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Tobacco Trademarks in Peril: Australian Courts Can’t Be Bothered

The unreasonable expropriation of intellectual property or the advancement of public health? This was the question posed by Philip Morris Asia Limited v. The Commonwealth of Australia. In 2011, Australia passed its “plain packaging legislation,” creating restrictions on the fonts, size, colors, and location of tobacco brand marks on product packaging. The legislation also requires […]

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NEWS March 6: North Korea Continues Provocative Missile Tests, Israel to Decriminalize Marijuana, and More Than 57,000 Civilian Have Fled Mosul

It’s Monday, March 6, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:  

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Trump Versus the World

With the recent change of government in the United States (“U.S.”), there have been considerable reactions on the international level. To begin, many nations have expressed their incredible disdain for the choice of president, ranging from petitions to protests to motions to reduce trade with the U.S. Second, there is discussion of there being improper […]

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NEWS February 27: North Korea Violation UN Sanctions, US Might Consider Leaving UN Human Rights Council, and India Demands Strong Action For Hate Crime in Kansas

It’s Monday, February 27, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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NEWS February 20: Famine Declared in South Sudan, Pence Reassures U.S. Commitment to EU, and Iraq Begins Offensive in Western Mosul

It’s Monday, February 20, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:  

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NEWS February 13: U.S. Block Former Palestine PM from Leading UN Mission, Crimes Against Women and Children Prevalent in Dunkirk’s Refugee Camp, and Trump to Meet with Netanyahu on Wednesday

It’s Monday, February 13, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:  

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A Look Back: From the Death of Justice Antonin Scalia to the Nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch

While The View From Above generally posts on issues and topics concerning international law, I believe it prudent to address President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee—which will surely have a future impact on international law and the role the United States plays in it. This post briefly analyzes the following in response to the passing of Justice […]

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NEWS February 6: UN Reports 3,498 Civilian Causalities in Afghanistan, US D.O.J. Defends Muslim Ban, and Israel Passes Provocative Law

It’s Monday, February 6, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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NEWS January 30: 6 People Killed in Quebec Mosque Shooting, Philippines to Disband Rogue Anti-Drug Units, Iraqi Lawmakers Call For Ban on American Travelers

It’s Monday, January 30, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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NEWS January 23: Russia Set To Decriminalize Domestic Violence, Trump Withdraws From TPP, and Deadly Storms Hit Southern U.S.

It’s Monday, January 23, 2017, and this is some of what’s happening in International law and policy:

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