Author Archives: Stuart Malawer

About Stuart Malawer

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

The International Criminal Court & the U.S. — Time for a Reassessment?

       What’s the deal with John Bolton blasting the International Criminal Court on the eve of 9/11 celebrations this week?      He needs to get over his paranoia of international courts, international rules and multilateral institutions. These have developed … Continue reading

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CHINA AND TRADE — Recent Articles in CHINA AND WTO REVIEW.

       These are a few recent articles of mine appearing in a leading international journal published in Korea focusing on China, trade and the WTO.   Malawer, “Trump’s China Trade Policies: Threats and Constraints.” 3 China and WTO Review 109 (No. … Continue reading

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GLOBAL TRADE AND THE U.S. — Some Op-Eds from the New York Law Journal (2011-2018).

            Some of my articles (commentary) printed in the New York Law Journal (2011-2018).   Malawer, “Trump, Trade and National Security.” New York Law Journal (March 26, 2018).   Malawer, “Looking at the Trans-Pacific Partnership.” New York Law Journal (December … Continue reading

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U.S. in Global Affairs — U.S. and International Law — Op-Eds in the Richmond-Times Dispatch.

     Some of my recent editorials /Op-Eds in the Richmond-Times Dispatch (2016-2018) on the U.S., global affairs and law.   Malawer, “One Year In — Trump’s Trade Legacy,” Richmond Times-Dispatch (January 7, 2018).  Malawer, “New Federalism, Foreign Affairs and Trump.” … Continue reading

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New Article …. “Trump’s Tariff Wars.”

  New article discussing President Trump’s tariff actions …………… Malawer, “Trump’s Tariff Wars and National Security — A Political and Historical Perspective,” China and WTO Review (Sept. 2018).

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International Lawyer Interview — Stuart Malawer

Interviewed by the editor of the Journal of East Asia and International Law (Spring 2018) as its International Lawyer of distinction. Interview for International Lawyer.

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TRUMP’S CHILD SEPARATION POLICY AND INTERNATIONAL LAW.

  Trump’s Immigration Policy of Separation of Children from Parents and International Law —- Illegal?      Lot of international law recognizing rights of children have developed since German actions during World War Two and Japanese Internment by U.S. during the … Continue reading

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