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Volume 20, Issue 1, 2004
The Right Honourable The Lord Wilberforce CMG OBE: In Memoriam Lord Neill of Bladen
The ICC Pre-Arbitral Referee: First Practical Experiences Emmanuel Gaillard
A New Development in Complex Multiparty-Multicontract Proceedings: Classwide Arbitration Bernard Hanotiau
Recourse against Negative Decisions on Jurisdiction Stefan Krцll
A Comparative Overview of Arbitration Laws: - Swedish Arbitration Act 1999, English Arbitration Act 1996 and Russian Federal Law on International Commercial Arbitration 1993 Christer Sцderlund
Ten Reasons against a Proposal for Ex Parte Interim Measures of Protection in Arbitration Hans Van Houtte
Good Faith and Due Process: Lessons from the Shari'ah Nudrat Majeed
ARBITRATION LAW Volume 20, Issue 2, 2004 The Role of the International Arbitrator Piero Bernardini East Meets West: Tradition, Globalization and the Future of Arbitration Fali Nariman Spain Joins the Model Law Ramon Mullerat OBE The Role of Expert Determination in Mergers and Acquisitions under German Law Corina Leimert, Anke Sessler Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards and Court Intervention in the People's Republic of China Li Hu Individual Rights, State Interests and the Power to Waive ICSID Jurisdiction under Bilateral Investment Treaties Ole Spiermann Note Jan Paulsson Book Notes
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practical guide to Litigation and Arbitration in the United Arab Emirates
BROOKLYN JOURNAL OF International Law Volume 29, Number 2, 2004 Articles Japan's New Civil Procedure Code: Has it Fostered a Rule of Law Dispute Resolution Mechanism? Carl F. Goodman Rules of Origin: The International Obligation of State Organs Jorge Alberto Ramнrez The World Bank, the IMF and the Global Prevention of Terrorism: A Role for Conditionalities Olivera Medenica Andrew P. Vance Memorial Writing Competition Winner Rational Irrationality: Why Playing the World Trade Organization as a Scapegoat Reduces the Social Costs of Armchair Economics Joseph Siprut Notes Pound Foolish: Challenging Executive Compensation in the U.S. and the U.K. Jaclyn Braunstein Licensing Intellectual Property: Competition and Definitions of Abuse of a Dominant Position in the United Sates and the European Union Meg Buckley Looking Beyond the Sunset: International Perspectives on the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act of 2002 and the Issue of Its Renewal Irene S. Kaptzis From Itar-Tass to Films by Jove: The Conflict of Laws Revolution in International Copyright Anna Tydniouk Domestic Violence In Pakistan: The Tension between Intervention & Sovereign Autonomy in Human Rights Law Manar Waheed
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Volume 29, Number 3, 2004 Symposium Creating and Interpreting Law in a Multilingual Environment Co-sponsored with the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of International Business Law and the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of Law, Language & Cognition Symposium Program Introduction Neil B. Cohen Claire Kelly Lawrence M. Solan Panel I: National Law in a Multilingual Society -- The Canadian Experience The Challenges of Interpreting Multilingual, Multijural Legislation Ruth Sullivan Bilingual Interpretation of Enactments in Canada: Principles v. Practice Pierre-Andrй Cфtй Authoring Bilingual Laws: The Importance of Process Donald L. Revell Panel II: Multilingual Regulation -- The EU Experience Literal and Purposive Techniques of Legislative Interpretation: Some European Community and English Common Law Perspectives Ian McLeod Statutory Texts as Instances of Language(s): Consequences and Limitations on Interpretation Jan Engberg Legal Linguistic Knowledge and Creating and Interpreting Law in Multilingual Environments Tarja Salmi-Tolonen Panel III: Transactional Rules Across Borders -- When Words Translate Better Than Concepts Towards a European Civil Code without a Common European Legal Culture? The Link between Law, Language and Culture Ana M. Lуpez-Rodrнguez Notes The United States Jordan Free trade agreement, United States Chile Free Trade Agreement and the United States Singapore Free Trade Agreement: Advancement of Environmental Preservation Andrea N. Anderson
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Continued Violations of International Law by the United States in Applying the Death Penalty to Minors and Possible Repercussions to the American Criminal Justice System Jennifer L. Brillante
"I Expected Common Sense to Prevail": Evans v. Vowles, Amateur Rugby, and Referee Liability in the U.K. Erin McMurray
Israel's Conflicted Existence as a Jewish Democratic State: Striking the Proper Balance under the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law Albert K. Wan
CHICAGO-KENT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW Volume 4, Spring 2004 The Marouini River Tract and its Colonial Legacy in South America Thomas W. Donovan Abortion Rights in the United States and Taiwan David Sho-Chao Hung Cigarettes, Smuggling, and Terror: The European Community v. RJ Reynolds Tracey A. Basler The Laws of War and NATO Attacks on Yugoslavia Noel Cox
COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF TRANSNATIONAL LAW Volume 42, Number 3, 2004 In Memoriam: Oscar Schachter 1915-2003 Tributes Kofi Annan Hans Blix Hans Corell Louis Henkin Rosalyn Higgins Stephen Marks Judith Schachter Modell Stephen M. Swebel Article Courage You Can't Understand: How to Achieve the Right Balance between Shaping and Policing Commerce in Disputes before the WTO Timothy M. Reif and Julie Eckert Essay
