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Photo Source: UNAMID Article by Elizabeth Lee Since 2014, the United States has experienced an unexpected influx of migrants—particularly women and children—from Central America fleeing from [...]

The post Refugee Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence appeared first on Berkeley Journal of International Law Blog.

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Article by Sela Brown As the caravan of Central American migrants continues to travel towards the United States, countries have reacted in starkly different ways [...]

The post Current Event: The Migrant Caravan appeared first on Berkeley Journal of International Law Blog.

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Article by Kerensa Gimre The Stockholm Declaration of 1972 internationally recognized the link between human rights and the environment, stating that “the enjoyment of freedom and [...]

The post Incorporating International Environmental Law into Human Rights Law appeared first on Berkeley Journal of International Law Blog.

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Photo by Felton Davis via Flickr Article by Karin Bashir When Hatice Cengiz said goodbye to her fiancé Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi as he entered [...]

The post Yemen, International Accountability and Jamal Khashoggi appeared first on Berkeley Journal of International Law Blog.

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