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Will Chinese economic troubles imperil plans for a canal in Nicaragua?

BY KEVIN NESLAGE – Since its announcement in 2012, there have been plans in Nicaragua for the construction of a second transoceanic canal in Central America, which will directly compete with the Panama Canal.[1] The purpose is to help boost the economy of the economically struggling country by being able to offer a canal that […]

ICLR Candidate Competes in International Arbitration Competition

  International and Comparative Law Review candidate Kevin Neslage, along with three other Miami Law students Stephanie Roy, Daniel Hentschel and Brian Vaca, competed in the Eighth Annual International Arbitration Competition this September. The competition is sponsored by the Universidad de Buenos Aires, and was hosted this year by the Pontificia Universdad Católica de Chile […]