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How Should the United Nations Intervene in Libya’s African Migrant Crisis?

By Shanene Frederick Associate Editor, Volume 23 In recent months, increasing media attention has been devoted to the plight of African migrants leaving their home countries in the hopes of reaching Europe.[1] These migrants often give money saved up for … Continue reading

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To Sue or Not to Sue, That is the Question: How the JASTA Will Affect US-Arab Relations

By Anonymous Associate Editor, Vol. 22 President Obama recently vetoed Congress’s bill, Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA), which amends the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act. JASTA allows United States (U.S.) citizens to sue foreign governments for compensatory damages as a … Continue reading

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