolution sponsored...

Wikipedia as Illustration of the Truth-Seeking Rationale for Freedom of Expression

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By Mark Cenite Empirical evidence for the truth-seeking rationale for freedom of expression – the assertion that truth prevails in a free marketplace of ideas...

A Magna Carta for Inclusivity and Fairness in the Global AI Economy

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By Olaf Groth, Mark Nitzberg and Mark Esposito Machine meritocracy is here. In this article, the authors elaborate on questions of inclusivity, fairness, and governance....

Is Inequality a Clear Infringement of the Human Right to Health?

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By Claudio Schuftan Inequality in health is a morally significant fact in itself. Yet the current status of health inequality trends among and within countries...

The Crisis of Trust in Democracy and Globalisation

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By Graham Vanbergen Crimes of the rich and powerful elite have led to a global crisis of trust. In this article, the author elaborates on...

A Change Must Come: Race and Reform in Workplace Law

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By Phillis H. Rambsy  Racial minorities seeking legal recourse for racial discrimination in the workplace often find that, if the law offers any remedies at all,...

Hate Crime Laws Are a Form of Discrimination

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By James Jacobs In a hierarchy of victims, where do murdered police officers belong? The move to conceptualise attacks on police as hate crime is...

International Law in a Multipolar World

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By Charles Camp And Theresa Bowman From a bipolar world marked by the Cold War between the two major powers, the United States and the...

The Responsibility to Participate: The Problem of Global Engagement in Responding to the...

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By Charles H. Camp and Theresa Bowman Despite the unanimous agreement of United Nations member states to commit as an international community to global humanitarian...

Recognition of Arbitral Awards in the US – US Courts Explore Two Sides of...

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By Theresa Bowman and Charles Camp Charles Camp and Theresa Bowman share their assessment of two important US District Court disagreements regarding the appropriate procedure...

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