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NYILR Winter 2017

Older Editions:

NYILR Vol. 28, No. 2 (Summer 2015)

Articles:

  • International Disputes, the Execution of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the Asia Pacific and Two Case Studies, by Laina Chan
  • Building a Different Kind of Relationship – A Suggested Treaty Between the United States and China, by Ryan Hutzler

Recent Decisions:

  • Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co., by Moya Ball
  • R.B. v. K.G., by Daliya Poulose
  • Georges v. United Nations, by Christina I. Bello
  • Hausler v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., by Daniel A. Gili
  • Rana v. Islam, by Lauren E. Russo
  • Golden Horn Shipping Co. Ltd. v. Volans Shipping Co. Ltd., by Robert J. Burney

NYILR Vol. 28 No. 1 (Winter 2015)

Articles:

  • The Contours of Habeas Corpus After Boumediene v. Bush in the Context of International Law, by Paola Bettelli
  • Enforcing an Expert Determination Award Under the New York Convention, by Marcin Tustin
  • Why We Have International Crimes: The True Scope of International Criminal Law, by Joseph William Davids
  • “Anti-Haitianismo”: From Violence to a Travesty of Justice in the Dominican Republic, by Emily M. Borich

Recent Decisions:

  • L.A.B. v. B.M., by Lauren E. Russo
  • City of Pontiac Policemen’s and Firemen’s Retirement System v. UBS AG, by Daniel Gili
  • Transaero, Inc. v. Graham Chappell and International Aviation Services Pty Ltd., by John I. Coster IV
  • Republic of Argentina v. NML Capital Ltd., by Ashlee Aguiar

 

 

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