Migration (or) How putting up walls does not make sense

Migration has been a key issue in international law. The Syrian crisis has only catalyzed the influx of migrants. With…

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The Khashoggi Affair

What international law can tell us. Jay Sanklecha The global outrage following the death and likely murder of the former…

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The 2015 Model Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT): The timing may just be right

Rebuttal Rounds This is part of a September Feature at Legally Flawed, where writers choose an article and try to…

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Should we Identify a Minimum Core for Socio-Economic Rights? ā€“ A Rejoinder to Bilchitz

Rebuttal Rounds This is part of a September Feature at Legally Flawed, where writers choose an article and try to…

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Undocumented Immigrant Children: A Cry for Help (Part 2)

Earlier this week, I talked about how almost 1500 undocumented children had been lost by the US Federal Agency while…

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