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Leaving Money on the Table: Contract Practice in a Low-Trust Environment Rubйn Kraiem Coment A Plea for a Transnational Approach to Arbitrability in Arbitral Practice Matthias Lehmann Future Prospects of Takeovers in Japan Analyzed from the View of Share-Ownership Structures and Laws in Comparison with the US and the EU Katsumasa Suzuki Notes Toward Effective Risk-Adjusted Bank Deposit Insurance: A Transnational Strategy Wally Suphap No One's Perfect (Not Even Close): Reevaluating Access to Justice in the United States and Western Europe Lua Kamбl Yuille
COMMON MARKET LAW REVIEW Volume 41, Issue 3, 2004 Editorial comments The Regulation of Genetically Modified Organisms in the European Union: The Interplay of Science, Law and Politics Theofanis Christofourou The European Market Abuse Directive Guido A. Ferrarini From Gebhard to Carpenter: Towards a (Non-)Economic European Constitution Eleanor Spaventa Future Fiscal Arrangements of the European Union Iain Begg Joined Cases C-187/01 and C-385/01, Criminal Proceedings against Hьseyin Gцzьtok and Klaus Brьgge John A.E. Vervaele Case C-224/01, Gerhard Kцbler v. Republik Цsterreich Claus Dieter Classen Case C-469/00, Ravil S.a.r.l. v. Bellon Import S.a.r.l. and Biraghi SpA; Case C-108/01, Consorzio del Prosciutto di Parma and Salumificio S. Rita SpA v. Asda Stores Ltd. and Hygrade Foods Ltd. Stefan Enchelmaier Case C-198/01, Consorzio Industrie Fiammiferi (CIF) v. Autoritа Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato
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Case C-466/00, Arben Kaba v. Secretary of State for the Home Department Marton Varju
Book reviews
FORDHAM INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL Volume 26, Number 4, April 2003 Articles Local Meets Global: Transitional Justice in Northern Ireland Colm Campbell & Fionnuala Ni Aolain Transitional Justice in a New Era Ruti G. Teitel Punishment of Non-State Actors in Non-International Armed Conflict William A. Schabas Selective Justice: The Case of Israel and the Occupied Territories Kathleen A. Cavanaugh Beyond the Constitutional Moment: Law, Transition, and Peacemaking in Northern Ireland Kieran McEvoy & John Morison On Law, Politics, and Contemporary Constitutionalism Colin Harvey Transitional Policing Arrangements in Northern Ireland: The Can't and the Won't of the Change Dialectic Mary O'Rawe Rights and Reasons: Challenges for Truth Recovery in South Africa and Northern Ireland Brandon Hamber Dealing with the Past in Northern Ireland Christine Bell The Government of Memory: Public Inquiries and the Limits of Justice in Northern Ireland Angela Hegarty 9/11: USA and UK Philip A. Thomas Going, Going, Gone: Sealing the Fate of the Fourth Amendment Michael P. O'Connor & Celia Rumann Comments The Biggest Peace: The Structure of the Palestinian Legislative Council and the Politics of Separation Michel Paradis
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FORDHAM INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL Volume 26, Number 5, May 2003 Article Unjust Order: Malaysia's Internal Security Act Nicole Fritz & Martin Flaherty Comments Fortress Italy: Racial Politics and the New Immigration Amendment in Italy Michele Totah
FORDHAM INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL Volume 26, Number 6, June 2003 Articles WTO Dispute Settlement and Competition Law: Views from the Perspective of the Appellate Body's Experience Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Claus-Dieter Ehlermann & Lothar Ehring Constitutionalizing the European Union -- More Than a Sense of Direction from the Convention on the Future of Europe Markus G. Puder Essay The Commission: The Key to the Constitutional Treaty for Europe Dr. John Temple Lang Articles Preventing, Punishing, and Eliminating Terrorism in the Western Hemisphere: A Post-9/11 InterAmerican Treaty Enrique Lagos & Timothy D. Rudy The Challenges of Fighting Global Organized Crime in Latin America Luz Estella Nagle Government Contracts under Argentine Law: A Comparative Law Overview Hector A. Mairal Pretrial Detention, Human Rights, and Judicial Reform in Latin America Jonathan L. Hafetz Notes
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Using One's Head to Sustain One's Heart: A New Focus for the Establishment of the Caribbean Court of Justice Neil Dennis
Overextending Immunity: Arbitral Institutional Liability in the United States, England, and France Matthew Rasmussen
Foreign Affairs Volume 83, Number 4, July/August 2004 Comments A Global Power Shift in the Making James F. Hoge, Jr. Seeing the Forest Eugene Linden, Thomas Lovejoy, and J. Daniel Phillips Strengthening African Leadership Robert I. Rotberg Essays Beyond Kyoto John Browne The Myth behind China's Miracle George J. Gilboy History and the Hyperpower Eliot A. Cohen A Republican Foreign Policy Chuck Hagel Saving Iraq from Its Oil Nancy Birdsall and Arvind Subramanian Containing Iraq: Sanctions Worked George A. Lopez and David Cortright Building Entrepreneurial Economies Carl J. Schramm China's Hidden Democratic Legacy Orville Schell Review & Responses Berlin to Baghdad: The Pitfalls of Hiring Enemy Intelligence Timothy Naftali First Principals
Forschungsstelle fьr Transnationales Wirtschaftsrecht (TELC) Martin-Luther-Universitдt Halle-Wittenberg Walter Russell Mead The Unsettled West Joshua Kurlantzick The Fire Last Time Scott Snyder Warlords as Stakeholders Kimberly Zisk Marten Abnormal Demographics Mark Lawrence Schrad Understanding Saddam John Mueller FOREIGN AFFAIRS Volume 83, Number 5, September/October 2004 Comments The Venezuelan Oil Crisis Michelle Billig "Misunderestimating" Terrorism Alan B. Krueger and David D. Laitin A Forward-Looking Partnership Robert E. Hunter Essays The Neglected Home Front Stephen E. Flynn What Went Wrong in Iraq Larry Diamond Why Democracies Excel Joseph T. Siegle, Michael M. Weinstein, and Morton H. Halperin How to Counter WMD Ashton B. Carter Turkey's Dreams of Accession David L. Phillips Indonesia's Quiet Revolution Lex Rieffel Riding for a Fall Peter G. Peterson
