Science and Technology

Regulating CO2 Emissions from Aviation in the EU

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27
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Joshua Meltzer
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Recent Developments and Revelations Concerning Cybersecurity and Cyberspace: Implications for International Law

Introduction

In recent weeks, media reports have addressed actions, discoveries, and controversies relating to cybersecurity and cyberspace that have implications for international law, including war, espionage, terrorism, and crime in cyberspace and the architecture and governance of the Internet. This Insight describes these episodes and analyzes their importance for the relationship between international law and cybersecurity and cyberspace.

Developments and Revelations Concerning Cybersecurity and Cyberspace

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22
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David P. Fidler
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China-Raw Materials: WTO Rules on Chinese Natural Resources Export Dispute

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16
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21
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Sonia E. Rolland
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The Internet, Human Rights, and U.S. Foreign Policy: The Global Online Freedom Act of 2012

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16
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18
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David P. Fidler
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The Airbus—Boeing Subsidy Dispute: With Both Parties in Violation, Is There an End in Sight?

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17
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Simon Lester
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Risky Research and Human Health: The Influenza H5N1 Research Controversy and International Law

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16
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2
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David P. Fidler
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Protecting Children from Cyber Crime: The Twentieth Session of the UN Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice

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15
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24
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Keith A. Petty
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Going It Alone: The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement as a Sole Executive Agreement

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After years of controversy, a small group of countries, including the United States and European Union member states, announced in December 2010 that they had finalized a new “Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement”[1] (“ACTA”). With the negotiations complete, attention has turned to a question that may at first appear obscure, but is in fact of enormous importance: Can the U.S. President make the agreement on his own, without Congress’s approval?

 

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15
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23
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Oona A. Hathaway and Amy Kapczynski
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The WTO EC - Aircraft Panel and Appellate Body Reports on Subsidies to Airbus

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The WTO dispute in EC—Aircraft (DS316)[1] has been both lengthy (six years from the first consultations request to the circulation of the Appellate Body report) and complex (in terms of both legal and factual issues). This Insight provides a brief overview of the issues involved in the panel and appellate proceedings.

Factual Background

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18
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Simon Lester
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International Law and the Future of Cyberspace: The Obama Administration’s International Strategy for Cyberspace

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15
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15
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David P. Fidler
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