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Swedish Parental Leave Policy And Its Lessons To The U.S., Jon Kosich Sep 1992

Swedish Parental Leave Policy And Its Lessons To The U.S., Jon Kosich

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Volume 11 - Number 1: Table Of Contents Sep 1992

Volume 11 - Number 1: Table Of Contents

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Assessing Universal Access To Health Care: An Analysis Of Legal Principle And Economic Feasibility, Carlo V. Diflorio Sep 1992

Assessing Universal Access To Health Care: An Analysis Of Legal Principle And Economic Feasibility, Carlo V. Diflorio

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Haitian Refugee Center, Inc. V. James Baker, Iii: The Dred Scott Case Of Immigration Law, Thomas David Jones Sep 1992

Haitian Refugee Center, Inc. V. James Baker, Iii: The Dred Scott Case Of Immigration Law, Thomas David Jones

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The South And The Earth Summit: The Development/Environment Dichotomy, Dr. Ranee K.L. Panjabi Sep 1992

The South And The Earth Summit: The Development/Environment Dichotomy, Dr. Ranee K.L. Panjabi

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Economic Development In Ravaged Haiti: Is Democracy Really The Answer?, Barbara L. Bernier Sep 1992

Economic Development In Ravaged Haiti: Is Democracy Really The Answer?, Barbara L. Bernier

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Volume 10 - Number 3: Table Of Contents May 1992

Volume 10 - Number 3: Table Of Contents

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Prosecuting Iraqi Crimes: Fulfilling The Expectations Of International Law After The Gulf War, Louis Rene Beres May 1992

Prosecuting Iraqi Crimes: Fulfilling The Expectations Of International Law After The Gulf War, Louis Rene Beres

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of European Political Cooperation During The Persian Gulf Crisis, Donna G. Starr May 1992

An Analysis Of European Political Cooperation During The Persian Gulf Crisis, Donna G. Starr

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Changing Role Of The United Nations: Halting Nuclear Proliferation In Iraq, Michele E. Martin May 1992

The Changing Role Of The United Nations: Halting Nuclear Proliferation In Iraq, Michele E. Martin

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


An Analysis Of The Civil Service Disciplinary System Of Saudi Arabia And Kuwait: An Islamic Perspective And A Comparative Overview, Abd El-Mahdi Massadeh May 1992

An Analysis Of The Civil Service Disciplinary System Of Saudi Arabia And Kuwait: An Islamic Perspective And A Comparative Overview, Abd El-Mahdi Massadeh

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


General Index May 1992

General Index

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Environmental Warfare And The Persian Gulf War: Possible Remedies To Combat Intentional Destruction Of The Environment, Marc A. Ross May 1992

Environmental Warfare And The Persian Gulf War: Possible Remedies To Combat Intentional Destruction Of The Environment, Marc A. Ross

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Gulf War: A Practitioner's View, W. Hays Parks May 1992

The Gulf War: A Practitioner's View, W. Hays Parks

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Author Index May 1992

Author Index

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Persian Gulf War Cease-Fire Agreement Compared With The Japanese Peace Treaty In Terms Of Reparations And Reconstruction, Adam Andrew Levy May 1992

The Persian Gulf War Cease-Fire Agreement Compared With The Japanese Peace Treaty In Terms Of Reparations And Reconstruction, Adam Andrew Levy

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Volume 10 - Number 2: Table Of Contents Jan 1992

Volume 10 - Number 2: Table Of Contents

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Basle Committee International Capital Adequacy Standards: Analysis And Implications For The Banking Industry, Duncan E. Alford Jan 1992

Basle Committee International Capital Adequacy Standards: Analysis And Implications For The Banking Industry, Duncan E. Alford

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Yugoslavian Civil War: An Analysis Of The Applicability Of The Laws Of War Governing Non-International Armed Conflicts In The Modern World, Charles Lewis Nier Iii Jan 1992

The Yugoslavian Civil War: An Analysis Of The Applicability Of The Laws Of War Governing Non-International Armed Conflicts In The Modern World, Charles Lewis Nier Iii

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Is The United States Government Justified In Indefinitely Detaining Cuban Exiles In Federal Prisons?, Brigitta I. Sandberg Jan 1992

Is The United States Government Justified In Indefinitely Detaining Cuban Exiles In Federal Prisons?, Brigitta I. Sandberg

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Prospects For An International Criminal Court In The 1990s, Joel Cavicchia Jan 1992

The Prospects For An International Criminal Court In The 1990s, Joel Cavicchia

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Arab Maghreb Union: Possibilities Of Maghrebine Political And Economic Unity, And Enhanced Trade In The World Community, Robert W. Mckeon Jr. Jan 1992

The Arab Maghreb Union: Possibilities Of Maghrebine Political And Economic Unity, And Enhanced Trade In The World Community, Robert W. Mckeon Jr.

