by Amjad Mahmood Khan
The tragic events of the past months, including the Taliban’s murder of 132 schoolchildren in Peshawar, Boko Haram’s mass slaughter of civilians in Nigeria,...
by Harvard International Law Journal
The Harvard International Law Journal invites you to its annual Symposium, to be held Friday, 2/27 from 12-6pm in WCC B010.
This year's installment, titled "Borders and Cross-Border...
by Farshad Ghodoosi
The paradigm that has shaped around economic sanctions suffers from profound contradictions. The aim of this piece is to dissect and deconstruct the sanctions theory, and to show its paradox...
by John D. Haskell
From Kosovo and Iraq to Syria and Crimea, the specter of military intervention is a core theme within international law and policy literature. Rather than address ‘warfare’ and ‘humanitarian...
by Valerio de Oliveira Mazzuoli and Dilton Ribeiro
In its traditional conception, international law regulates relations between sovereign states. This definition is challenged by current developments of international law, especially...