Category: Volume 31

Volume 31, Number 2 (Fall 2017)


From the Hague to Timbuktu: The Prosecutor v. Ahmad Al Faqi Al Mahdi; A Consequential Case of Firsts for Cultural Heritage and for the International Criminal Court
Daniel M. Cole

Innovative Product, Innovative Remedy: “Essential Facility” as a Compromise for the Antitrust Charges Against Google’s OneBox in the United States and the European Union
Nicholas Elia

Balancing Justice and Peace: A Historical and Hypothetical Exploration of Justice During Spain’s Post-Franco Transition From Dictatorship to Democracy
Christina Franzese

Increasing the Difficulty Level: China’s 2016 Mobile Game App Regulations, Another Restrictive Market Entry Barrier to Foreign Corporations
Michael Dean Krebs

What About the Clean Athletes? Refocusing International Sport’s Anti-Doping Approach Onto Equitable Remedies for Doping’s Victims, Particularly Clean Athletes from Developing Countries
Samantha Ramagano Myers

Rocks v. Islands: Natural Tensions Over Artificial Features in the South China Sea
F. Shannon Sweeney


Volume 31, Number 1 (Spring 2017)


Introduction to the Festschrift in Honor of Henry J. Richardson III
Jaya Ramji-Nogales

Slavery and International Law: The Jurisprudence of Henry Richardson
Antony Anghie

Interrogating Everyperson’s Roles in Today’s Slaveries
Karen E. Bravo

Using a Shield as a Sword: Are International Organizations Abusing Their Immunity?
Daniel D. Bradlow

All Peoples Have a Right to Self-Determination: Henry J. Richardson III’s Liberatory Perspective on Racial Justice
Natsu Taylor Saito

Ending the Excessive Use of Force At Home and Abroad
Mary Ellen O’Connell

R2P and Protective Intervention
Jordan J. Paust

International Law and the Legitimation of External Coercive Measures in Aid of Internal Change
Maxwell O. Chibundu

The International Criminal Court in Africa: Impartiality, Politics, Complementarity and Brexit
Bartram S. Brown

Between Tunnel Vision and a Sliding Scale: Power, Normativity and Justice in the Praxis of the International Criminal Court
Obiora Chinedu Okafor and Uchechukwu Ngwaba

Development Disrupted: The Global South in the 21st Century
Ruth Gordon

International Trade and African Heritage: The Cotton Story
Chantal Thomas

The Richardson Escuela: Law as Politics
Makau Mutua

International Law and Human Empowerment: Moving Beyond a Paradigm of Subordination
Ziyad Motala

The Lawyer as Historian: Professor Henry Richardson and the Origins of African American Interests in International Law
Rafael A. Porrata-Doria, Jr.

The African-American Interest in Higher Law in the Supreme Court: Justices Marshall and Thomas
D. A. Jeremy Telman

Beyond Borders: Martin Luther King, Jr., Africa and Pan Africanism
Jeremy I. Levitt

Henry J. Richardson III: The Father of Black Traditions of International Law
James T. Gathii

Fanfare for the Common Man: An Appreciation of Professor Henry Richardson’s Scholarship
Jeffrey L. Dunoff

Prescience and Insight in International Law Scholarship
Michael P. Van Alstine

Benefiting from Breaking the Color Barrier: Tribute to Professor Richardson for Being the Pioneer at Indiana University Maurer School of Law
Kevin Brown

Henry J. Richardson III: A Critical Race Man
Adrien Katherine Wing

Appreciation: Festschrift
Henry J. Richardson III