J.I.L.P. Online Forum
Volume 52 (2019-2020)
Articles & Notes
Volume 52 – Winter–Spring 2020
- Antonio Cárdenas-Arriola & Tania Manzur, Corruption in Mexico: A Threat to the Rule of Law, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Winter–Spring 2020, at 1.
- Sharona Mann, Legal Challenges in the Realm of Cyber Warfare, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Winter–Spring 2020, at 9.
- Ishita Chakrabarty, Reformulating Rules on Dual Object Targeting, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Winter–Spring 2020, at 24.
The NYU Journal of International Law & Politics is excited to introduce a new component of the Journal: online annotations, short essays written by our own staff editors published on the Online Forum. Traditionally, the Journal of International Law & Politics publishes staff editor book reviews as book annotations in the print editions of the Journal. However, beginning with Volume 52, a portion of our staff editors will publish online annotations instead. In addition to demonstrating the expertise of our staff and encouraging deeper engagement with issues in international law and politics, we hope that our new online annotations program will contribute to the diversity of topics that the Journal covers.
Volume 52, Number 1 – Fall 2019
- Paulina Cohen, Enforcing International Arbitral Awards in U.S. Courts and Personal Jurisdiction: Procedure, Problems, and Strategies, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Fall 2019, at 1.
- Patrick Corcoran, Investing in Security: CFIUS and China after FIRRMA, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Fall 2019, at 7.
- Gabrielle C. Velkes, Breaching the Unknown: Five Lessons from GDPR Article 32 Fines, 52 J. Int’l L. & Pol. Online Forum, Fall 2019, at 14.