Category Archives: ICLR Posts

India and Pakistan at the ICJ: Espionage, Human Rights, and the Baloch

Ramya Ramachanderan – In May 2017, India initiated proceedings before the International Court of Justice (“ICJ”) against Pakistan alleging the violation of the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations (“VCCR”) when Pakistan’s military court detained, placed on trial, and sentenced to death, an Indian national, Mr. Kulbhushan Jadhav.[1] The Pakistani Court had sentenced Jadhav to death in […]

U.S. Financial Sanctions on Venezuela: Truly Financial or Merely Political?

Maria Corghi – As Venezuela is visibly deviating from a democratic path and is teetering on collapse due to the corruption and gross mismanagement at the hand of its government, President Donald Trump imposed financial sanctions on the country with the promise to inflict economic pain. President Trump signed an executive order on August 25 […]

Keep Calm and Carry On—America’s Best Response to North Korea?

TATYANA KRIMUS – This weekend, as Americans enjoyed Labor Day festivities with their loved ones, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un tested the country’s sixth and largest nuclear bomb.[1] According to the United States Geological Survey, the tremors that followed the explosion had a 6.3 magnitude.[2] The largest nuclear bomb tested by North Korea to date, […]

ICLR Welcomes New Candidate Class

The International and Comparative Law Review is proud to welcome its newest candidate class! Please help us in congratulating the following candidates: Alexander Brody Austin Holzknecht Benjamin Braun Cristina Campo Erin Sperry Gabriella Ledbetter Jenna Florio Jessica Nowak Jorge Galavis Kevin Szmuc Mahalaxmi Subramanian Maria Corghi Meagan Nicholson Michael Iglesia Michael Monajemi Ramya Ramachanderan Rebecca […]