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2000

University of Chicago Law School

Chicago Journal of International Law

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International Governance And American Democracy, Paul B. Stephan Sep 2000

International Governance And American Democracy, Paul B. Stephan

Chicago Journal of International Law

Does international governance threaten to crowd out American democracy? Many public figures and scholars think so. The street theater in Seattle last fall and Senator Dole's effort to establish a national tribunal to review World Trade Organization ("WTO") dispute resolution decisions both attest to the extent of the concern. As international institutions burgeon in number and significance, the residuum of authority left in our national government seems an ever diminishing domain. Extrapolating into the future, one can envision a time when the United States retains only as much sovereignty as, say, the members of the European Union or the ...


Table Of Contents, Cjil Editors Sep 2000

Table Of Contents, Cjil Editors

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Book Notes: The Law Of Peoples By John Rawls, Harvard 1999, Victor Peterson Sep 2000

Book Notes: The Law Of Peoples By John Rawls, Harvard 1999, Victor Peterson

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Title Page, Cjil Editors Sep 2000

Title Page, Cjil Editors

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Foreword, Cjil Editors Sep 2000

Foreword, Cjil Editors

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International Law And The American National Interest, Michael Byers Sep 2000

International Law And The American National Interest, Michael Byers

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There are those, John Bolton and Paul Stephan among them, who worry that international law poses something of a threat to the US national interest. They argue that the United States should disengage from international law and international institutions, that to the degree the United States involves itself in foreign affairs, it should favor unilateral over multilateral action. To others, this concern seems misplaced: what does the sole superpower have to fear from international law? Moreover, the response continues, even if international law is not directly beneficial to the United States, it is dearly beneficial to at least some other ...


Book Notes: International Law And Infectious Diseases By David P. Fidler, Oxford 1999, D. Daniel Skokol Sep 2000

Book Notes: International Law And Infectious Diseases By David P. Fidler, Oxford 1999, D. Daniel Skokol

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Book Note:The Future Of International Human Rights: Commemorating The 50th Anniversary Of The Universal Declarations Of Human Rights, Burns H. Weston And Stephen P. Marks, Editors, Transnational Press 1999, Andrew Cohen Sep 2000

Book Note:The Future Of International Human Rights: Commemorating The 50th Anniversary Of The Universal Declarations Of Human Rights, Burns H. Weston And Stephen P. Marks, Editors, Transnational Press 1999, Andrew Cohen

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Masthead, Cjil Editors Sep 2000

Masthead, Cjil Editors

Chicago Journal of International Law

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Foreword, Cjil Editors Apr 2000

Foreword, Cjil Editors

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The Human Rights Act Of 1988 What It Means: The Incorporation Of The European Convention On The Human Rights In The Legal Order Of The United Kingdom. Lammy Betton, Ed., Susan R. Gihring Mar 2000

The Human Rights Act Of 1988 What It Means: The Incorporation Of The European Convention On The Human Rights In The Legal Order Of The United Kingdom. Lammy Betton, Ed., Susan R. Gihring

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A Comparative Look At The Rule Of Law In The European Constitution, By Maria Luisa Fernandez Esteban, And The Constitution Of Europe: Do The New Clothes Have An Emperor? And Other Essays On European Integration By J.H.H. Weiler, Elizabeth Pelletreau Mar 2000

A Comparative Look At The Rule Of Law In The European Constitution, By Maria Luisa Fernandez Esteban, And The Constitution Of Europe: Do The New Clothes Have An Emperor? And Other Essays On European Integration By J.H.H. Weiler, Elizabeth Pelletreau

Chicago Journal of International Law

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Ec Company Law, Vanessa Edwards, Clarendon Press 1999, Michael Scott Mar 2000

Ec Company Law, Vanessa Edwards, Clarendon Press 1999, Michael Scott

Chicago Journal of International Law

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Masthead, Cjil Editors Mar 2000

Masthead, Cjil Editors

Chicago Journal of International Law

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Essays On The Nature Of International Trade Law, Robert E. Hudee, Cameron R. Krieger Jan 2000

Essays On The Nature Of International Trade Law, Robert E. Hudee, Cameron R. Krieger

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