CICLJ Full Issue - Volume 8, Number 1 (2017)

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Rubin, Andrew
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2017-01
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INTRODUCTION Volume 8 Issue 1 of the Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal features several excellent articles. The featured articles discuss the implications of varying personnel conducting cyber warfare as well as judicial bribery in Medieval Jewish and Canon Law. The issue also features exceptional student articles on the difference between infant futility standards in the UK and United States, the obligations the United States incurs in the face of ISIS’s genocide, and the financial structure of ISIS. As the world grows more interconnected it is important to have a wide base of knowledge in order to understand the past and help shape the future. By providing a platform for these issues to be discussed we hope to increase awareness of the critical questions which impact the world. I would like to thank the board of editors, staff, writers, and our faculty advisor Raneta Lawson Mack for their hard work in making this issue a resounding success. Each contributor spent countless hours researching, writing, and reviewing their articles in order to assemble this issue. I owe each person a debt of gratitude for their work, I hope this thank you suffices. –Andrew Rubin, Editor-in-Chief, Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal
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