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American Journal of International Law No 3 , July 2021

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American Journal of International Law No 3 , July 2021
Contesse , Jorge  ,The Rule of Advice in International Human Rights Law
Benoit Mayer , Climate Change Mitigation as an Obligation Under
Human Rights Treaties?

Frédéric Mégret , Are There “Inherently Sovereign Functions” in International Law?
Dapo Akande, Payam Akhavan, and Eirik Bjorge , Economic Sanctions, International Law, and Crimes Against Humanity: Venezuela’s ICC Referral
Edited by Kristen E. Eichensehr , Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law
  •  Investigations Continue into Mysterious Illness Affecting U.S. Officials in Havana and Elsewhere
  • Biden Administration Imposes Sanctions and Seeks to Cement Alliances to Counter China and Russia
  • Biden Administration Launches Reset in Relations with Saudi Arabia, Withdraws Support for Saudi-Led War in Yemen
  • U.S. Supreme Court Rules that the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act’s
    Expropriation Exception Does Not Extend to Domestic Takings
  • Military Coup in Burma Draws International Condemnation and Pressure
  • Biden Administration Relies on Constitutional Authority and Unwilling or Unable Theory of Self-Defense for Airstrikes in Syria
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