Author Archives: Stuart Malawer

About Stuart Malawer

Distinguished Service Professor of Law & International Trade at George Mason University (Schar School of Public Policy).

Professor Stuart Malawer and JEAIL Interview (2018)

International Lawyer —A Dialogue with Dr. Stuart S. Malawer Professor Stuart S. Malawer, JD, Ph.D. INTRODUCTION Dr. Stuart S. Malawer is Distinguished Service Professor of Law and International Trade at George Mason University. Dr. Malawer graduated from the University of … Continue reading

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Stuart S. Malawer, TRUMP AND TRADE — POLICY AND LAW (HeinOnline 2021).

PREFACE AND INTRODUCTION TO STUART MALAWER, TRUMP AND TRADE — POLICY AND LAW (2021) PREFACE The Honorable Peter S. Watson, LL.B., DCL It is good news that Professor Stuart Malawer has selected and compiled the numerous articles that he has … Continue reading

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Can Ukranians Seek Justice in U.S. Courts? …. Yes.

War Crimes —   Any remedies for Ukrainians in U.S. courts? Can they sue in federal courts for compensation? Really interesting questions. Not discussed very much if at all. Such litigation raises a host of complex issues of sovereign immunity, human … Continue reading

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The U.S. Should Finally Accept the International Criminal Court — Long Overdue, Especially Now After Ukraine.

  Really good piece in the Washington Post arguing for the U.S. to finally accept the International Criminal. Here are some highlights.   The United States in general, not just the Republican Party, has long had a fraught relationship with the ICC. … Continue reading

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Ukrainian Sanctions — Is Global Commerce Changed Forever?

      The question of the day is — Do the historical use of trade sanctions by the U.S. portend a new world for global commerce? The answer is not clear. A new article in the New York Times … Continue reading

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International Law and Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine — Legal Action (ICJ and ICC) and Economic Sanctions — Complementary and Historical.

  Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has been met with historical challenges to it in the International Court of Justice and the International Criminal Court (and in the General Assembly). Ukraine filed and action in the International Court of Justice and … Continue reading

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Biden’s Trade Policies — More Aggressive than Trump’s?

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Biden’s Trade Policies — One Year In — Same as Trump’s? More Aggressive?

  [Excerpts from a forthcoming article, now on SSRN at https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3991157  Also available as draft at Click Here. …………… The big question is the following: Is the Biden trade policy different from the Trump chaos?  My answer is “no.” I … Continue reading

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Josh Hawley, Harding and Hoover — Trade & Back to the Future — Not a Good Idea.

Recent opinion piece by Josh Hawley. My take. He’s one of the most protectionist and trade xenophobic today. He make former U.S. presidents Harding and Hoover look mighty good. Here are some of his views as contained in today’s New … Continue reading

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The U.S. Strategy as to U.S. – China Trade Relations — Is Biden Same as Trump But without the Tweets? We’ll See.

The United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai recently delivered remarks at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) outlining the Biden-Harris Administration’s new approach to the U.S.-China bilateral trade relationship. Not clear how different Biden’s trade policy is from Trump’s … Continue reading

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