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The Gun Subsidy, Christian Turner, Justin C. Van Orsdol 2020 University of Georgia School of Law

The Gun Subsidy, Christian Turner, Justin C. Van Orsdol

Buffalo Law Review

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Comment: Loosening The Grasp Of Restriction By Allowing Multiple Claims In Design Patents, Samuel E. Kielar 2020 Buffalo Law Review 81818app手机版下载

Comment: Loosening The Grasp Of Restriction By Allowing Multiple Claims In Design Patents, Samuel E. Kielar

Buffalo Law Review

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Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review 2020 Seattle University School of Law

Table Of Contents, Seattle University Law Review

Seattle University Law Review

Table of Contents


Making The Case For Genocide, The Forced Sterilization Of Indigenous Peoples Of Peru, Ñusta P. Carranza Ko 2020 University of Baltimore 81818app手机版下载

Making The Case For Genocide, The Forced Sterilization Of Indigenous Peoples Of Peru, Ñusta P. Carranza Ko

Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal

Peru’s national health program Programa de Salud Reproductiva y Planificación Familiar (PSRPF) aimed to uphold women’s reproductive rights and address the scarcity in maternity related services. Despite these objectives, during PSRPF’s implementation the respect for women’s rights were undermined with the forced sterilization of women predominantly of indigenous, poor, and rural backgrounds. This study considers the forced sterilization of indigenous women as a genocide. Making the case for genocide has not been done previously with this particular case. Using the normative markers of the Genocide Convention, this study categorically sets forced sterilization victims from the state-led-policy ...


Milk And The Motherland? Colonial Legacies Of Taste And The Law In The Anglophone Caribbean, Merisa S. Thompson 2020 University of Birmingham 81818app手机版下载

Milk And The Motherland? Colonial Legacies Of Taste And The Law In The Anglophone Caribbean, Merisa S. Thompson

Journal of Food Law & Policy

81818app手机版下载This paper tells a story of the relationship between colonialism and capitalism through the lens of “milk” and “the law” in the Caribbean. Despite high levels of lactose intolerance amongst its population, milk is a regular part of many Caribbean diets and features prominently in its foodscapes. This represents a distinctive colonial inheritance that is the result of centuries of ongoing colonial violence and displacement. Taking a feminist and intersectional approach, the paper draws on analysis of key pieces of colonial legislation at significant historical junctures and secondary literature to do three things. Firstly, it examines how law aided the ...


"A Glass Of Milk Strengthens A Nation." Law Development, And China's Dairy Tale, Xiaoqian Hu 2020 University of Arizona

"A Glass Of Milk Strengthens A Nation." Law Development, And China's Dairy Tale, Xiaoqian Hu

Journal of Food Law & Policy

81818app手机版下载Historically, China was a soybean nation and not a dairy nation. Today, China has become the world’s largest dairy importer and third largest dairy producer, and dairy has surpassed soybeans in both consumption volume and sales revenue. This article investigates the legal, political, and socioeconomic factors that drove this transformation, and building upon fieldwork in two Chinese counties, examines the transformation’s socioeconomic impact on China’s several hundred million farmers and ex-farmers and political impact on the Chinese regime. The article makes two arguments. First, despite changes of times and political regimes, China’s dairy tale is a ...


Milk And Law In The Anthropocene: Colonialism's Dietary Interventions, Kelly Struthers Montford 2020 Ryerson University 81818app手机版下载

Milk And Law In The Anthropocene: Colonialism's Dietary Interventions, Kelly Struthers Montford

Journal of Food Law & Policy

81818app手机版下载It is widely accepted that we are living in the Anthropocene: the age in which human activity has fundamentally altered earth systems and processes. Decolonial scholars have argued that colonialism’s shaping of the earth’s ecologies and severing of Indigenous relations to animals have provided the conditions of possibility for the Anthropocene. With this, colonialism has irreversibly altered diets on a global scale. I argue that dairy in the settler contexts of Canada and the United States remains possible because of colonialism’s severing of Indigenous relations of interrelatedness with the more-than-human world. I discuss how colonialism—which has ...


Something To Celebrate?: Demoting Dairy In Canada's National Food Guide, Maneesha Deckha 2020 University of Victoria

Something To Celebrate?: Demoting Dairy In Canada's National Food Guide, Maneesha Deckha

Journal of Food Law & Policy

In early 2019, the Canadian Government released the much-anticipated new Canada Food Guide. It is a food guide that de-emphasizes dairy products and promotes plant-based eating. Notably, in the new version, milk and milk products are de-listed as one of the previously four essential food groups. On the surface, it seems that the federal government is promoting veganism and helping to bring about a friendlier future for animals and humans harmed by being producers and consumers of dairy, as the new Guide may seriously contract the currently robust Canadian dairy industry and its powerful lobby. On closer inspection, the messaging ...


