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International Investment Arbitration: Winning Losing And Why, Susan D. Franck Jun 2009

International Investment Arbitration: Winning Losing And Why, Susan D. Franck

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Reviewing Supranational Criminology: Towards A Criminology Of International Crimes, Alette Smeulers & Roelof Haveman, Eds. (2008), Mark A. Drumbl Apr 2009

Reviewing Supranational Criminology: Towards A Criminology Of International Crimes, Alette Smeulers & Roelof Haveman, Eds. (2008), Mark A. Drumbl

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Reviewing Kenneth S. Gallant, The Principle Of Legality In International And Comparative Criminal Law (2009), Mark A. Drumbl Jan 2009

Reviewing Kenneth S. Gallant, The Principle Of Legality In International And Comparative Criminal Law (2009), Mark A. Drumbl

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Development And Outcomes Of Investment Treaty Arbitration, Susan D. Franck Jan 2009

Development And Outcomes Of Investment Treaty Arbitration, Susan D. Franck

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The legitimacy of investment treaty arbitration is a matter of heated debate. Asserting that arbitration is unfairly tilted toward the developed world, some countries have withdrawn from World Bank dispute resolution bodies or are taking steps to eliminate arbitration. In order to assess whether investment arbitration is the equivalent of tossing a two-headed coin to resolve investment disputes, this Article explores the role of development status in arbitration outcomes. It first presents descriptive, quantitative research about the developmental background of the presiding arbitrators who exert particular control over the arbitration process. The Article then assesses how (1) the development status ...


The Future Of Law And Development: Investment Treaty Abritration And Law & Development, Susan D. Franck Jan 2009

The Future Of Law And Development: Investment Treaty Abritration And Law & Development, Susan D. Franck

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Reviewing Tom Farer, Confronting Global Terrorism And American Neoconservatives: The Framework Of A Grand Strategy, Russell A. Miller Jan 2009

Reviewing Tom Farer, Confronting Global Terrorism And American Neoconservatives: The Framework Of A Grand Strategy, Russell A. Miller

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The Push To Criminalize Aggression: Something Lost Amid The Gains?, Mark A. Drumbl Jan 2009

The Push To Criminalize Aggression: Something Lost Amid The Gains?, Mark A. Drumbl

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The International Criminal Court has jurisdiction over the crime of aggression, but the Rome Statute fails to define the crime. A Special Work- ing Group on the Crime of Aggression, however, has made considerable progress in developing a definition. The consensus that has emerged favors a narrow definition. Three characteristics animate this consensus: (1) that state action is central to the crime; (2) that acts of aggression involve inter- state armed conflict; and (3) that criminal responsibility attaches only to very top political or military leaders. This Article normatively challenges this consensus. I argue that expanding the scope of the ...