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Forschungsstelle fьr Transnationales Wirtschaftsrecht (TELC) Martin-Luther-Universitдt Halle-Wittenberg Breakdown in the Andes Michael Shifter Review & Responses The Receding Horizon: The Endless Quest for Arab-Israeli Peace Samuel W. Lewis The Miracles of Globalization Arvind Panagariya Demography Is Not Destiny Michael S. Teitelbaum, Jay Winter, and Phillip Longman Credal Passions Samuel P. Huntington and Alan Wolfe Hit or Miss Merrill A. McPeak and Robert A. Pape
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INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES Volume 11, Number 1, Winter 2004 Lectures The Harry T. Ice Chair Inaugural Lecture The Art and Science of Genetic Modification: Re-Engineering Patent Law and Constitutional Orthodoxies Yvonne Cripps The Earl A. Snyder Lecture in International Law Transnational Federalism: Problems and Prospects of Allocating Public Authority beyond the State Jost Delbrьck Symposium: Globalization, Courts, and Judicial Power Courts and Globalization Sir David Williams The Political Origins of the New Constitutionalism Ran Hirschl Federalism through a Global Lens: A Call for Deferential Judicial Review Alfred C. Aman, Jr. The Advantages of the Civil Law Judicial Design as the Model for Emerging Legal Systems Charles H. Koch, Jr. From Empire to Globalization: The New Zealand Experience Janet McLean
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From Empire to Globalization. . . and Back? A Post-Colonial View of Transjudicialism Hannah L. Buxbaum
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Volume 2, Issue 2, April 2004 Introduction Emergency Powers and Constitutionalism The Editors Articles The Law of the Exception: A Typology of Emergency Powers John Ferejohn and Pasquale Pasquino Comments on the Paper by Ferejohn and Pasquino Jon Elster Intimations of Legality amid the Clash of Arms David Dyzenhaus Rule by Emergency: Sri Lanka's Postcolonial Constitutional Experience Radhika Coomaraswamy and Charmaine De Los Reyes Emergency Contexts without Emergency Powers: The United States' Constitutional Approach to Rights during Wartime Samuel Issacharoff and Richard H. Pildes Free Speech in World War II: "When Are You Going to Indict the Seditionists?" Geoffrey R. Stone Proconstitutional Behavior, Political Actors, and Independent Courts: A Comment on Geoffrey Stone's Paper Vicki C. Jackson The Interface between Public Emergency Powers and International Law Dominic McGoldrick
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Volume 2, Issue 3, July 2004 Articles Communitarianism as the Social and Legal Theory behind the German Constitution Winfried Brugger The European Model of Constitutional Review of Legislation: Toward Decentralization? Victor Ferreres Comella
Forschungsstelle fьr Transnationales Wirtschaftsrecht (TELC) Martin-Luther-Universitдt Halle-Wittenberg Four Models of Due Process Victor V. Ramraj
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Development Note
European Court of Human Rights: Positive Obligations in E. and Others v. United Kingdom Bernhard Hofstцtter
Japan: The Supreme Court and the Separation of Church and State Shigenori Matsui
United Kingdom: Parliamentary Sovereignty under Pressure Mark Elliott
United States: Lawrence v. Texas and the Imperative of Comparative Constitutionalism William N. EskridgeJr.
Book Review
Martin Shapiro and Alec Stone Sweet: On Law, Politics, and Judicialization Reviewed by Reviewed ByChristine B. Harrington
Ralf Rogowski and Thomas Gawron, ed. Constitutional Courts in Comparison: The U.S. Supreme Court and the German Federal Constitutional Court Reviewed by Reviewed ByRussell Miller
Review Essay
Julian Rivers: Constitutional Rights as Principles: On the Structure and Domain of Constitutional Justice. A Review Essay on a Theory of Constitutional Rights Reviewed by Mattias Kumm
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW Volume 2, Issue 4, October 2004 Articles "Raise the Flag and Let It Talk": On the Use of External Norms in Constitutional Decision Making Diane Marie Amann The International Law of Human Rights and Constitutional Law: A Case Study of an Expanding Dialogue Daphne Barak-Erez Constitutional Adjudication in Europe and the United States: Paradoxes and Contrasts Michel Rosenfeld Recognizing the Rights of Unmarried Cohabitants in Spain: Why Not Treat Them Like Married Couples? Blanca Rodrнguez Ruiz Development Note
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France: The Amendment of the French Constitution "on the Decentralized Organization of the Republic" Xavier Philippe
Hungary: Mixed Prospects for the Constitutionalization of Gay Rights Renata Uitz
Switzerland: Naturalization Process Presents Conflict between Democracy and the Rule of Law Felix Uhlmann
Book Review
Vernon Bogdanor, ed. The British Constitution in the Twentieth Century Reviewed by Reviewed ByCharles Fried
Carl F. Stychin: Governing Sexuality: The Changing Politics of Citizenship and Law Reform Reviewed by Reviewed ByDavid A.J. Richards
Janet Hiebert: Charter Conflicts: What is Parliament's Role? Reviewed by Reviewed ByMark Tushnet
JEAN MONNET WORKING PAPERS Number 2, 2004 Risk Regulation under the WTO SPS Agreement: Science as an International Normative Yardstick? Jacqueline Peel
JEAN MONNET WORKING PAPERS Number 3, 2004 Trade, Human Rights and the Economy of Sacrifice Anne Orford
JEAN MONNET WORKING PAPERS Number 4, 2004 European Regulation of GMOs: Thinking about 'Judicial Review' in the WTO Joanne Scott
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION Volume 21, Issue 3, 2004 The UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration and the English Arbitration Act: Are the Two Systems Poles Apart?
