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- Volume 16.2 is Here!
Volume 16, Issue 2 of the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal is here. This last spring, the Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal (“APLPJ”) hosted a ground breaking Symposium entitled “Bombs in Paradise: A Legal, Social, and Political Discussion of Militarization in the Pacific”. Our editors have also worked diligently to prepare three original articles for […]
- Bombs in Paradise: A Legal, Social, and Political Discussion of Militarization in the Pacific
The Asian-Pacific Law & Policy Journal (APLPJ) is pleased to announce the successful conclusion of its Spring 2015 symposium entitled “Bombs in Paradise: A Legal, Social, and Political Discussion of Militarization in the Pacific.” The symposium was held on Friday, April 17, 2015 at the William S. Richardson School of Law and it was free and open to the public. The one-day […]
- We Are Who We Thought We Were: Congress’ Authority to Recognize a Native Hawaiian Polity United by Common Descent by Derek H. Kauanoe and Breann Swann Nuʻuhiwa
In an attempt to fulfill the federal government’s moral imperative, the United States Congress has spent more than a decade considering several proposed versions of the Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act (colloquially referred to as the “Akaka Bill”), which seeks to restore a small measure of Native Hawaiian self-governing authority by providing a process for […]