Lapa Fellowships – Princeton University Law and Public Affairs

[su_button url=”http://lapa.princeton.edu/content/lapa-fellowships” target=”_blank” style=”default” background=”#2D89EF” color=”#FFFFFF” size=”3″ wide=”no” center=”no” radius=”auto” icon=”” icon_color=”#FFFFFF” text_shadow=”none” desc=”” onclick=”” rel=”” title=”” class=””]Visit Lapa Fellowships Website[/su_button]   [su_tabs active=”1″ vertical=”yes”] [su_tab title=”About Fellowship”] The Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) at Princeton University invites outstanding faculty members of any discipline, independent scholars, lawyers, and judges to apply for visiting, […]

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The Role of the Law of the Sea in the East and South China Sea Arbitration

       For years, many of the most disputed debates within the international world have included water. Many people have even questioned whether the next world war will be about water and the shortages humans face, as a whole. To this regard, many international disputes regarding water have surfaced to greater importance, especially with […]

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More of the Same: Bernie’s Foreign Policy, Just War Theory, and International Humanitarian Law

Is Bernie really the dove that some claim? By William Kakenmaster[fruitful_sep]The 2016 presidential race has, without a doubt, become one of the most significant electoral phenomena in recent American history. Moreover, the Islamic State (IS) poses a historic problem for candidates, and although foreign policy has not taken center stage, a quiet but vociferous debate […]

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Can Donald Trump the WTO?

An analysis of the international legal implications that undergird Donald Trump’s trade policy  By Paul Jeffries[fruitful_sep]Yes—it’s another piece covering Donald Trump’s policies—but don’t leave quite yet; I promise to not fall into the enticing leitmotifs typical of the current status quo for journalistic coverage of Trump. Allow me to explain. Be it on the left […]

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