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


National Copyright Law V. Community Law: Which Law Is Controlling In Intellectual Property Derivative Market Products?, Lynne Kimberly Law Jan 1992

National Copyright Law V. Community Law: Which Law Is Controlling In Intellectual Property Derivative Market Products?, Lynne Kimberly Law

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Eastern Europe's Policy Of Restitution Of Property In The 1990s, Michael L. Neff Jan 1992

Eastern Europe's Policy Of Restitution Of Property In The 1990s, Michael L. Neff

Penn State International Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tax Liability And Inarbitrability In International Commercial Arbitration, Thomas E. Carbonneau, Andrew W. Sheldrick Jan 1992

Tax Liability And Inarbitrability In International Commercial Arbitration, Thomas E. Carbonneau, Andrew W. Sheldrick

Journal Articles

This essay engages in a narrow but crucial inquiry into the limits the inarbitrability defense may now impose upon the exercise of arbitral jurisdiction. While it is assumed that matters relating directly to status and capacity, testamentary dispositions, and title to immovable property fall outside the jurisdictional reach of international arbitrators, the question becomes whether any national regulatory laws, such as tax laws, benefit from the same status of inviolability.


The Survival Of Civil Law In North America: The Case Of Louisiana, Thomas E. Carbonneau Jan 1992

The Survival Of Civil Law In North America: The Case Of Louisiana, Thomas E. Carbonneau

Journal Articles

There are legitimate historical reasons for speaking seriously about a civil law heritage in Louisiana. French and Spanish civilian influences permeated the Louisiana Civil Code when it was first enacted in 1808. The current status of the civil law in Louisiana, however, is problematic; the American common law methodology has made significant inroads into the operation of the current legal system. Separated from its parenting source by geography, time, and culture, Louisiana civil law has become an ill-defined civilian entity that, in reality, is more of a common law process with civil law trappings. The civil law nonetheless has a ...


Proof In Law And Science, David H. Kaye Jan 1992

Proof In Law And Science, David H. Kaye

Journal Articles

This article addresses proof in both science and law. Both disciplines utilize proof of facts and proof of theories, but for different purposes and, consequently, in different ways. Some similarities exist, however, in how both disciplines use a series of premises followed by a conclusion to form an argument, and thus constitute a logic. This article analyzes the ways in which legal logic and scientific logic differ. Finding facts in law involves the same logic but quite different procedures than scientific fact-finding. Finding, or rather constructing, the law is also very different from scientific theorizing. But such differences do not ...


Whatever Happened To The Fourth Amendment: Undocumented Immigrants' Rights After Ins V. Lopenz-Mendoza And United States V. Verdugo-Urquidez, Victor C. Romero Jan 1992

Whatever Happened To The Fourth Amendment: Undocumented Immigrants' Rights After Ins V. Lopenz-Mendoza And United States V. Verdugo-Urquidez, Victor C. Romero

Journal Articles

This Note rejects the Court's approach to the Fourth Amendment in Lopez and Verdugo and attempts to redefine the boundaries of Fourth Amendment protections for undocumented immigrants. Part I examines the impact of the Lopez and Verdugo decisions upon undocumented immigrants' Fourth Amendment rights. Part II evaluates the arguments for extending Fourth Amendment protections to undocumented immigrants. Viewing the Fourth Amendment as a restriction on government intrusion, Part III examines the constitutional remedies available to undocumented immigrants. This part rejects the Lopez restrictions on the applicability of the exclusionary rule and concludes that the Fourth Amendment neither draws distinctions ...


Where Have You Gone, Karl Llewellyn - Should Congress Turn Its Lonely Eyes To You, Stephen F. Ross Jan 1992

Where Have You Gone, Karl Llewellyn - Should Congress Turn Its Lonely Eyes To You, Stephen F. Ross

Journal Articles

The purpose of this paper is to explore what, if anything, Congress should do about the canons of statutory construction to prevent judges who are more conservative (or perhaps, in a future era, more progressive) than the majority of the legislature from employing those canons to distort or frustrate legislative policy preferences.