Georgetown Journal of International Law

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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

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Exhaustion as an Emerging Principle

Micaela Heery-Hyatt, Fall 2020

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The Journal publishes four issues a year that cover a diverse range of material in the fields of public international law, private international law, transnational law, foreign relations law, and comparative law. The final issue of each volume is a symposium issue on international trade.

In addition to its print publications, the Journal also accepts submissions to its blog and sponsors a bi-annual symposium on a topic of current prominence. Recent topics have included Economic Sanctions, Corporate Responsibility and the Alien Tort Statute, International Cyberlaw, and Sovereign Wealth Funds.



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