Forschungsstelle fьr Transnationales Wirtschaftsrecht (TELC) Martin-Luther-Universitдt Halle-Wittenberg Alan S. Reid
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The ILL-Favoured Child of Litigation: International Commercial Arbitration and the Australian Trade Practices Act 1974 Romauld Andrew
An Overview of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 Ranbir Krishan
The Principle of Arbitrability in Nigeria Revisited Paul Obo Idornigie
Down the Rabbit Hole: Who Decides What's Arbitrable? Kenneth R. Pierce
Arbitration Law Reform in Japan Rieko Nishikawa
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION Volume 21, Issue 4, 2004 Organizing an Arbitration Involving an International Organization and Multiple Private Parties Scott Armstrong Spence The Impact of the Central American Free Trade Agreement on Investment Treaty Arbitrations: A Mouse that Roars? Rajesh Singh International Arbitration: The Justice Business Russell Thirgood Choosing the Appropriate Venue: Maritime Arbitration in London or New York? Petros N. Tassios The New Spanish Arbitration Act Fernando Mantilla-Serrano The New Draft Model U.S. BIT: Noteworthy Developments Mark Kantor
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW (Oxford University Press) Volume 7, Issue 3, September 2004 Articles Standard of Review in WTO Law Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Nicolas Lockhart The Persistent Puzzles of Safeguards: Lessons from the Steel Dspute Alan O.Sykes
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Food Security: Food Trade Regime and Food Aid Regime Ruosi Zhang Challenges to the Legitimacy and Efficiency of the World Trading System: Democratic Governance and Competition Culture in the WTO ­ Introduction and Summary Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann The 'Human Rights Approach' Advocated by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and by the International Labour Organization: - Is It Relevant for WTO Law and Policy? Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann Parliamentary Oversight of WTO Rule-Making: - The Political, Normative, and Practical Contexts Gregory Shaffer How Can Parliamentary Participation In WTO Rule-Making and Democratic Control Be Made More Effective In The WTO? - A United States Congressional Perspective David E.Skaggs A Parliamentary Dimension to the WTO ­ More Than Just a Vision?! Erika Mann A Few Thoughts on Legitimacy, Democracy, and the WTO James Bacchus The WTO and Cosmopolitics Steve Charnovitz Transparency, Public Debate and Participation by NGOs in the WTO: A WTO Perspective Julio A.Lacarte Are the Competition Rules in the WTO TRIPS Agreement Adequate? Frederick M.Abbott Improving the Capacity of WTO Institutions to Fulfil Their Mandate Richard Blackhurst and David Hartridge Is There a Need for Restructuring the Collaboration among the WTO and UN Agencies So As To Harness Their Complementarities? Gary P.Sampson Article Notes, Comments and Developments Electronic information system for International Law (EISIL) - http://www.eisil.org Marci Hoffman and Jill McC.Watson Book Review Andreas F.Lowenfeld: International Economic Law Reviewed by Folkert Graafsma
JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW (University of Pennsylvania Law School)
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Articles
Yet Another Market Transition?: Moving Towards Market-Oriented Governmental Support of Wind Power in China Roger Raufer, Xu Litong, & Wang Shujan
Private Securities Litigation in China: Material Disclosure about China's Legal System? Walter Hutchens
Comments
The Wind and the Waves: Regulatory Uncertainty and Offshore wind Power in the United States and United Kingdom Nathanael D. Hartland
Environmental Agreements, Non-State Actors, and the Kyoto Protocol: A "Third Way" for International Climate Action? Richard A. Rinkema
Transcripts
2003 Symposium: Sustainable Energy Development in Emerging Markets
JOURNAL OF WORLD TRADE Volume 38, Issue 2, 2004 Governance of International Trade under WTO Agreements--Relationships between WTO Agreements and Other Trade Agreements Mitsuo Matsushita Anti-dumping in the Doha Negotiations--fairy tales at the WTO William A. Kerr, Laura J. Loppacher Remedies in the WTO Dispute Settlement System--The Bananas and Hormones Cases Bernard O'Connor Forecasting Trade Potential between Former Non-Trading Neighbours--The Israeli-Arab Case Niron Hashai Trade, Environmental Regulations and the WTO--New empirical evidence Matthias Busse Are WTO Members Correctly Applying WTO Rules in Safeguard Determinations? Cliff Stevenson Export Cartels--A Developing Country Perspective Aditya Bhattacharjea
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Volume 38, Issue 3, 2004
Moving People to Deliver Services: How Can the WTO Help? Sumanta Chaudhuri, Aaditya Mattoo, Richard Self
The World Trade Organization, Kyoto and Energy Tax Adjustments at the Border Gavin Goh
On the Investigation Effects of United States Anti-dumping Petitions Sung Hee Jun, Shi Young Lee
Trade and Development: Assessing the Impact of Trade Liberalisation on Sustainable Development Clive George, Colin Kirkpatrick
Recent EU Trade Sanctions on the US to Induce Compliance with the WTO Ruling in the Foreign Sales Corporations Case: Its Policy Contradiction Revisited M. Rafiqul Islam
An "Effect-Based" Approach to Anti-Dumping: Why Should We Introduce a "Mandatory Lesser Duty Rule"? Yuka Fukunaga
