Spring 2011 • Volume 13 • Number 1

Articles

Transitional Justice: Toward a Differentiated Theory, by Thomas Obel Hansen

Modeling the American Lawyer Regulation System, by James E. Moliterno

A Hidden Compromise: Qualified Immunity in Suits Against Foreign Governmental Officials, by John Balzano

Show Me the Money, Part II: The Application of the Asset Forfeiture Provisions of the U.S. Arms Export Control Act and the RICO Act and Suggestions for the Future, by Jorene Soto

Comment

Resigned to Failure or Committed to a Just Cause of Justice? The Matthew Hoh Resignation, Our Current Politico-Military Strategy in Afghanistan, and Lessons Learned from the Panama Intervention of Twenty Years Ago, by Kevin H. Govern

Note

Equality & Abortion in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Inspiration for Choice Advocates in the United States, by Laurel Grelewicz

Winter 2010 • Volume 12 • Number 2

Dedication

Introduction to Symposium

Articles

An Opening for Voice in the Global Economic Order: The Global Financial Crisis and Emerging Economies, by Enrique R. Carrasco

Snaring Leopards: Tracking the Efficacy of Financial Regulatory Reform in the Aftermath of Crisis, by Justin O'Brien

The Under-Appreciated Jurisprudence of Africa's Regional Trade Judiciaries, by James Thuo Gathii

Prego Signor Postino: Using the Mail to Avoid the Hague Service Convention's Central Authorities, by Michael O. Eshleman with Judge Stephen A. Wolaver

Note

If Japan Signs the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: Real Change or Political Maneuvering?, by Jennifer Costa



Spring 2010 • Volume 12 • Number 1

Articles

Judicial Restraint and the Enforcement of Environmental Rights in the Philippines, by Dante Gatmaytan-Magno

Does the World Really Need New Space Law?, by Bryon C. Brittingham

Corporate Social Responsibility, International Law, and Business Economics: Convergences and Divergences, by Roda Mushkat

Security Concern or Economic Motivations? The Regulation of Informal Value Transfer Systems, by Kalyani Munshani

The Volunteer Human Shields in International Humanitarian Law, by Dr. Nada Al-Duaij

Note

The Problem of National Treasure in International Law, by Jia Min Cheng



Spring 2009 • Volume 11 • Number 1

Articles

Reclaiming Indian Civil Rights: The Application of International Human Rights Law to Tribal Disenrollment Actions, by Greg Rubio

Law and Policy Issues on Sexual Harassment in China: Comparative Perspectives, by D. K. Srivastava and Minkang Gu

The WTO System of Trade Governance: The Stale NGO Debate and the Appropriate Role for Non-state Actors, by Seema Sapra

Advocating for Control with Compassion: The Impacts of Raids and Deportations on Children and Families, by Marcela Mendoza and Edward M. Olivos

Introduction to the Ethics of Illegality, by Jose Jorge Mendoza

The Future of Immigration Reform, by Most Reverend Jaime Soto

Comment

The Liberty Rights of Resident Aliens: You Can't Always Get What You Want, But if You Try Sometimes, You Might Find, You Get What You Need, by Robert T. Senh

Note

In Search of Accountability: Attributing the Conduct of Private Security Contractors to the United States Under the Doctrine of State Responsibility, by Amanda Tarzwell

Why Cutting Down Trees Is Part of the Problem, but Planting Trees Isn't Always Part of the Solution: How Conceptualizing Forests as Sinks Can Work Against Kyoto, by Geoffrey J. Aguirre



Winter 2008 • Volume 10 • Number 2

Articles

Africa and the Politics of Destruction: A Critical Re-examination of Neocolonialism and Its Consequences, by Ibrahim J. Gassama

Tribunal-Hopping with the Post-Conflict Justice Junkies, by Elena Baylis

Pluralism in Ghana: The Perils and Promise of Parallel Law, by Johanna Bond

Uploading the Local: Assessing the Contemporary Relationship Between Indigenous Peoples' Land Tenure Systems and International Human Rights Law Regarding the Allocation of Traditional Lands and Resources in Latin America, by Lillian Aponte Miranda

