Shield or Weapon? The Abuse of India’s Dowry Laws

Posted by on Jul 13, 2012 in International Law

By Isra Syed, From Volume 2, Issue 2 n recent years, India has been on the minds of many people—common associations are burgeoning...

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Homosexual Rights in Israel: Balancing the Religious and the Secular

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in International Law

By Sam Greenberg, From Volume 2, Issue 2 The laws surrounding homosexuality provide a unique case study for examining how the forces of a...

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Wirelessly Entangled: Information and Communication Technology Companies, Conflict Zones, and the Law

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in International Law

By Cameron Rotblat, From Volume 2, Issue 2 With over 60% of the world’s population owning a mobile phone, information and communica- tion...

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Spot the Hacker: Combating Cyberwarfare under the International Rule of Law

Posted by on Jul 12, 2012 in International Law

By Bradley Cho, From Volume 2, Issue 1 The days when cyber attacks were discredited as minor nuisances are rapidly coming to an end. In...

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To Professionalize or Not to Professionalize? The Past, Present and Future of the Chinese Legal System

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Features, International Law

By Marissa Benavides, From Volume 1, Issue 2 As the Chinese Communist Party continues to project its power across the world, it struggles...

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Across a Great Wall: Censorship and the Experience of Cinema in the People’s Republic of China

Posted by on Jul 10, 2012 in Features, International Law

By Grayson Clary, From Volume 1, Issue 2 Increasingly, Western societies in general and the United States in particular have become...

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