Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Dispute Resolution

Suppressing Somali Piracy – Next Steps

Introduction

This Insight reports further efforts to suppress piracy off the coast of Somalia since Agora: Piracy Prosecutions—Countering Piracy off Somalia: International Law and International Institutions was prepared for the July 2010 issue of the American Journal of International Law.[1]

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39
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J. Ashley Roach
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Recent Developments in U.S. International Arbitration Law: Will Congress Take On the Supreme Court?

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35
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Ernesto J. Sanchez
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Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum: Another Round in the Fight Over Corporate Liability Under the Alien Tort Statute

 

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31
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Chimène I. Keitner
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NAFTA Chapter 19 Panel Follows WTO Appellate Body in Striking Down Zeroing

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30
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Tania Voon
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Google, China, and Search

I. Introduction

Google’s recent decision to stop censoring its search results in China reflects the challenging position in which providers of information and communication technologies find themselves today. This Insight provides an overview of the debate about Google’s provision of search services in China and describes the framework of corporate social responsibility that applies to Internet providers operating in countries that restrict expression online.

II. Internet Regulation in China

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25
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Molly Beutz Land
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The Yukos Interim Awards on Jurisdiction and Admissibility Confirms Provisional Application of Energy Charter Treaty

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23
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Dr. Chiara Giorgetti
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Morrison v. Nat’l Australia Bank Ltd.: The Supreme Court Rejects Extraterritoriality

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22
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Paul B. Stephan
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Dispute Concerning Japan’s JARPA II Program of “Scientific Whaling” (Australia v. Japan)

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20
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Donald K. Anton
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ECJ Holds that West Bank Products are Outside Scope of the EU-Israel Association Agreement

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On February 25, 2010, in its ruling in Brita GmbH v. Hauptzollamt Hamburg-Hafen, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") ruled on the trade implications of one of the hot-potato issues of international law: the status of the territories occupied by Israel.

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14
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17
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Itzchak Kornfeld
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