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Opinio Juris Online Symposium for Vol. 45, No. 1

The NYU Journal of International Law and Politics is proud to once again partner with Opinio Juris for an online symposium around Jenia Iontcheva Turner’s article, Policing International Prosecutors. Over the next two days, a number of scholars will be responding to Professor Turner’s article that was published in our Volume 45, No. 1 issue.

To follow that dialogue, please visit to Opinio Juris.

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Arbitration and Right of Access to Justice: Tips for a Successful Marriage

The arbitration, a form of private justice paid by the parties, and the right of access to justice regardless the financial obstacles guaranteed by the European Convention of Human Rights are predetermined to have a difficult relationship. Nevertheless, their “marriage”…

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JILP Achievement in Marden Competition

Congratulations to JILP Managing Editing Harold Williford for outstanding success in the Orison S. Marden Moot Court Competition.  Based on his combined brief and oral argument score, he will be among the twelve competitors advancing to the Spring Semi-Final Round.  In addition, Harold is…

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FDI Moot Team Achieves Success with JILP Members

NYU reached the semi-finals at the 2012 Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot in Boston, Massachusetts.  The Journal of International Law & Politics had four members on the team with Wonjoo Choe, Matthew Delja, Benjamin Guthrie, and Rebecca Shieh participating.  Matthew received…

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NYU’s Journal of International Law and Politics Announces Inaugural Peer Reviewed Issue

The Editorial Board is excited to announce that NYU's Journal of International Law and Politics (JILP) will release its inaugural peer review issue in which all leading articles will be selected with the assistance of leading academics in the field. …

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Chinese Attitudes to International Law: China, the Security Council, Sovereignty, and Intervention

China vetoing a February 2012 UN Security Council resolution. China’s engagement with the UN Security Council has received close attention since its veto of UN action in Syria in February 2012. Some commentators have argued that this veto signals the…

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