The Amazon is Burning – Is Paris, Too? A Comparative Analysis Between the United States and Brazil Based on the Paris Agreement on Climate Change
Carolina Arlota, Fall 2020
Recklessness, Intent and War Crimes: Refining the Legal Standard and Clarifying the Role of International Criminal Tribunals as a Source of Customary International Law
Brian L. Cox, Fall 2020
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