By Deborah Masucci, Published on 01/01/17
By Thomas J. Stipanowich and Véronique Fraser, Published on 01/01/17
By Linda Silberman and Nathan Yaffe, Published on 01/01/17
By Marc J. Goldstein, Published on 01/01/17
In studying the concepts of trade and culture in the context of international law, it appears at first that the two are at odds: the cultural exception approach vouches for protectionism and national sovereignty while trade defends liberalization and globalization. However, within this distinction lies a misconception. Culture doesn’t necessarily reject trade. The word “exception...
By Valeria Gomez and Karla Mari McKanders, Published on 01/01/17
The government of Japan has purported to reinterpret the famous war-renouncing provision of the Constitution in a controversial process that deliberately circumvented the formal amendment procedure. This article argues that these developments should be of great interest to constitutional law scholars in America because they bring into sharp focus issues that remain underdeveloped...