Vol. 51 Nbr. 1, March 2019
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- Foreword: International Law and Policy in the Age of Trump.
- The Trump Administration's Approach to International Law and Courts: Are We Seeing a Turn for the Worse?
- Regulatory Cooperation and the Trump Administration.
- Leverage Is Everything: Understanding the Trump Administration's Linkage between Trade Agreements and Unilateral Import Restrictions.
- Elements of Its Own Demise: Key Flaws in the Obama Administration's Domestic Approach to the Iran Nuclear Agreement.
- Exiting Paris: What the Climate Accord Teaches About the Features of Treaties and Executive Agreements.
- Lunch Address: The United States' Role in International Human Rights under the Trump Administration.
- Five Unanswered Questions from Trump v. Hawaii.
- The Trump Administration and Immigration Judges: Decreased Judicial Independence or Increased Efficiency?
- The Current Minefield for Immigration Practitioners: Protecting the Rights of Clients in the Trump Era.
- The Use of Force Against 'Rogue States'.
- Responding to Chemical Weapons Use in Syria.
- The Trump Administration and the International Criminal Court: A Misguided New Policy.
- Use of Force in Humanitarian Crises: Addressing the Limitations of U.N. Security Council Authorization.
- Klatsky Endowed Lecture in Human Rights.
- Talking Foreign Policy: North Korea Summit.
- Talking Foreign Policy: Responding to Rogue States.
- World War Web: Rethinking 'Aiding and Abetting' in the Social Media Age.
- Mens Rea Reform as a Demand-Side Solution to the Problem of Sex Trafficking.
- Time's Up, Councilman: Why Military Commissions Warrant Exemption from Abstention Doctrine.
- Sifting Through the Arbitrators For The Woman, The Minority, The Newcomer.
- Non-Appropriation, No Problem: The Outer Space Treaty Is Ready for Asteroid Mining.