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Honduras: A Democracy Gone Awry The Forceful Ouster Of A President, Alexander S. Farr Oct 2017

Honduras: A Democracy Gone Awry The Forceful Ouster Of A President, Alexander S. Farr

Law and Business Review of the Americas

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Weathering The Global Financial Crisis: An Overview Of The Canadian Experience, Virginia Torrie Oct 2017

Weathering The Global Financial Crisis: An Overview Of The Canadian Experience, Virginia Torrie

Law and Business Review of the Americas

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Regulation And Supervision Of Microfinance Institutions: A Proposal For A Balanced Approach, B. Seth Mcnew Oct 2017

Regulation And Supervision Of Microfinance Institutions: A Proposal For A Balanced Approach, B. Seth Mcnew

Law and Business Review of the Americas

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Global Corporate Governance And Legal Education, Bernhard Grossfeld Oct 2017

Global Corporate Governance And Legal Education, Bernhard Grossfeld

Law and Business Review of the Americas

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Repealing Birthright Citizenship: How The Dominican Republic's Recent Court Decision Reflects An International Trend, Natalie Sears Oct 2017

Repealing Birthright Citizenship: How The Dominican Republic's Recent Court Decision Reflects An International Trend, Natalie Sears

Law and Business Review of the Americas

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Terrorist Watchlists, Jeffrey Kahn Jan 2017

Terrorist Watchlists, Jeffrey Kahn

Faculty Scholarship

This chapter assesses the legal history and policy development of the U.S. government's system of terrorist watchlists and the institutions established to create and use them. Watchlisting is in fact an old practice given new meaning by technological change and the societal impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Statutes and judicial precedents from an earlier era on which the first post-9/11 watchlists were built were not made to regulate the expanded uses of the new watchlists and presented few if any constraints on their development. Civil litigation has both revealed the inner workings of terrorist ...