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The Right to a Healthy Environment

The basic premise is that everyone deserves to live in an environment that does not harm their well-being and provides an adequate standard of living. Currently, the right to a healthy environment is not one that is internationally recognized as a human right. There are skeptics that claim that the environment and human rights are […]

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DU’s Foreign Direct Investment Moot Team Travels to Argentina To Compete

The Foreign Direct Investment (“FDI”) International Arbitration Moot competition this year was in Buenos Aires, Argentina at the stunning Facultad de Derecho at the Universidad de Buenos Aries. Four students from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law (“SCOL”) competed in this event as one team. The FDI Moot competition was created in 2008 […]

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NEWS November 21: Syrian Government Rejects UN Proposal, Merkel Announce Run for Fourth Term as Chancellor, and South Korean President Under Investigation

It’s Monday, November 21, 2016, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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The European Refugee Crisis: Unaccompanied Refugee and Migrant Children

The refugee and migrant influx into Europe continues. Since January 2015 approximately 1.2 million people have journeyed across the Mediterranean in an attempt to reach Europe. The majority arrive in Europe by sea, while almost 34,900 refugees and migrants arrived by land. These individuals are fleeing economic and social breakdown such as conflict, violence, and […]

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NEWS November 14: Iraqi Forces Recapture Nimrud, EU Prepares for Trump Presidency, and India and Japan Sign Civil Nuclear Energy Agreement

It’s Monday, November 14, 2016, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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Assisted Suicide: the Thin Line Between Dying With Dignity And Premeditated Murder

Imagine you are in unbearable pain. Every single moment of your life. Only drugs that your doctor prescribed to you hold this pain manageable to the extent that you are not screaming, that you can fall asleep. Even when you sleep, you are not getting that peaceful rest. You fall into a deep hole of […]

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Decision 2016: Oh the Places We Will Go

On November 8, 2016, the Unites States will elect a new President to lead. Polls have opened, and votes are being cast. But who will win, and what impact will it have on the national stage? As the rest of the world watches, American citizens need to realize we are wading into uncharted waters with […]

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NEWS November 7: China Bars Pro-Democracy Politicians From Office, Israel Reject Invite to Middle East Peace Conference, and US Acknowledge Civilians May Have Been Killed in Joint Operations

It’s Monday, November 7, 2016, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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NEWS October 31: Bias between Dakota Pipeline and Oregon Militia, Ex-President Saca Arrested, ISIS Uses Human Shields As Battle Intensifies

It’s Monday, October 31, 2016, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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Cyber Security: An International Security Issue with No Solution?

On Friday, October 20th, malicious cyber attacks prohibited access to major websites like Twitter, PayPal, and Amazon in intermittent locations throughout the U.S. and abroad. Experts determined the attacks are the result of a virus that infected thousands of users’ internet-connected devices through webcams and video recording devices. This method of hacking is both complicated […]

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