Volume 43 Articles

Volume 43 Number 3 (Summer 2008)

Articles

Legal Integration of NAFTA Through Supranational Adjudication
Jay Lawrence Westbrook
The Convergence of Renewed Nationalization, Rising Commodities, and “Americanization” in International Arbitration and the Need for More Rigorous Legal and Procedural Defenses
Kevin T. Jacobs & Matthew G. Paulson
The Choice-of-Law Rules of the European Community Regulation on the Law Applicable to Non-Contractual Obligations: Simple and Predictable, Consequences-Based, or Neither?
Russell J. Weintraub
Food Safety Regulation in the European Union: Toward an Unavoidable Centralization of Regulatory Powers
Emilie H. Leibovitch
Questioning Civilian Immunity
Aaron Xavier Fellmeth

Comments

No Direction Home: Nationalism and Statelessness in the Baltics
Annelies Lottmann
SGS v. Philippines and the Role of ICSID Tribunals in Investor-State Contract Disputes
Matthew Wendlandt

Volume 43 Number 2 (Spring 2008)

Articles

Consumer Over-Indebtedness: A U.S. Perspective
A. Mechele Dickerson
Making Trade Liberalization Work for the Poor: Trade Law and the Informal Economy in Colombia
Kevin J. Fandl
The Solitude of Latin America: The Struggle for Rights South of the Border
Ángel R. Oquendo
Upholding Human Rights in the Hemisphere: Casting Down Impunity Through the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Morse H. Tan
Clientelism in Argentina: Piqueteros and Relief Payment Plans for the Unemployed – Misunderstanding the Role of Civil Society
Ramiro Salvochea

Comment

The Result of Disparate Treatment of Third-Country Alien Employees in Multinational Enterprises: A Class Distinction
Erin Murdock

Volume 43 Number 1 (Fall 2007)

Articles

Defining Unlawful Enemy Combatants: A Centripetal Story
Allison M. Danner
Schizophrenic Treaty Law
David Sloss
Questioning the Jurisdictional Moorings of the Military Commissions Act
Geoffrey S. Corn
Standards and Procedures for Classifying “Enemy Combatants”: Congress, What Have You Done?
Kristine A. Huskey
From the “Constitution of the Maritime Safety Committee” to the “Constitution of the Council”: Will the IMCO Experience Repeat Itself at the IMO Nearly Fifty Years On? The Juridical Politics of an International Organization
Ademun-Odeke

Comment

Adding Tools to the Arsenal: Options for Restitution from the Intermediary Seller and Recovery for Good-Faith Possessors of Nazi-Looted Art
Kiesha Minyard