The 2024 Harvard International Law Symposium: Bretton Woods 3.0? The Future of International Economic Law

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Reassessing Enforcement: Strengthening Compliance with International Law

2023 HILJ Symposium

Highlights from the 2023 Symposium

Judge Iwasawa of the International Court of Justice Delivers the Keynote Address

Judge Iwasawa’s remarks will appear in Volume 45(1) of the Harvard International Law Journal print edition.

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