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    Freedom of navigation in some of the world’s most uneasy waters was the focus of a conference, May 24, hosted by the Stockton Center for the Study of International Law, U.S. Naval War College (NWC), and attended by legal experts from around the globe. The two-day conference, “Workshop on Freedom of Navigation and the Law ...
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    Dr. Md Rizwanul Islam* Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, an Indian citizen, was sentenced by a Pakistani military court to be hanged for his alleged engagement in espionage and terrorism. The events surrounding his arrest is contested in that while India claims that he has been abducted from Indian territories, Pakistan claims that he has been arrested ...
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    by Victoria A. Espinel* President Trump, who threatened to kill NAFTA on the campaign trail, instead recently pulled the trigger on renegotiating the trade pact. That could have massive ramifications for how the U.S. and its neighbors Canada and Mexico conduct business in the future. The move presents a golden opportunity to create the first ...
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    A federal appeals court upheld an injuction Thursday a ruling blocking President Donald Trump’s travel ban against six Muslim-majority countries. The 10-3 ruling from the 4th US Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court’s decision to halt core portions of the executive order indefinitely. The Trump administration says it plans to appeal to the ...
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    Combatants in most of the world’s military conflicts last year — including Syria, Central African Republic, Afghanistan and Iraq — all too often struck civilians and nonmilitary targets such as schools and medical facilities with deadly consequences, said a report released this week by the United Nations that was the subject of debate Thursday in ...
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    by Olivier Vogel* This analysis first published by Intra Legem on December 2015 On 12 November 2015, the Southern Beirut suburb Burj al-Barajneh suffered its deadliest terrorist attacks since the Ta’if Agreement in 1989 that marked the end of hostilities after 15 years of the Lebanese Civil War.[1] At least 43 people were killed and ...
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