Transnational Litigation, Arbitration, and Dispute Resolution

The US-EU Banana Dispute

Agriculture has traditionally been a primary source of economic tension between the United States and the European Union. The dispute over the EU's banana regime has been among the most contentious in recent years. It is also among the more legally and politically complex. 
 
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6
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4
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Eliza Patterson
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Iran-U.S. Claims Tribunal Awards Iran Compensation for Legal Expenses Incurred in U.S. Courts (July 2, 2014)

Author: 
Emily MacKenzie

On July 2, 2014, the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal (the Tribunal) issued Award No.

The World Court Finds that U.S. Attacks on Iranian Oil Platforms in 1987-1988 Were Not Justifiable as Self-Defense, but the United States Did Not Violate the Applicable Treaty with Iran

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8
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25
Author: 
Pieter H.F. Bekker
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Legal Issues Raised by Profitable Biotechnology Development Through Marine Scientific Research

In July 2003, the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs of the United Kingdom invited proposals for a "Study into the Legal and Moral Framework for Marine Biotechnology Development in the UK." The study, when complete, should constitute a pioneering effort to deal with a growing and important field of international law that is poorly understood and researched but that is gaining considerable significance in practice, and poses complex legal, moral and environmental issues. [1]
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7
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22
Author: 
Montserrat Gorina-Ysern
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Armed Force in Iraq

            Relying on U.N. Security Council Resolution 1441 (2002) and on the sovereign authority of the United States to use force in assuring its own national security, President Bush has said that the United States and its allies will use armed force to disarm Iraq if Saddam Hussein and his sons do not leave Iraq within a 48-hour deadline.
 
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8
Issue: 
5
Author: 
Frederic L. Kirgis
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