Articles in the Minnesota Journal of International Law Category
Gordon F. Knoblach,* Justin Erickson,** & Kristi Rudelius–Palmer***
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Since its inception, the Minnesota Journal of International Law has grown to meet the needs of an evolving marketplace of ideas. The Journal’s winding journey began in 1992, as the Minnesota Journal of Global Trade. The Journal’s formative years saw the publication of articles covering a myriad of trade matters. As the Journal matured, however, the topical hegemony of trade waned and other areas of international law crept in. The cracks at the seams amplified, and finally, the dam …
On Tuesday, February 5, 2013, the Minnesota Journal of International Law is pleased to present its 2013 Symposium. Leading thinkers will discuss how warfare has changed and will change as a result of robotics, computer technology, and privatization.
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