Volume 32 - Issue 2

Volume 29, Issue 1

Table of Contents Articles:  Enforcing Socioeconomic Rights in Neoliberal India By Rehan Abeyratne Basic Law: Israel as the Nation State of the Jewish People: Implications for Equality, Self Determination and Social Solidarity By Tamar Hostovsky Brandes Making Children’s Rights Widely Known By Jonathan Todres Notes:  Romani Women’s Right to Water: Bringing Intersectional Discrimination Claims in the E.U.…

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Symposium: Contemporary Issues in Counterterrorism

Contemporary Counterterrorism Issues Symposium University of Minnesota Law School, Room 25 4 November 2019 The Minnesota Journal of International Law and the Human Rights Center invite you to join a symposium entitled “Contemporary Counter-Terrorism Issues”. Counterterrorism law and practice have continued to expand as a pressing issue in international and national law. The full-day symposium…

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Closed for Submissions

The Minnesota Journal of International Law has completed article selections for Volume 25. We will begin accepting submissions for Volume 26 in February, 2016. Thank you for your interest!  

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Staff Members Chosen for Publication

The following Minnesota Journal of International Law staff members were chosen for publication. Kamyar Ghorbanerbrahimi: Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Iran and the Right to Enrich Uranium Cara Tang: Setting Norms: Protections for Surrogacy Mothers in International Commercial Surrogacy Michael Srodoski: Steering for More Trouble? Could the Ruling in United States v. American Express Co. Lead to Further Anti-Trust…

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