Recent Developments is an online companion to the Emory International Law Review containing essays that highlight new and emerging issues in the international law landscape.

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Submissions from 2021

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Show Your Religion, Claim Your Citizenship: The Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019, Ishita Chakrabarty

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Automation and the International Human Right to Work, Martin Kwan

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Prosecuting Crimes Against Culture: The Contributions of the Al-Mahdi and Ntaganda Cases to the ICC Approach to Cultural Property Protections, Samira Mathias

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Preserving the Environment By Serving the Notion of Common Good: Toward a Responsible Investment, Matin Pedram

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Cross-Border E-Discovery: Production of ESI from Chinese Entities, Julie Sher

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LaFarge's Case Cemented: Holding Corporations Liable for Crimes Against Humanity, Madeline Young

Submissions from 2020

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Coming Out & Catching Up: An International Review of Workplace Protections for the Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Communities, Clinton Ford

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State Obligations Under Public International Law During Pandemics, Michaela S. Halpern

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A Legal Pluralist Approach to Migration Control: Norm Compliance in a Globalized World, Jenny Poon

Submissions from 2019

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Review Essay: The EU in Transition and Its Ramifications for Bosnia and Herzegovina, Philip C. Aka

Submissions from 2018

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The Human Costs of Exiting and Revising Trade and Investment Agreements: Local Community Interests, Human Rights, and Global Politics, Diane A. Desierto

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The Myth of U.N. Collective Security, Mohamed S. Helal

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Revealing State Secrets: An Analysis of the Tension Between National Security and Government Transparency, Adam Marshall

Submissions from 2017

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President Trump and the Future of Multilateralism, Kristen Boon

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How May the United States Leverage Its FATCA IGA Bilateral Process To Incentivize Good Tax Administrations Among the World of Black Hat and Grey Hat Governments?: A Carrot & Stick Policy Proposal, William Byrnes

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From Playground to Prison: A Comparison of the United States' and India's Transfer Policies, Alixandria Davis

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Seize the Sea: The Territorial Conflict Between the United States and China Over Military Operations in the South China Sea, Julie Franki

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Sticker Shock: Standards and Disputes of GMO Food Labeling, David A. Hutchison

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Advancing Digitization in Intellectual Property: How the E-Sign Act is Failing, Nicholas Marais

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Is the Law of Treaties an Obstacle or a Conduit for the Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement?, Brian McGarry and Josef Ostřanský

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Brexit and International Law: Disentangling Legal Orders, Jed Odermatt

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The Looming Demise of the ICC's Complementarity Principle: Israel, U.S. Interests, and the Court's Future, Adam Oler

Submissions from 2016

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Promise Despite Overreach in Marshall Islands v. United States, Katherine Maddox Davis

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The First Amendment and the Claim That Muslim Emigrants Be Denied Entrance into the United States, Vincent J. Samar

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Economists as Arbitrators, J. Gregory Sidak

Submissions from 2015

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Did Israel Violate International Humanitarian Law During Operation Protective Edge?, Pat Andriola

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National Case Law as a Generator of International Refugee Law: Rectifying an Imbalance within UNHCR Guidelines on International Protection, Cecilia M. Bailliet

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The Use of International Law by the United Nations Security Council: An Empirical Framework for Analysis, Rossana Deplano

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Enhanced Interrogation, the Report on Rendition, Detention, and Interrogation, and the Return of Kriegsraison, Benjamin R. Farley

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Reaffirming the Role of Human Rights in a Time of "Global" Armed Conflict, Jonathan Horowitz

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An International Human Right to Self-Sufficiency, Haley Palfreyman Jankowski

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Save the Children: The Eighth Circuit Correctly Applies the Grave Risk Defense in Acosta v. Acosta, Liz LaFoe

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Worldwide Accountability: The WTO's Failure To Create an Infrastructure that Delivers Pharmaceutical Drugs to Developing Countries, Arun J. Mohan

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Crossing the Red Line: The Role of U.S. Intelligence Information and Evidentiary Standards in the Inspection of Syria's Chemical Weapons, Leah Paisner