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Coming Home Again: Prisoner Release in Light of the Geneva Convention

By   /  December 3, 2016  /  Featured, International Law, Laws of War / International Humanitarian Law, Torture  /  Comments Off on Coming Home Again: Prisoner Release in Light of the Geneva Convention

By Kara Kozikowski   The face of warfare in the past century has been nothing if not ever evolving. Throughout the past hundred years, armed conflicts have taken a more modern and more irregular form, and the issues that arise from them may not be matters that are easily resolved in the laws of war […]

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UNCLOS Arbitration Award in the South China Sea Dispute

By   /  December 1, 2016  /  Foreign Relations, Law of the Sea, News & Events  /  No Comments

By Ryan Poitras Background: In June 2016, the United Nations’ Permanent Court of Arbitration Tribunal handed out its final award in Philippines v. China. The dispute centers around various islands and maritime zones in the South China Sea, specifically in the Spratly archipelago [1]. China’s “nine-dash line” is based on a map of the South China […]

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Punitive Strikes, Keeping the Seas Safe

By   /  December 1, 2016  /  Featured, International Law, International Security, Law of the Sea, Laws of War / International Humanitarian Law, Trending Topics  /  Comments Off on Punitive Strikes, Keeping the Seas Safe

  By Prescott Heighton Freedom of the seas and their safe navigation has been a fundamental principle of American international relations since the nation’s inception. It ensures the ability of American merchants to access markets overseas, thus helping secure our economy, and ultimately provide security and stability for the nation. The Quasi-War and the Barbary […]

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Sadly, Trump Could Use Executive Authority to Ban Muslims from Entering U.S.

By   /  November 19, 2016  /  Featured, International Law, International Security, National Security Law, National Security Law & Policy, Trending Topics  /  Comments Off on Sadly, Trump Could Use Executive Authority to Ban Muslims from Entering U.S.

By Joshua Arons In a disappointing turn of events, Donald Trump, the recently elected President of the United States could ban Muslims or people from terror ridden countries from entering our country through invoking a provision of the  1952 Immigration and Nationality Act.  Provision 212 (f) of this Act holds that whenever the President finds […]

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Fundamental National Security Flaw in U.S.-Cuba Relations

By   /  November 4, 2016  /  International Security, National Security Law  /  Comments Off on Fundamental National Security Flaw in U.S.-Cuba Relations

The U.S. and Cuba may have a lot in common, yet there is still a critical need to learn from their divergent legal and operational systems for security cooperation.

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