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18 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. i (2022)

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Featured   Articles

Coming  Full Circle on Human Rights in the Global Economy:
International Economic Law Tools to Realize the Right to Development
D iane A . D esierto  ....................................................  1

Persecution and Labor Migrations Due to Corporate Environmental
Exploitation: Waiting for the UNHRC's Binding Treaty on Transnational
Business Activities?
Riccardo Vecellio Segate.............................................. 31

Student   Articles


Boundary  Blurring in International Law: Globalization, Climate Change,
and Cooperation in the Indus Basin
Michael John Cornell .................................................

Monasky  v. Taglieri: The Supreme Court's Interpretation of Habitual
Residency and its Impact on International Child Abduction
Abigail Leann Heeter .................................................

The Indigenous Alternative: TEK, IEL, and Solutions for the Unsolvable
Cara  Victoria Sawyer .................................................


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