(In)visible Cities: Three Local Government Models and immigration Regulation, by Keith Aoki, John Shuford, Kristy Young, and Thomas Hwei



Spring 2008 • Volume 10 • Number 1

Articles

The German Idea of Freedom, by Edward J. Eberle

A Brazilian Perspective on Jurisprudence: Miguel Reale's Tridimensional Theory of Law, by Augusto César Moreira Lima

Sweatshops, Labor Rights, and Comparative Advantage, by Gary Chartier

The Influence of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child on Corporal Punishment--A Comparative Study, by Benjamin Shmueli

Note

Leaning on International Law to Prosecute the Past: The Arancibia Clavel Decision of the Argentine Supreme Court, by Lisl Brunner

Comment

Defining the Outer Limits of Global Compliance Programs: Emerging Legal & Reputational Liability in Corporate Supply Chains, by Aaron Grieser



Winter 2007 • Volume 9 • Number 2

Articles

The Intersection of Scale, Science, and Law in Massachusetts v. EPA, by Hari M. Osofsky

Moral Geographies and Intimate Spaces, by Michelle A. McKinley

Bound Between & Beyond the Borderlands: Region, Race, Scale and a Subnational Legal History, by Tom I. Romero, II

Regionalization and Democratization Through International Law: Intertwined Jurisdictions, Scales and Politics in the Columbia River Treaty, by Eve Vogel

'Nobody Gives a Damn about the Gypsies': The Limits of Westphalian Models for Change, by Lua Kamál Yuille

An Analysis of Legal Issues Relating to Instruments that Local Governments Conclude, by Jaemin Lee

Imagining Sovereignty, Managing Secession: The Legal Geograpy of Eurasia's "Frozen Conflicts," by Christopher J. Borgen



Winter 2006 • Volume 9 • Number 1

Articles

A Defense of Structural Injunctive Remedies in South African Law, by Danielle Elyce Hirsch

Foreign Direct Investment in Corporations: Restrictions in the United States and Brazil on the Grounds of National Defense, by Marcelo Moscogliato

Sovereign Debt Litigation Problems in the United States: A Proposed Solution, by Horacio T. Liendo III

Gibraltar's Quest for Self-Determination: A Critique of Gibraltar's New Constitution, by Christian Leathley

Conscientious Objection to Military Service in Korea: The Rocky Path from Being an Unpatriotic Crime to a Human Right, by Kuk Cho



Summer 2006 • Volume 8 • Number 2

Articles

Short-Circuiting International Law, by Ben Chigara

Prosecuting the Use of Anti-personnel Mines By Illegal Armed Groups: The Colombian Situation, by Luz E. Nagle

German and European Employment Discrimination Policy, by Raphael Won-Pil Suh and Richard Bales

Blood for Hire: How the War in Iraq Has Reinvented the World's Second Oldest Profession, by Christopher H. Lytton

Note

Limiting the Commons with Uncommon Property: A Critique of Chander & Sunder's "The Romance of the Public Domain", by David Skillman and Christopher Ledford



Winter 2005 • Volume 8 • Number 1

Articles

The Banality of Justice: Reflections on Sierra Leone's Special Court, by Mirko Bagaric and John R. Morss

The Exhausting Question of Local Remedies: Expropriation Under NAFTA Chapter 11, by Bryan W. Blades

Time to Update the 1988 Rome Convention for the Suppression of Unlawful Acts Against the Safety of Maritime Navigation, by Carlo Tiribelli

Note

Precautionary Pioneer Evades Biotech Giant? Beyond the Cartagena Protocol: The EU Offers the World a Model, by Jessica E. McDonald



Spring 2005 • Volume 7

Articles

The Missing Voice: Women and the War in Iraq, by Hillary Charlesworth

Palestinian Christians: Equal Citizens or Oppressed Minority in a Future Palestinian State?, by Justus Reid Weiner

Globalization: Panacea for the World or Conquistador of International Law and Statehood?, by Aaron Lodge

