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Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

Preview: A Conflict of Diamonds:The Kimberley Process and Zimbabwe’s Marange Diamond Fields

As Volume 40, Issue 4 of the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy heads off to the printers, we’re previewing articles in that issue.  Here is A Conflict of Diamonds:The Kimberley Process and Zimbabwe’s Marange Diamond Fields, by Julie Nichols. In 2003, the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (“KPCS”) entered into force as a novel approach to […]

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Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

Preview: Science Fiction No More: Cyber Warfare and the United States

As Volume 40, Issue 4 of the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy heads off to the printers, we are previewing some of the articles.  Here is a look at Science Fiction No More: Cyber Warfare and the United States, by Cassandra Kirsch. Faced with the increased propensity for cyber tools to damage state computer networks […]

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Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

Preview: Towards a More Realistic Vision of Corporate Social Responsibility Through the Lens of the Lex Mercatoria

As Volume 40, Issue 4 of the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy is off to the printers, we are previewing the articles contained within.  Here is a brief overview of Towards a More Realistic Vision of Corporate Social Responsibility Through the Lens of the Lex Mercatoria, by Jon Bellish. Globalization has led to a shift in […]

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Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

Preview: The Trouble with Westphalia in Outer Space

Volume 40, Issue 4 of the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy is off to the printers. Here is a preview of one of the articles, The Trouble with Westphalia in Space: The State-Centric Liability Regime, by Dan St. John. What happens when a satellite owned by a private company in one state crashes into a bit […]

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