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Ungoverned Spaces, Transnational Crime, and the Prohibition on Extraterritorial Enforcement Jurisdiction in International Law
Driven by internationalization efforts such as those that accompanied the global efforts to combat the illicit drug trade, international law enforcement efforts by the United States have developedExpand
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The French Military Intervention in Mali, Counter-Terrorism, and the Law of Armed Conflict
The recent conflict in Mali underscores that non-state armed groups are increasingly a source of global insecurity. That conflict equally highlights the fact that developing and fragile states inExpand
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Counterterrorism and the Comparative Law of Investigative Detention
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A Closer Look at Iraqi Property and Tort Law
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The Civil Codes of Libya and Syria: Hybridity, Durability, and Post-Revolution Viability in the Aftermath of the Arab Spring
The Arab Spring sent shockwaves through the political landscape of the Middle East and North Africa and upended long-standing authoritarian regimes throughout the region in rapid succession. AmongExpand
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Human Rights and Military Decisions: Counterinsurgency and Trends in the Law of International Armed Conflict
The past several decades have seen a Copernican shift in the paradigm of armed conflict, which the traditional Law of International Armed Conflict (LOIAC) canon has not fully matched. Standing out inExpand
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Non-State Armed Groups and the Role of Transnational Criminal Law During Armed Conflict
With the ascendance of the terrorist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), the international community has struggled to adapt to the new international security context. Among theExpand
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