International

The Legal Risks of Regulating Climate Change at the Subnational Level

State and local regulators will face challenges in trying to pick up the slack after a federal withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.

Learning from International Agreements and Domestic Missteps

Scholar argues U.S.-China trade agreements fill regulatory gaps left by both countries.

Warding Off Witch Hunting

As sorcery and witchcraft-related violence increases, states and international actors seek to regulate.

Climate Engineering Could Reframe the Dialogue on Climate Change

New study explores the potential benefits, risks, and legal challenges of solar climate engineering.

Why a Retreat from Paris Now?

Political science models may help explain the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement.

Regulating the Final Frontier

Expert examines the challenges that regulation of outer space poses to the international community.

The Covered Agreement Between the United States and European Union

Obama-era agreement on insurance regulation strikes the right level of detail after international negotiation.

The Ongoing Rise of Good Governance in China

Influenced by American and Western practices, China continues to produce governmental innovations.

Promoting Health Goals in a Self-Regulating Industry

Scholar suggests ways to make self-regulation of the Australian food industry more effective.

Can You Start a Lawsuit by Mail?

The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide a case involving the interpretation of a key civil litigation treaty.

Regaining Control After Brexit While Maintaining Membership in the WTO

If Britain has to reapply for WTO membership after Brexit, the process could take years and result in disruption to world trade.

Can Canada School Trump on Regulatory Reform?

As Trump takes aim at regulation, Canada’s experience with regulatory budgeting offers a possible template.