Volume 45 Articles

Volume 45 Number 3 (Spring 2010)

Articles

Leveraging Asylum
James C. Hathaway
Personal Jurisdiction over Non-Resident Class Members: Have We Gone Down the Wrong Road?
Tanya J. Monestier
The Demise of Development in the Doha Round Negotiations
Sungjoon Cho

Notes

Promoting Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: A Comparison of Policies in the United States and the United Kingdom and Factors Encouraging Advancement
Jody Schechter
How Property Rights Are Affected by the Texas-Mexico Border Fence: A Failure Due to Insufficient Procedure
Nicole Miller

Comment

It’s Time to Leave the Troubles Behind: Northern Ireland Must Try Paramilitary Suspects by Jury Rather Than in Diplock-type Courts
Lisa Miriam Jacobs

Volume 45 Number 2 (Winter 2009)

Articles

Exceptional Engagement: Protocol I and a World United Against Terrorism
Michael A. Newton
Change, Dependency, and Regime Plasticity in Offshore Financial Intermediation: The Saga of the Netherlands Antilles
Craig M. Boise & Andrew P. Morriss

Note

Shifting Viewpoints: The Foreign Trade Antitrust Improvement Act, A Substantive or Jurisdictional Approach
Edward Valdespino

Comment

Sotomayor and the Future of International Law
Julia Salvatore, Suparna Salil & Michael Whelan

Volume 45 Number 1 (Fall 2009)

Articles

Resurrecting the Doha Round: Devilish Details, Grand Themes, and China Too
Raj Bhala
Foreign Investment in China: Will the Anti-Monopoly Law be a Barrier or a Facilitator?
Professor Mark Williams
At the End of a Long Trade Policy Road
John D. Greenwald
Intellectual Property Rights in Information and Communications Technology Standardization: High-Profile Disputes and Potential for Collaboration Between the United States and China
Baisheng An
Green from Above: Climate Change, New Developmental Strategy, and Regulatory Choice in China
Dongsheng Zang
Something Wicked This Way Comes: The United States Government’s Response to Unsafe Imported Chinese Toys and Subsidized Chinese Exports
Scott D. McBride

Note

Talking to the Enemy: State Legitimacy Concerns with Engaging Non-State Armed Groups
Dawn Steinhoff