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John Balouziyeh
Israël, la Palestine et la Cour pénale internationale

Israël, la Palestine et la Cour pénale internationale Par John M. B. Balouziyeh, Esq. 1. Introduction Avec la résolution A/67/L.28 à propos du statut de la Palestine à l'Organisation des Nations Unies (O.N...

John Balouziyeh
Palestinian Statehood under International Law

Palestinian Statehood under International Law An Analysis and Discussion by John M. B. Balouziyeh, Esq. 1. Introduction General Assembly Resolution A/67/L.28 on the Status of Palestine at the United Nations was adopted on November 29, 2012...

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Mediation of Multi-Party Maritime Cases

by Robert S. Glenn Jr. A colleague called me a few years ago seeking a referral. He was looking for a mediator with a rather unique set of characteristics. The mediator should be able to speak Portuguese, be familiar with contracts of affreightment...

Chelsea Swanson
They Can’t Have it Both Ways: Why States Cannot Fight Sex Trafficking While Simultaneously Legalizing Prostitution

The following is an excerpt from a law student note by Chelsea Swanson, 2015 J.D. candidate at the University of Georgia. Footnotes have been omitted. A .pdf version of the entire note, including footnotes, can be downloaded from the link below the post...

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Anti-Money Laundering -- Dealing with Politically Exposed Persons

by Prof. William H. Byrnes IV and Dr. Robert J. Munro Introduction A Politically Exposed Person (PEP) is a person that has been delegated with a powerful, foreign public position either formerly or currently. Family members and close associates...

John Balouziyeh
Book Review: International Criminal Procedure: Principles and Rules

Authors: Göran Sluiter (ed.), Håkan Friman (ed.), Suzannah Linton (ed.), Sergey Vasiliev (ed.), Salvatore Zappalà (ed.) “A monumental study that consolidates and organizes the rules governing the burgeoning field of international...