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The US Department of State Wednesday removed Nigeria from its “Country of Particular Concern” (CPC) list, which designates countries with “particularly severe” religious freedom concerns. This decision preceded Secretary Antony Blinken’s visit to Nigeria on Thursday and Friday to “discuss furthering cooperation on global health security, expanding energy access and economic growth, and revitalizing democracy.” [...]

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JURIST EXCLUSIVE – Law students and lawyers in Afghanistan are filing reports with JURIST on the situation there after the Taliban takeover. Here, a Staff Correspondent for JURIST in Kabul offers observations on what appears so far to be international non-recognition of the Taliban government. For privacy and security reasons we are withholding his name [...]

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Abstract: For Israel, core issues surrounding Iran’s still-accelerating nuclear weapons program have been strategic and political, rather than legal. Nonetheless, if Israel should ever decide that it no longer has any reasonable alternative to launching a preemptive attack against certain Iranian military/industrial targets, this defensive first-strike would need to be justified under international law. In [...]

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Essentially, commercial arbitration in Iran is divided into two categories: domestic and international, each of which is subject to special regulations. The legal regime governing the domestic arbitration is Chapter Seven of the Iranian Code of Civil Procedure that applies to arbitrations mainly between Iranian nationals. In recent years, the parties to commercial disputes in Iran [...]

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