Regent Journal of International Law


Volume 9:1

Fall 2012


Table of Contents




Aliens, Pilgrims, and Solidarity: Reflections in the Mirror

Michael Scaperlanda


Justice and Compassion: Applying Biblical Truth to the Problem of Illegal Immigration

Len Munsil


Seeking Common Sense in Immigration Enforcement

Ann Buwalda


The Rule of Law, Historical Equity and Mexican Contra Prohibition Immigrants

Michael Hernandez




Access Denied: Does Inaccessible Law Violate Human Rights?

Jay Milbrandt and Mark Reinhardt




Immigration Reform: A Reflection on Arizona Bill 1070 and Beyond

Sonny Behrends


Piracy is an International Problem that Needs a Multi-Prong Solution

Marguerite Laraia



Volume 9:2

Spring 2013


Table of Contents




Operation Cast Lead: A Perspective Through the Eyes of Sderot

Kirklin M. Schweitzer


A Domestic and International Comparison of the Sex-Trafficking Problem in Brazil and Haiti

Mary Hill


Child and Forced Labor in Tobacco's Killing Fields of Kazakhstan

Patrick Thorman




Using Transnational Tort to Combat Sex Trafficking and Sex Tourism

David Lee Mundy


North Korean Kidnappers: A Response to Illegal Abductions by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Before the Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances

Fred Ross III & Jae Chun Won


General Allegations to the United Nations Working Group on Enforced or Involuntary Disappearances: Abductions of Citizens of the Republic of Korea by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea in the Decades Following the Korean War

Citizens' Alliance for North Korean Human Rights & Handong International Law School

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