Volume 32 - Issue 2

G7 Fails to Agree to Additional Russian Sanctions

By Tim Peel, Articles Editor Following an allegedly deadly chemical weapon attack in the Syrian rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun that killed 80 and injured hundreds more last week,[1] The U.S. and U.K. had planned to push for additional punitive sanctions against Russia at a G7 meeting this week.[2] While there is no evidence of…

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“Sullivan-Plus” Principles as Applied to Ukraine

Vilena Nicolet, MJIL Staff Member The brutal annexation of Crimea by Russia caused uproar in the international community. However, the attempts to remedy the situation failed—Crimea has become part of Russia and left the world cartographers such as Google Maps with a struggle on how to make “everyone” happy drafting politically neutral maps.[1] How come…

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