Academic journal article Washington International Law Journal

Note from the Editor-in-Chief

Academic journal article Washington International Law Journal

Note from the Editor-in-Chief

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The 2013-14 editorial board and staffare proud to present the third and final issue in Volume 23. This issue is dedicated to the Republic of the Union of Myanmar and is the first significant special issue dedicated to this country produced by a U.S. law review or journal. The dedication is in recognition of the reforms underway in Myanmar and precedes its 2015 general election.

The five professional articles and two student pieces explore critical issues that will affect Myanmar's future trajectory. These issues include gender, Myanmar's Sovereign Wealth Fund, constitutional interpretation, the Rohingya people, scholarship on Myanmar's legal system, and foreign investment. The editors and I decided to respect authorial intent and, therefore, preserved all references to the country's name-whether Myanmar or Burma-as originally written. …

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