U.S. Midterms Guide
With the U.S. Midterms coming up on the 6th of November, we’ve put together a collection of articles from the Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law to help you understand some of the key terms, along with the international background and impact of the issues being discussed.
Key terms and concepts:
- Arms Control
- Right to Health
- Reproductive and Womens Rights
- North American Free Trade Agreement
Midterms Reading List
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Trump’s “Strategy” and the Counterstrategy of Resistance from The Trump Administration and International Law.
Chapter 20: Electoral Assistance from Oppenheim's International Law: United Nations.
Liberal and Republican Conceptions of Citizenship from The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship.
Comparative Views on the Right to Vote in International Law from Comparative International Law.
The United States, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and Campaign Financing from Confronting Corruption: Past Concerns, Present Challenges, and Future Strategies.
Distributive Autonomy and the Foundational Problem of Campaign Finance from Politics and Capital: Auctioning the American Dream.