The Forum

The annual online issue of the North Carolina Journal of International Law.


The Legality of Doing Business in Occupied Territories

The Future of “Living Together:” An Analysis of the European Court of Human Rights’ S.A.S. v. France

Is It Too Late for the Right to Be Forgotten?

Search and Rescue in the Mediterranean Sea: A Call for an International Search and Rescue Agency

Intervention in the Central African Republic

Abstract: Although humanitarian intervention has become more common in the last century, and state practice suggests it has become more permissible, strategic considerations often prevent countries from intervening in civil wars, even where there are significant human rights violations. This note examines a current civil war that includes an ethnic cleansing, the Central African Republic crisis, where both individual countries…