Standard of Review for World Trade Organization Panels in Trade Remedy Cases: a Critical Analysis Holger Spamann
JOURNAL OF WORLD INVESTMENT AND TRADE Volume 5, Number 4, August 2004 Breaches of Contract and Breaches of Treaty-- The Jurisdiction of Treaty-based Arbitration Tribunals to Decide Breach of Contract Claims in Sgs v. Pakistan and Sgs v. Philippines Stanimir A. Alexandrov Telecommunication Services in China -- Implications of WTO Membership Jingxia Shi Jurisdictional Review of ICSID Awards Philippe Pinsolle Canada's New Foreign Investment Protection and Promotion Agreement--Two Steps Forward, One Step Back? James McIlroy Disciplining Subsidies within an EU­U.S. Open Aviation Area Richard Janda The Changing Nature of Foreign Direct Investment in Developing Countries--Evidence and Implications Georg Caspary and Susanne Berghaus
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Volume 7, Number 4, July 2004
Transparency Measures under Patent Law Regarding Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge -- Disclosure of Source and Evidence of Prior Informed Consent and Benefit-Sharing Martin A. Girsberger
Liberalization of Antitrust Rules for IP Licensing -- Global Trends and Unresolved Issues Joel Davidow
Geographical Indications within GATT Jane Bullbrook
The WTO, Intellectual Property and Aids -- Case Studies from Brazil and South Africa Marcelo Dias Varella
Integrating China's Biotechnology Industry into Global Knowledge Creation -- Intellectual Property Protection is the Key Laura J. Loppacher and William A. Kerr
How the U.S. Interpretation of Flexibilities Inherent In Trips Affects Access to Medicines for Developing Countries Elena Ghanotakis
LEGAL ISSUES OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Volume 30, Issue 2, 2003 Globalization through WTO Integration: Neither Friend nor Foe ICSID Annulment Revisited Christoph Schreuer The EU's Special Safeguard Clause in Respect of China: (How) Will it Work? Marco Bronckers, Martin Goyette Patents vs. Trade? The Issue of Patent Rights Exhaustion Federico Gonzбlez Perini The `Arsenal' of the ECJ for the Protection of Trademarks Rights ­ European Court of Justice, 12 November 2002, Case C-206/01, Arsenal Football Club plc v. Matthew Reed Francesca Romana Barresi ECJ Judgment on the New Tobacco Directive ­ European Court of Justice, December 2002, Case C491/01, The Queen v. Secretary of State for Health, ex parte British American Tobacco (Investments) Ltd. and Imperial Tobacco Ltd. Andrea Iber The Competition Laws of the EU Member States and Switzerland (Vol. II) by Prof. Floris O.W. Vogelaar, Prof. Jules Stuyck and Bart L.P. van Reeken (editors) Guy Leigh
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LEGAL ISSUES OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Volume 30, Issue 3, 2003 Regulatory Special and Differential Treatment in the WTO Assessing the ILO's Efforts to Develop Migration Law Steve Charnovitz Evolutionary Problems of EU Law: the Case of the Union Funds Andrew Evans The EC System of Legal Remedies and Effective Judicial Protection: Does the System Really Need Reform? Xavier Groussot The ECJ's Petrotub Judgment: Towards a Revival of the "Nakajima Doctrine"? Geert A. Zonnekeyn ECJ ­ Judgment on Canal Satйlite Digital ­ European Court of Justice, 22 January 2002, Case C390/99, Canal Satйlite Digital SL v. Administracнon General del Estado' Sebastian Pooschke WTO ­ Chile Price Band System ­ Report of the Appellate Body, 23 September 2002, WT/DS207/AB/R, Chile ­ Price Band System and Safeguard Measures Relating to Certain agricultural products Yongjian Wang Book Review Phedon Nicolaides
LEGAL ISSUES OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Volume 31, Issue 1, 2004 Systemic Research Questions Raised by the Failure of the WTO Ministerial Meeting in Cancun Simon J. Evenett The Fate of Competition Policy in Cancun: Politics or Substance? Taimoon Stewart The Strange Death of Sir Francis Bacon: The Dos and Don'ts of Appellate Advocacy in the WTO James Bacchus The Expiry of the Peace Clause on Agricultural Export Subsidies ­ The Outlook Post-Cancun Humberto N. Siuves Abuse of Law ­ European Court of Justice, 14 December 2000, Case C-110/99, Emsland-Stдrke' Dennis Weber Cross-Border Access to Medical Care: Non-Hospital Care and Waiting Lists ­ European Court of Justice, 13 May 2003, Case C-385/99, Mьller-Faurй v. Onderlinge Waarborgmaatschappij OZ
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Zorgverzekeringen UA and Van Riet v. Onderlinge Waarborgmaatschappij ZAO Verzekeringen, ECR I-0000 A.P. van der Mei
La discriminazione commerciale nel diritto internazionale, Claudio Dordi, and Nationality Discrimination in the European Internal Market, Gareth Davies Mattia Melloni, Annette Schrauwen
LEGAL ISSUES OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Volume 31, Issue 2, 2004 Forging the Public and the Private Sector in the Legal International Order Red Herrings in Direct Tax Cases before the ECJ Peter J. Wattel EU Company Law on the Move Jaap Winter Private Interest Representation in Trade Policy Instruments ­ A Different View Herwig C.H. Hofmann One Day, You're Gonna Pay: The European Court of Justice in Biret Jochem Wiers A Trading Nation ­ Canadian Trade Policy from Colonialism to Globalization, Prof. Michael Hart Guy Harpaz