Dairy Tales: Global Portraits Of Milk And Law, Jessica Eisen, Xiaoqian Hu, Erum Sattar 2020 University of Alberta

Dairy Tales: Global Portraits Of Milk And Law, Jessica Eisen, Xiaoqian Hu, Erum Sattar

Journal of Food Law & Policy

Cow’s milk has enjoyed a widespread cultural signification in many parts of the world as “nature’s perfect food.”1 A growing body of scholarship, however, has challenged the image of cow’s milk in human diets and polities as a product of “nature,” and has instead sought to illuminate the political, scientific, colonial and postcolonial, economic, and social forces that have in fact defined the production, consumption, and cultural signification of cow’s milk in human societies. This emerging attention to the social, legal, and political significance of milk sits at the intersection of several fields of academic ...


School Of Law Faculty And Staff, Journal Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville 81818app手机版下载

School Of Law Faculty And Staff, Journal Editors

Journal of Food Law & Policy

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Editorial Board, Journal Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Editorial Board, Journal Editors

Journal of Food Law & Policy

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Contents, Journal Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Contents, Journal Editors

Journal of Food Law & Policy

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Journal Of Food Law & Policy - Spring 2020, Journal Editors 2020 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Journal Of Food Law & Policy - Spring 2020, Journal Editors

Journal of Food Law & Policy

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Ethnic Inferencing: The Unanswered Question Of S And Marper V. United Kingdom, Jamie Jones 2020 Penn State Law

Ethnic Inferencing: The Unanswered Question Of S And Marper V. United Kingdom, Jamie Jones

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

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From Isolation To Independence: A Comparison Study Of Juvenile Solitary Confinement Practices In The United States And Germany, Claire Banks 2020 Penn State Law 81818app手机版下载

From Isolation To Independence: A Comparison Study Of Juvenile Solitary Confinement Practices In The United States And Germany, Claire Banks

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

The “tough on crime” mentality originating in the 1980’s resulted in a crackdown of juvenile offenders for categorically non-dangerous crimes, leaving many to fend for themselves in high security prisons. An even more harrowing reality, tens of thousands of juvenile offenders in those state and federal prisons today are placed in solitary confinement for week or months on end. Extensive research indicates that solitary confinement has devastating effects on human development, mental soundness, and emotional coping – effects that, unsurprisingly, are much more devastating for juveniles than adults – signaling a desperate need for change. Looking to Germany as a model ...


Is This Belt One Size Fits All? China's Belt And Road Initiative, John C. Byrnes 2020 Penn State Law 81818app手机版下载

Is This Belt One Size Fits All? China's Belt And Road Initiative, John C. Byrnes

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

Widely considered one of the largest and most ambitious infrastructure projects in human history, China’s Belt and Road Initiative [BRI] has made major headway since its inception in 2013. Although the BRI is formally adopted under the Chinese Communist Party Constitution as an initiative to secure “shared growth through discussion and collaboration,” the BRI is much more than these words convey. This Comment briefly introduces an overview of the BRI, including its components and early research on its effects on participating countries and regions. The Comment then conducts an in-depth analysis of four countries who have participated in the ...


The Role Of International Human Rights Law In The Adjudication Of Economic, Social, And Cultural Rights In Africa, John Mukum Mbaku 2020 Penn State Law 81818app手机版下载

The Role Of International Human Rights Law In The Adjudication Of Economic, Social, And Cultural Rights In Africa, John Mukum Mbaku

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

81818app手机版下载Since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948, there has been significant progress in the recognition and protection of human rights around the world. The international community has, since 1948, adopted several treaties, which impose obligations on States Parties to make certain that the human and fundamental rights of their citizens are recognized and fully protected. Although human rights are considered the domain of international law, international legal scholars have argued that national governments—that is, the governments of States Parties—must function as the mechanisms for enforcing international human rights law. However, in order for ...


Hassle-Free Travel: Myrie V. Barbados And Freedom Of Movement In Caricom, Jane E. Cross 2020 Penn State Law

Hassle-Free Travel: Myrie V. Barbados And Freedom Of Movement In Caricom, Jane E. Cross

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

No abstract provided.


A Tale Of Two Cities: Lhasa And Hong Kong In The Shadow Of Mao, Steven D. Mewha 2020 Penn State Law 81818app手机版下载

A Tale Of Two Cities: Lhasa And Hong Kong In The Shadow Of Mao, Steven D. Mewha

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

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The Rise Of American Conservatism In Israel, Rafi Reznik 2020 Penn State Law

The Rise Of American Conservatism In Israel, Rafi Reznik

Penn State Journal of Law & International Affairs

The American fascination with the link between interpretive methodology and political ideology rarely reaches beyond its borders. This Article offers a comparative case study, which converses with the American example—Israel. A twofold argument is offered to facilitate this conversation. First, the Article identifies a shift in the ideological climate of the Supreme Court of Israel, manifested in the rise of a new interpretive method. For the first time, the interpretive theory prevailing in Israel, Purposive Interpretation, faces a viable competitor. The Article unpacks the challenges posed by the new theory, termed Purposive Originalism, in methodology as well as underlying ...