Author Archives: Stuart Malawer

About Stuart Malawer

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

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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Trump and an International Law Strategy — More Litigation?

     Why is it that Qatar recently filed legal actions in both the World Trade Organization and the International Court of Justice to enforce its international legal rights (against the UAE blockade) and the Trump administration has filed no cases, whatsoever, … Continue reading

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WTO Cases & the Trump Era — U.S. becoming more active?

Here’s a quick review of WTO litigation concerning the U.S. (as either a complainant or respondent) during Trump’s presidency so far.  The U.S. has been the respondent in 12 cases and the complainant in only 3 cases.  Countries that brought … Continue reading

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