The Australian Refugee Crisis: An International Law Issue

Australia, a country known for its laid-back culture, outback animals, and “shrimps on the barbie,” for the past sixteen years has recently been in the international law focus for a much less positive reason. In August of 2001, a Norwegian freight rescued 430 asylum seekers from a sinking vessel in the Indian Ocean.[1] The freight [Read More … ]

Corporate Promotion Of LGBT Rights In The United States And Abroad: Just Do It

  In many parts of the world, cultural change is required before LGBT people can be freed from persecution based on their sexual orientation, and corporations should advocate for that change.  The private sector has a unique opportunity to influence culture. Consumers all over the globe interact with corporate brands every day.  As consumers, we [Read More … ]

Is China Finally Ready To Help Solve The North Korea Problem?

  The current leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, is third in a line of totalitarian leaders which began with his grandfather, Kim Il-sung. North Korea is a Stalinist Communist state infamous for its pugnacious saber-rattling, its isolation from the rest of the world, and its undeterred development of nuclear weapons. North Korea has carried [Read More … ]

Author Spotlight — Liz Pope

Author: Liz Pope Article: The Shadowy World of Hazardous Waste Disposal: Why the Basel Convention’s Structure Undermines Its Substance Bluebook Citation: Elizabeth S. Pope, Note, The Shadowy World of Hazardous Waste Disposal: Why the Basel Convention’s Structure Undermines Its Substance, 13 S.C. J. OF INT’L LAW & BUS. (2017) Social Media Tag: linkedin.com/in/liz-pope-11276520 Biography: Liz [Read More … ]