LEGAL ISSUES OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Volume 31, Issue 3, 2004 EU Enlargement and Government The New Technology Transfer Block Exemption under EC Competition Law Cyril Ritter Mandatory and Discretionary Legislation in WTO Law: A Distinction Worth Preserving? Arwel Davies EC Fundamental Freedoms v. Human Rights in the Case C-112/00 Eugen Schmidberger v. Austria [2003] ECR I-5659 Gйraldine Gonzales A Competition Policy for the WTO, Philip Marsden James Mathis
LEIDEN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
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Articles
An Outline of a Marxist Course on Public International Law B. S. Chimni
Retrieving Marx for the Human Rights Project Brad R. Roth
Hague International Tribunals: International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda
The Precedent of Appeals Chambers Decisions in the International Criminal Tribunals Xavier Tracol
Requests for Review in the Practice of the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda Andrea Carcano
Hague International Tribunals: International Criminal Court
The Powers and Role of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in the Global Fight against Impunity Christopher Keith Hall
Current Legal Developments
Цcalan v. Turkey: Some Comments Annemarieke Kьnzli
Maritime Boundary Delimitation in a Federal Domestic Setting: The Newfoundland and Labrador v. Nova Scotia Arbitration John H. Currie
Some Thoughts on the NATO Position in Relation to the Iraqi Crisis Constantine Antonopoulos
The Telders International Law Moot Court Competition
The Telders International Law Moot Court Competition
Bibliography
Bibliography
Book Reviews
Stephen C. Neff, The Rights and Duties of Neutrals: A General History, Melland Schill Studies in International Law, Manchester, Manchester University Press, New York, Juris, 2000, ISBN 0719054788, 272 pp., Ј49.50 James Cockayne
Joshua Castellino and Steve Allen, Title to Territory in International Law: A Temporal Analysis, Aldershot, Ashgate Publishing, 2003, ISBN 075462224X, 282 pp., Ј60.00, $104.95 Harry Post
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Nicolas de Sadeleer, Environmental Principles ­ From Political Slogans to Legal Rules, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2002, ISBN 0199254745, 433 pp., Ј60.00 Laurence Boisson de Chazournes Stephen McCaffrey, The Law of International Watercourses, Non-Navigational Uses, New York, Oxford University Press, 2001, ISBN 0198257872, 514 pp., $139.50 (hb), ISBN 0199264104, 552 pp., $74.00 (pb) Attila Tanzi and Maurizio Arcari, The United Nations Convention on the Law of International Watercourses: A Framework for Sharing, International and National Water Law and Policy Series 5, London/The Hague/Boston, Kluwer Law International, 2001, ISBN 9041116524, 358 pp., $127.00 Renй Lefeber
LEIDEN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Volume 17, Issue 2, June 2004 Articles What Should International Lawyers Learn from Karl Marx? Martti Koskenniemi Marxism and International Law: Perspectives for the American (Twenty-First) Century? Anthony Carty The Commodity-Form Theory of International Law: An Introduction China Miйville International Tribunals Unravelling the First Three Trials at Indonesia's Ad Hoc Court for Human Rights Violations in East Timor Suzannah Linton Current Legal Developments `We Are Teachers of International Law' Matthew Craven, Susan Marks, Gerry Simpson, Ralph Wilde Universal Jurisdiction: Steps Forward, Steps Back Naomi Roht-Arriaza Orientalism and International Law: The Middle East as the Underclass of the International Legal Order Jean Allain Revisiting General Comment No. 29 of the United Nations Human Rights Committee: About Fair Trial Rights and Derogations in Times of Public Emergency Clйmentine Olivier Bibliography Bibliography
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Michael Byers and Georg Nolte (eds.), United States Hegemony and the Foundations of International Law, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003, 531 pp., ISBN 0521819490, Ј65.00 Robert McCorquodale
Andreas F. Lowenfeld, International Economic Law, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2002, ISBN 0198256671, 820 pp., Ј80.00 M. Matsushita, T. J. Schoenbaum, and P. C. Mavroidis, The World Trade Organization: Law, Practice, and Policy, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2003, ISBN 0198764723, 770 pp., Ј110.00 Tomer Broude
J. L. Holzgrefe and Robert O. Keohane (eds.), Humanitarian Intervention: Ethical, Legal, and Political Dilemmas, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003, ISBN 052152928X (pb), 0521821983 (hb), 350 pp., Ј18.99 (pb), Ј50.00 (hb) Nigel White
LOYOLA OF LOS ANGELES LAW REVIEW Volume 37, Number 2, Fall 2003 The Emerging Transnational Constitution Foreword Introduction Allan Ides Articles Constitutional Analogies in the International Legal System Laurence R. Helfer Transnational/Domestic Constitutional Law Mark Tushnet Transnational Discourse, Relational Authority, and the U.S. Court: Gender Equality Vicki C. Jackson The Contradictions of Supranationalism: Administrative Governance and Constitutionalization in European integration Since the 1950s Peter L. Lindseth Theories of Justice, Human Rights, and the Constitution of International Markets Professor Doctor Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann Notes and Comments The Heeding Presumption and its Application: Distinguishing No Warning from Inadequate Warning Karin L. Bohmholdt Deference to the Majority: Why Isn't the Supreme Court Applying the Reasoning of Atkins v. Virginia to Juveniles?
