Publications

Section Newsletter Articles From Christopher Scott Maravilla

Building bridges: An Egypt-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, Ahmed Galal and Robert Z. Lawrence, Editors (Brookings Institution Press: 1998) By Christopher Scott Maravilla International and Immigration Law, September 2006 Building Bridges: An Egypt-U.S. Free Trade Agreement is a polemic analysis of Egyptian-United States trade relations.
International Practitioner’s Deskbook Series: Joint Ventures in the International Arena, Darrell Prescott and Salli A. Swartz, Eds. (ABA SILP 2003) By Christopher Scott Maravilla International and Immigration Law, November 2005 Joint Ventures in the International Arena is the second in the American Bar Association’s International Law Section’s International Practitioner’s Deskbook Series which aims to publish practitioner oriented guides on frequently arising issues in international practice.
The international criminalization of hate speech: The jurisprudence of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda on the crime of incitement to genocide By Christopher Scott Maravilla International and Immigration Law, July 2005 The International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg described propaganda advocating the extermination of religious and ethnic minorities, also known as hate speech, in that case concerning the genocide perpetrated upon European Jewry by the Nazis and their followers, as a form of poison injected into the mind causing the recipient to follow those policies to their grotesque conclusion.
Globalization of human rights law: U.S. Courts v. the Executive Branch By Christopher Scott Maravilla International and Immigration Law, January 2005 The increasing globalization of the adjudication of human rights abuses in national courts and international tribunals has given rise to a paradox in the American political system.

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