Notes

A Note in My Hand, by Ignacio Gómez-Palacio

Closing the Liability Gap in the International Transboundary Water Pollution Regime Using Domestic Law to Hold Polluters Accountable: A Case Study of Pakootas v. Teck Cominco Ltd, by Rachel Kastenberg



Spring 2004 • Volume 6

Human Rights Year in Review: Speeches at the University of Oregon 2003-2004, Introduction by Professor Ibrahim Gassama

Articles

International Human Rights: The U.S. Role Post September 11, by Michael Posner, Executive Director of Human Rights First

Revisiting the Great Terror War, by Professor Richard Falk, International Law Scholar and Human Rights Activist

Human Rights as a Response to Terrorism, by Kenneth Roth, Executive Director of Human Rights Watch

Human Rights and Ethical Globalization, by Mary Robinson

Notes and Comments

Energy Maquiladoras: Integrating the Electricity Markets of the United States and Mexico, by Ryan Tyz

The Status of Victims in the International Enforcement of Criminal Law, by Timothy K. Kuhner



Spring 2003 • Volume 5

Articles

The New Congressional Attack on Offshore Rabbi Trusts, by Beckett G. Cantley

Trauma, Recovery, and Transnational Child Abduction: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder as Psychological Harm Under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, by James Alfieri

Using American Jurisprudence to Resolve the British Separation of Powers Following the Human Rights Act 1998, by William Worster

Human Cloning: Reflections on the Application of Principles of International Environmental and Health Law and Their Implications for the Development of an International Convention on Human Cloning, by Esther Seng

Children's Rights in Israel: An End to Corporal Punishment?, by Tamar Ezer



Spring 2002 • Volume 4

Articles

Territorial Jurisdiction in Cyberspace, by Howard J. Grooters

Protection of Fundamental Rights Within the European Communities, by Martijn van Wanroij

The Effect of EC Competition Law on Intellectual Property Valuations: Implications for Corporate Strategies, by James Dilley

Notes and Comments

An American Lawyer in Yokohama: The Regulation of Business in Japan, by Glenn Newman



Spring 2001 • Volume 3

Articles

Analysis of Nonprofit Organizations in Kazakhstan, by Kimberly Bulkley

Protecting Indigenous Knowledge in Latin America: Maintaining biological diversity, creating relationships, and returning benefits to native communities for ethnobotanical drug discoveries-can it be done?, by David B. Vogt, Esq.

TRIPs Agreement, is it really successful achievement in the WTO? - The difficulty of balancing between public and private interests, by Mariko Kunimi

The Child Witness and the Law: The United States' Judicial Response to the Commercial, Sexual Exploitation of Children in Light of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, by Christianna M. Lamb

Notes and Comments

Go To http:// for International E-Commerce Source Taxation, by Michael Fang

The Skokomish Tribe and the Cushman Project: A Breach of Trust, by Kevin Kono



Spring 2000 • Volume 2

Articles

Defining the Unthinkable: Towards a Viable Understanding of Genocide, by Ward Churchill

Democratic Rights in European Law: Taking Stock at the Close of the Twentieth Century, by Christopher Harding

The Constitutionalization of Private Law in Italy, by Guido Alpa

Towards a Shared Criminal Jurisprudence in the Asia-Pacific, by Stanley Yeo

The New Millennium and the 10th Anniversary of the Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People, by Ledum Mitee



Spring 1999 - Pangea • Volume 1

Articles

The Codification of Marriage and Polygamy in Senegal: Progression or Oppression?, by Gretchen LeVan

Corporate Resistance: An Ecuadorian Case Study, by Sara Holmes

Globalization: Where Should China Be?, by Beijing Wang

Corruption: Here, There, Everywhere, by Dawn Blaser

Negotiating for Public Participation, Freedom of Information, and Citizens Suits in Europe - Aarhus 1998, by John Bonine

Civil Law v. Common Law Systems: Are They So Different?, by Kristi Kernutt

Is It School or Is It Vacation?, by Kristi Kernutt

Institutional and Legal Arrangements for Coastal Management in the Asia Pacific Region, by Richard Hildreth




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