Forschungsstelle fьr Transnationales Wirtschaftsrecht (TELC) Martin-Luther-Universitдt Halle-Wittenberg Sharon Ongerth
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LOYOLA OF LOS ANGELES LAW REVIEW Volume 37, Number 3, Winter 2004 Symposium: Happy (?) Birthday Rule 11 Foreword Georgene M. Vairo Articles A Reflection on Rulemaking: The Rule 11 Experience Paul D. Carrington and Andrew Wasson Rule 11 and Rule Revision Margaret L. Sanner and Carl Tobias Hindsight, Regret, and Safe Harbors in Rule 11 Litigation Charles Yablon And the Chill Goes On--Federal Civil Rights Plaintiffs Beware: Rule 11 vis-а-vis 28 U.S.C. § 1927 and the Court's Inherent Power Danielle Kie Hart The Reality of "A Last Victim" and Abuse of the Sanctioning Power George Cochran Sanctions under Rule 11: A Cross-Circuit Comparison Jerold S. Solovy, Norman M. Hirsch, Margaret J. Simpson, and Christina T. Tomaras The Relationship between Civil Rule 11 and Lawyer Discipline: An Empirical Analysis Suggesting Institutional Choices in the Regulation of Lawyers Peter A. Joy Integrating Legal Ethics & Professional Responsibility with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11 Richard G. Johnson
NON-STATE ACTORS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW Volume 3, Issue 2-3, 2003 The Relationship between the Security Council and the International Criminal Court in the Light of Resolution 1422 (2202) Olufemi Elias, Anneliese Quast UK Immigration Law under Attack and the Direct Application of Article 8 ECHR by the ECJ Xavier Groussot
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The Internationalisation of Competition Law and Multinational Enterprises (MNEs) as Non-State Actors in the Process Maher M. Dabbah
The Sky is the Limit: The Changing Role of the State in Water Management Issues in the Netherlands Birgitta Dolfing
Involvement of Non-State Actors in the Development of Water Law in Thailand: A Role That Is Ignored? Bantita Pichyakorn
Compound Corporations: The Public Law Foundations of lex mercatoria Michael B. Likosky
International Labour Standards, Codes of Conduct and Gender Issues: A Review of Recent Debates and Controversies Juanita Elias
NGO Expectations of Companies and Human Rights Rory Sullivan
Michael K. Addo (ed), Human Rights Standards and the Responsibility of Transnational Corporations Olusoji Elias
Benjamin J. Richardson, Environmental Regulation through Financial Organisations: Comparative Perspectives on the Industrialised Nations Jonathan Anstey
NON-STATE ACTORS AND INTERNATIONAL LAW Volume 4, Issue 1, March 1 2004 The Application of Customary International Law by National Courts: Introduction Andrй Nollkaemper, Erika de Wet The Determination of Customary International Law in European Courts (France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland) S. Stirling-Zanda Customary International Law before National Courts: Some Reflections from a Continental European Perspective Jan Wouters The Determination of Customary International Law in Australian Courts Henry Burmester The Role of Lawyers in "Establishing" Customary International Law in the Pinochet Case David Lloyd Jones International Law before National Courts: Some Problems from a Common Law Perspective Alan Boyle Treatment of Customary International Law and Use of Expert Evidence by the Dutch Court in the Bouterse Case
Forschungsstelle fьr Transnationales Wirtschaftsrecht (TELC) Martin-Luther-Universitдt Halle-Wittenberg J. H. M. Willems
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The Effect of Customary International Law on Domestic Law: An Overview Maurice Mendelson
NORDIC JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Volume 73, Issue 1, February 2004 Articles Legal Implications Resulting from State Failure in Light of the Case of Somalia Riikka Koskenmдki Some Legal Issues Concerning the EU-NATO Berlin Plus Agreement Martin Reichard The Relationship between Safeguarding Internal Security and Complying with International Obligations of Protection. The Unresolved Issue of Excluded Asylum Seekers Nina Larsaeus The Work of the International Law Commission at Its Fifty-Fifth Session (2003) Martti Koskenniemi, Christopher C. Mosley The Judgment by the International Court of Justice in the Oil Platforms Case Andreas Laursen Creation of a Global Capital Market: Evolution of International Commercial Law in Cross-border Portfolio Investments Parikshit Dasgupta Book Reviews
NORTH CAROLINA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND COMMERCIAL REGULATION Volume 29, Number 1, Fall 2003 Articles The Constitution and Conflict-of-Laws Treaties: Upgrading the International Comity Ayelet Ben-Ezer and Ariel L. Bendor Enter the Dragon: Foreign Direct Investment Laws and Policies in the P.R.C. George O. White III Securing Mobile Assets: The Cape Town Convention and Its Aircraft Protocol Sandeep Gopalan Comment
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East Seats West: China's Accession to the World Trade Organization and the Rise of a Potent Threat to the North Carolina Furniture Industry Daniel H. Johnson
Note
Eldred v. Ashcroft : International Influences and the Outer Limits of the Copyright Clause Shiloh A. Daum
NORTHWESTERN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND BUSINESS Volume 25, Number 1, Fall 2004 Changing Notions of Sovereignty and Federalism in the International Economic System: A Reassessment of WTO Regulation of Federal States and the Regional and local governments Within their Territories Edward T. Hayes Injury Investigations in `Material Retardation' Anti-dumping Cases Prakash Narayanan Test of Multilateralism in International Trade: U.S. Steel Safeguards Y.S. Lee TRIPS' Rebound: An Historical Analysis of How the TRIPS Agreement Can Ricochet Back Against the United States Donald P. Harris A Road Map for Corporate Governance in East Asia Chee Keong Low Flores v. Southern Peru Copper Corporation: The Second Circuit Fails to Set a Threshold for Corporate Alien Tort Claim Act Liability Lori Delaney Communication Breakdown: The recording industry's Pursuit of the Individual Music User, a Comparison of U.S. and E.U. Copyright Protections for Internet Music File Sharing Ryan Bates The Spirit of TRIPS and the Importation of Medicines Made under Compulsory License after the August 2003 TRIPS Council Agreement Jessica J. Fayerman
SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL Volume 5, 2004 Foreword Nathan D. Thomas Lead Articles
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Military Detention and the Judiciary: Al Qaeda, The KKK and Supra-State Law Wayne McCormack
From the Nuremberg Charter to the Rome Statute: Defining the Elements of Crimes against Humanity Mohamed Elewa Badar
The New Partnership for Africa's Development: Institutional and Legal Challenges of Investment Promotion Victor Mosoti
human development Challenges in Africa: A Rights-Based Approach 'Dejo Olowu
Profitable Proposals: Explaining and Addressing the Mail-Order Bride Industry through International Human Rights Law Vanessa Brocato
The Creation of International Commercial Law: Sovereignty Felled? Sandeep Gopalan
Human Rights Approaches of Corruption Control Mechanisms ­ Enhancing the Hong Kong Experience of Corruption Prevention Strategies C. Raj Kumar
Comments
Soldiers of Semipalatinsk: Seeking a Theory and Forum for Legal Remedy
The Race to the Bottom: The United States' Influence on Mexican Labor Law Enforcement
Using Architectural Constraints and Game Theory to Regulate International Cyberspace Behavior
Hong Kong Right of Abode: Ng Siu Tung & Others v. Director of Immigration ­ Constitutional and Human Rights at the Mercy of China
Fishing for Rainbows, the FSC Repeal and Extraterritorial Income Exclusion Act
THE SWISS REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS Issue II, 2004 Betrachtungen zur Aussenwirtschaftspolitik - International Economic Relations: Notes & Comments GATS and Democratic Legitimacy Adlung, Rudolf Artikel ­ Articles Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC): Vom «offenen Regionalismus» zum «neuen Bilateralismus» Ziltener, Patrick De jure versus de facto Exchange Rate Stabilization in Central and Eastern Europe
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Eastern Enlargement, EMU and monetary policy under Fixed Exchange Rates: Lessons from the Experience of West Germany in the Bretton Woods Era Alecke, Bjцrn
WILLIAMETTE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION Volume 12:2, Fall 2004 Conflicts of Law Oregon's Project to Codify Conflicts Law Applicable to Torts James A.R. Nafziger Infinite Combinations: Whether the Duty of Competency Requires Lawyers to Include Choice of Law Clauses in Contracts They Draft for their Clients David Hricik Whither Choice of Law? A Look at Canada and Australia Joost Blom Judicial Globalization and Avoidance of Conflict: A Look at International Contract Litigation Hannah L. Buxbaum Journey to the West: A Comparative Analysis of China's 2003 Proposed, WTO Complaint, Franchise Rules Robert P. Zarkos The Reality of International Adjudication and Arbitration Judge Stephen W. Schwebel
WORLD COMPETITION Volume 27, Issue 2, 2004 Editor's Note Josй Rivas The Reform of European Merger Control: Quid Novi Sub Sole? Francisco Enrique Gonzбlez Dнaz The Combination of the Investigative and Prosecutorial Function and the Adjudicative Function in EC Antitrust Enforcement: A Legal and Economic Analysis Wouter P.J. Wils Analysis of Tying Under Article 82 EC: The European Commission's Microsoft Decision in Perspective Maurits Dolmans, Thomas Graf
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Abuse-of-Dominance Provisions of Central and Eastern European Competition Laws: Have Fears of Over-Enforcement Been Borne Out? Russell Pittman Do Merger Efficiencies Receive "Superior" Treatment in Canada? Some Legal, Policy and Practical Observations Arising from the Canadian Superior Propane Case Neil Finkelstein, Michael Piaskoski Book Reviews
WORLD COMPETITION Volume 27, Issue 3, 2004 Editor's Note Josй Rivas Decentralisation of EC Competition Law Enforcement: Judges in the Frontline Damien Gerard, Koen Lenaerts The New Technology Transfer Block Exemption: A Welcome Reform, After All Maurits Dolmans, Anu Piilola Fiscal State Aid in the EU: The Limits of Tax Autonomy Phedon Nicolaides The Estelle Derclaye Recent US Antitrust Developments of International Relevance Joel Davidow International Competition Policy after Cancъn: Placing a Singapore Issue on the WTO Development Agenda Josef Drexl Competition Law in Thailand: Seeds of Success or Fated to Fail? Mark Williams Book Reviews
WORLD TRADE AND ARBITRATION MATERIALS Volume 16, Issue 3, 2004 World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Policy Review Mechanism ­ Sri Lanka, 3 and 5 March 2004
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World Trade Organization (WTO) Trade Policy Review Mechanism ­ The Gambia, 4 and 6 February 2004
World Trade Organization (WTO) Dispute Settlement Body - United States ­ Anti-Dumping Act of 1916 - Decision by the Arbitrators, 24 February 2004
International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) SGS Sociйtй Gйnйrale de Surveillance v. Republic of the Philippines - Decision of the Tribunal on Objections to Jurisdiction, 29 January 2004
North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Statement of the Free Trade Commission on nondisputing party participation, 7 October 2003
Arbitration Rules - Swiss Rules of International Arbitration, 1 January 2004

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