Volume 1 – Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy

Volume 1:1

Fall 2014

Table of Contents


Welcome to the Regent Journal of Global Justice and Public Policy
Jeffrey Brauch


Legitimate Persecution: The Effect of Asylum’s Nexus Clause
Nicholas Bolzman

The Politicization of The Cameroon Judicial System
Bonaventure F. Ndifor


Let Girls Be Born Elsewhere: Sex-Selective Abortion in India and the Need for Self-Regulation Within the Medical Profession
Erica Harrigan

Funny Money: Why Bitcoin Does Not Warrant Increased Governmental Regulation
Aaron Lindquist


Advancing the Rule of Law in East Africa: Overcoming Barriers
Brian P. Dennison

Lesson Learned from African Law and Culture
Dickson Ogwang


Volume 1:2

Spring 2015

Table of Contents


Kermit Gosnell’s Babies: Abortion, Infanticide and Looking Beyond the Masks of the Law
Richard F. Duncan

The Rights-Bearing Child’s Best Interests: Implications of the European Court’s Rejection of a Child-Return Order in X v. Latvia
Kaitlin M. Ball

Removing the Scarlet “A” from Victims of Human Trafficking: Strategies for Avoiding and Addressing Wrongful Convictions
Bobbette Deborah Abraham

Religious Freedom in Kazakhstan: Facing the Kazakhstani Law on Religious Activities and Religious Associations
Inna Nam Brady

U.S. Approaches to Counter Childhood Bullying
David W. Collier & Sherri B. Lantinga


A Multi-Level, Integrated Approach to Ending Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting in Indonesia
Jennifer Baumgardner

Bad Law and Bad Policy: Why the Military Selective Service Act is Unconstitutional in Light of the Policy Decision to Allow Women to Serve in Combat Roles in the Military
Zachary S. Whiting

Defining “Architectural Works” in East Asia: Intellectual Property Protection for Local and Transnational Architectural Works
Min Son