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Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies back issues
Citizenship and Marriage in a Globalizing World: Multicultural Families and Monocultural Nationality Laws in Korea and Japan
January 1, 2012... INTRODUCTION Since 1990, Japan's Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare and Korea's Ministry of Health and Welfare have issued reports warning of the imminent demographic crises in both countries. Fertility rates had begun to plummet below the population replacement level of 2.1 children per...
Global Anti-Anarchism: The Origins of Ideological Deportation and the Suppression of Expression
January 1, 2012... Introduction On September 6, 1901, President William McKinley greeted visitors at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York. One of the last to greet him was Leon Czolgosz. Extending his hand, wrapped in a handkerchief, Czolgosz reached to shake McKinley's hand. But, the handkerchief...
"Coming out of the Shadows": DREAM Act Activism in the Context of Global Anti-Deportation Activism
January 1, 2012... Introduction At first glance, one of the most ubiquitous paradoxes of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries seems to be the global persecution, criminalization, and prosecution of immigrants aimed at restricting the flow of people, while all other aspects of human life...
Changing Burma from Without: Political Activism among the Burmese Diaspora
January 1, 2012... Introduction When a country emerges from chaos or tyranny, it typically goes through a process to create a new governmental structure. And typically, many types of people and organizations influence that process, both insiders, the country's own citizens resident within its borders, and the...
Troubling the Victim/trafficker Dichotomy in Efforts to Combat Human Trafficking: The Unintended Consequences of Moralizing Labor Migration
January 1, 2012... My ongoing research on transnational human trafficking focuses on antitrafficking efforts and explores how international norms to combat human trafficking, global monitoring frameworks, antitrafficking media, and activist groups have constructed a moral economy of gendered violence and...