A Brave New World? China, Inc. and International Law, Supranational Structures, and the Future of the Economic State

On Friday, March 1, 2018, Professor Mark Wu, of Harvard Law school, joined the Sawyer Seminar for its third guest speaker event. Prior to the event, Professor Wu shared a “thought experiment” exercise with the Sawyer Seminar students to facilitate a conversation around his larger article, The “China Inc.” Challenge to Global Trade Governance. His Read more about A Brave New World? China, Inc. and International Law, Supranational Structures, and the Future of the Economic State[…]

Looking Forward and Back: Two Approaches to Solving State-Centrism

On Friday, February 2, 2018, the Duke University Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law welcomed two scholars, Erika George, Professor of Law and Co-Director Center for Global Justice at the University of Utah, and Natasha Wheatley, Assistant Professor in Modem European History at Princeton University, to present their papers at an interdisciplinary academic workshop, Read more about Looking Forward and Back: Two Approaches to Solving State-Centrism[…]