Archive for
September, 2007

Michael Medved, Slave Labor, and the Holocaust

by Kevin Jon Heller

UNCLOS at the SFRC

by Duncan Hollis

Does the Palestinian Authority Enjoy Sovereign Immunity?

by Roger Alford

Three Cheers for the Clinton Global Initiative

by Roger Alford

Meet the New Naturalization Test, Same as the Old Naturalization Test

by Peter Spiro

Ip on the Detention of Terrorist Suspects

by Kevin Jon Heller

The Role of Constitutional “Terroir”

by Roger Alford

Why Its OK to Club Baby Seals: Canada Prepares WTO Case Defending Seal Fur Industry

by Julian Ku

Revised Essay on SSRN (UPDATED)

by Kevin Jon Heller

The Definition of Gall

by Kevin Jon Heller

The Sudan Sues Amnesty International for “Defamation”

by Kevin Jon Heller

Does Mitt Romney Want the U.S. to Join the ICC?

by Julian Ku

Is International Law Teleological?

by Roger Alford

Governor Schwarzenegger’s Foreign Policy

by Duncan Hollis

Military Appeals Court Rejects Challenge to MCA Procedures

by Julian Ku

Foggy Bottom Bloggers

by Roger Alford

Can New York Keep Iran’s President from Visiting Ground Zero?

by Julian Ku

You Too Can Become a Micro-Lender

by Roger Alford

Trouble Brewing in the ICTY’s Office of the Prosecutor!

by Kevin Jon Heller

Problems with ICTR Transfers to National Jurisdictions

by Kevin Jon Heller

In Defense of the United Nations (at least in Cambodia)

by Julian Ku

Law of the Sea Arbitral Tribunal Rules in Favor of Guyana Over Suriname

by Julian Ku

ICC Chief Prosecutor Complains About Lack of Political Support for Darfur Arrest Warrants

by Julian Ku

“Plus ça change”: UN Watch Calls the UN Human Rights Council Out, Again

by Peggy McGuinness

Blogging Ideas & Student Law Review Notes

by Duncan Hollis

American Exceptionalism and the Curse of Dimensionality

by Roger Alford

The Congressman from the 1st Overseas District

by Peter Spiro

New Review Essay on SSRN

by Kevin Jon Heller

SSRN is the Tortoise, Not the Hare

by Kevin Jon Heller

Quivering Before (International) Law: The Terrified Presidency

by Peter Spiro

Ban Ki Moon Did Mention the ICC While in the Sudan

by Kevin Jon Heller

“Brother Number 2” Arrested in Cambodia

by Kevin Jon Heller

You Really Can Buy Anything on Ebay: Even the Kingdom of Belgium

by Julian Ku

Jack Goldsmith’s The Terror Presidency

by Peter Spiro

Romeo Dallaire’s Open Letter on Darfur

by Kevin Jon Heller

When Universal Norms Collide

by Roger Alford

The Middle Kingdom Strikes Back: China Files WTO Case Against the U.S.

by Julian Ku

Thanks to Guest-Blogger John McGinnis

by Julian Ku

Corporations for International Law!

by Peter Spiro

The Sad Case of Sami al-Haj

by Kevin Jon Heller

When A Treaty Works — The Montreal Protocol Turns 20

by Duncan Hollis

Summing up: International Law v. American Law

by John McGinnis

Novus Ordo Seclorum

by Roger Alford

Enthusiasm for the Right of Migration

by John McGinnis

Responding to the Globalization Backlash

by Roger Alford

Varieties of American Exceptionalism

by John McGinnis

Varieties of International Law Skepticism

by John McGinnis

Thank You to Guest Blogger Kristen Boon

by Chris Borgen

The Limited Upside of Congressional Support for War on Terror Policies

by Julian Ku

Who Are “The Real Tyrannical Terrorists”?

by Roger Alford

Losing the Law Wars

by John McGinnis

Rawlsian Justifications for Humanitarian Intervention

by Roger Alford

A World War Violation of the Geneva Convention

by John McGinnis

Second Life Symposium on Interrogation & the Constitution

by Kristen Boon

Welcome to Guest Blogger John McGinnis

by Julian Ku

More Evidence that the ICC and Peace in Darfur Don’t Mix

by Julian Ku

Noriega is Down to His Last Appeal

by Julian Ku

Searching International Law’s Founding Fathers

by Roger Alford

Human Rights Watch Reports on “Israeli Indiscriminate Attacks”

by Roger Alford

Failed Microsoft Diplomacy

by Peter Spiro

Happy Day for a Jurist (and Her Proteges)

by Peter Spiro

Upcoming Seton Hall Conference on Post-Conflict Reconstruction

by Kristen Boon

Update: The UN’s Peacebuilding Commission

by Kristen Boon

Noriega Wins A Stay of Extradition to France

by Julian Ku

Peru Will Not Ratify Law of the Sea Treaty

by Julian Ku

Welcome to the Blogosphere

by Duncan Hollis

NY Times Profiles Jack Goldsmith

by Roger Alford

Microcredit & Economic Recovery

by Kristen Boon

Another Good Reason Mario Cuomo Never Became President

by Julian Ku

Terrorism and The Extraterritorial Application of State Tort Laws

by Roger Alford

Hello! ICJ? Remember that Uruguay-Argentina Pulp Mill Dispute?

by Julian Ku

The Need for Female Peacekeepers

by Kevin Jon Heller

Will the Law of the Sea Treaty Sink the U.S. Navy?

by Julian Ku