Print Journal

Volume 64, Issue 1

Empty Promises: Peacekeeper Babies and Discretionary Impunity Within the United Nations

By Emma Svoboda

Hidden Power in Global Supply Chains

By Trang (Mae) Nguyen

Expert Governance of Online Speech

Brenda Dvoskin

Reconceptualizing the Party-Appointed Arbitrator and the Meaning of Impartiality

Catherine A. Rogers

Courts Without Separation of Powers: The Case of Judicial Suggestions in China

By Minhao Benjamin Chen & Zhiyu Li


Volume 64, Issue 2

Bend, Don’t Break: China’s Approach to the International Human Rights Order

By Jackson Neagli

State-Academic Lawmaking

By David Hughes and Yahli Shereshevsky

Finance Against Law: The Case of China

By Shitong Qiao

The Wild West of Company-Level Grievance Mechanisms: Drawing Normative Borders to Patrol the Privatization of Human Rights Remedies

By Lisa J. Laplante

From “Space Law” to “Space Governance”: A Policy-Oriented Perspective on International Law and Outer Space Activities

By Dr. Gershon Hasin