The International Criminal Court’s Role in a New World

By: Luke Collins The International Criminal Court (ICC) is a tribunal formed by the United Nations that investigates and tries cases of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. On June 11, 2020, the Trump administration issued an executive order authorizing...

The Balkans: Bulking Up for E.U. Membership

By: Alexus Esquibel Abstract: In October of 2019, France, Denmark, and the Netherlands vetoed the opening of European Union (E.U.) accession negotiations with North Macedonia, Albania, and other Balkan states. This rejection was widely disfavored considering most of...

Survey of the Law: Criminalizing Domestic Violence

By: Madie ArcemontAbstract: Domestic violence is a pervasive international issue that is closely tied to deeply-set cultural values.  In many countries, staggeringly few people report intimate partner violence of any kind, a problem that is exacerbated by systems that...