SPECIAL CONTENT
Academic Symposia

International Law vs. Donald Trump: A Reply

by Harold Hongju Koh

Symposium: The Assumptions of Koh’s Transnational Legal Process as Counter-Strategy

by Craig Martin

Symposium: Koh, Trump, Obama – and Jean Baudrillard (Part 2)

by Kevin Jon Heller

Symposium: Koh, Trump, Obama – and Jean Baudrillard (Part 1)

by Kevin Jon Heller

Symposium: The Trump Administration and International Law–Policy in the Shadow of International Law

by Laura Dickinson

Symposium: Law and “Stickiness” in the Times of the Great Unglued

by Frederic Sourgens

Symposium: Advancing International Law Under the Trump Administration–Some Cautionary Thoughts About Litigation

by William S. Dodge

Introducing the Symposium on Harold Hongju Koh’s Washburn Lecture and Article: “The Trump Administration and International Law”

by Craig Martin

Symposium: The Trump Administration and International Law

by Jessica Dorsey

Symposium on Asia and International Law

by Chris Borgen

International Law as Behavior Symposium: An Agenda

by Harlan Cohen

International Law as Behavior Symposium: Playing the Negotiated Choice Architecture Game – Negative/Positive Listing in Services Trade Agreements

by Tomer Broude