Why Ratification of the U.N. Convention of the Law of the Sea May Violate Article III of the U.S. Constitution
By Julian G. Ku

Snoozing Democracy: Sunset Clauses, De-Juridification, and Emergencies
By Antonios Kouroutakis & Sofia Ranchordas

Hurting More than Helping: How the Marshall Islands’ Seeming Bravery Against the Major Powers Only Stands to Maim the Legitimacy of the World Court
By Katherine Maddox Davis

Agreeing to Disagree: The Primacy Debate Between the German Federal Constitutional Court and the European Court of Justice 
By John Henry Dingfelder Stone

Steering for More Trouble? Could the Ruling in United States v. American Express Co. Lead to Further Antitrust Enforcement Actions in Europe?
By Michael Srodoski

Setting Norms: Protections for Surrogates in International Commercial Surrogacy
By Xinran “Cara” Tang

The Right of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Enrich Uranium
By Kamyar Ghorbanebrahimi