skip to Main Content

Around the World on One Belt, One Road: Foreign Capital Competition, Human Rights, and Development in the Twenty-First Century

24th Annual Herbert Rubin and Justice Rose Luttan Rubin International Law Symposium

October 18, 2018

NYU School of Law, Greenberg Lounge


Panel 1: The U.S. and the Silk Road: Analyzing Current and Future Implications of China’s Foreign Investment and Finance Practices


  • Aaron Halegua (US-ALI Affiliated Scholar)
  • Natalie Lichtenstein (former General Counsel, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank)
  • Prof. Jerome Cohen (NYU Law)
  • Dr. Taisu Zhang (Yale Law)

Keynote Address by Scott Morris, Center for Global Development. Text of the speech is available here

Panel 2: No Strings Attached? How Differences in Foreign Investment Practices Impact Law, Policy, and Human Rights in Africa and Latin America


  • Prof. Stephen Harder (NYU Shanghai, as moderator)
  • Dr. William Easterly (NYU)
  • Dr. Matthew Erie (Oxford, Hauser Fellow at NYU Law)
  • Ying Xia (SJD Candidate, Harvard Law


Thank you to our sponsors:

Back To Top