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A New Restatement-For The International Age, Mathias Reimann Apr 2000

A New Restatement-For The International Age, Mathias Reimann

Indiana Law Journal

Symposium: Preparing for the Next Century-A New Restatement of Conflicts?


Pluralities Of Justice, Modalities Of Peace: The Role Of Law(S) In A Palestinian-Israeli Accommodation, Perry Dane Jan 2000

Pluralities Of Justice, Modalities Of Peace: The Role Of Law(S) In A Palestinian-Israeli Accommodation, Perry Dane

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

commentary


Civilization And Commerce: The Concept Of Governance In Historical Perspective, Antony Anghie Jan 2000

Civilization And Commerce: The Concept Of Governance In Historical Perspective, Antony Anghie

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Negotiations And Agreements Are Better Than Legal Resolutions: A Response To Professor John Quigley, Shimon Shetreet Jan 2000

Negotiations And Agreements Are Better Than Legal Resolutions: A Response To Professor John Quigley, Shimon Shetreet

Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law

commentary


Critical Race Theory And International Law: The View Of An Insider-Outsider, Makau Mutua Jan 2000

Critical Race Theory And International Law: The View Of An Insider-Outsider, Makau Mutua

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Multinational Enterprises And Human Rights, Cristina Baez, Michele Dearing, Margaret Delatour, Christine Dixon Jan 2000

Multinational Enterprises And Human Rights, Cristina Baez, Michele Dearing, Margaret Delatour, Christine Dixon

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


International Child Abduction And The Escape From Domestic Violence, Merle H. Weiner Jan 2000

International Child Abduction And The Escape From Domestic Violence, Merle H. Weiner

Fordham Law Review

The violence went on for nine months. . . . By the end, the beatings were happening weekly, sometimes three times a week. . . . It always went on in front of the kids. . . . My daughter still asks, 'Why'd papa try to break your arms and legs?'. . . I left France when I realized after nine months that there was nothing I could do there to stop the violence.


The Rise Or The Fall Of International Law?, Edith Brown Weiss Jan 2000

The Rise Or The Fall Of International Law?, Edith Brown Weiss

Fordham Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Right To Compensation In Bosnia: An Unfulfilled Promise And A Challenge To International Law, Eric Rosand Jan 2000

The Right To Compensation In Bosnia: An Unfulfilled Promise And A Challenge To International Law, Eric Rosand

Cornell International Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Holding Public Officials Accountable In The International Realm: A New Multi-Layered Strategy To Combat Corruption, Brian C. Harms Jan 2000

Holding Public Officials Accountable In The International Realm: A New Multi-Layered Strategy To Combat Corruption, Brian C. Harms

Cornell International Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Space Invaders: Critical Geography, The Third World In International Law And Critical Race Theory, Keith Aoki Jan 2000

Space Invaders: Critical Geography, The Third World In International Law And Critical Race Theory, Keith Aoki

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Lessons From The Past And Strategies For The Future: Using Domestic, International And Comparative Law To Overturn Sodomy Laws, Charlene Smith, James Wilets Jan 2000

Lessons From The Past And Strategies For The Future: Using Domestic, International And Comparative Law To Overturn Sodomy Laws, Charlene Smith, James Wilets

Seattle University Law Review

This Article will first discuss the legal importance of challenging sodomy laws, even though those laws are rarely enforced. It will then discuss the importance of incorporating international and comparative law in formulating these challenges. In Section II, Professor Charlene Smith will discuss past and future strategies, focusing on the topics of equal protection, morality, and the difference (or lack thereof) between acts and status. In Section III, Professor Jim Wilets will explore incorporating international and comparative law into domestic challenges to U.S. sodomy laws. This Article will demonstrate that there is binding Supreme Court authority requiring all U ...


The Secret Of The Court In The Netherlands, Niels F. Van Manen Jan 2000

The Secret Of The Court In The Netherlands, Niels F. Van Manen

Seattle University Law Review

The procedural organization of the legal system in the Netherlands is quite different from the North American model. The Dutch legal system forbids the publication of dissenting opinions. There is even a veil of ignorance about unanimity, created by what is "secret of the court": justice is handed out in black and white terms, regardless of the judges' motivations. This might create an image of unity and unanimity, and thus promote the legitimacy of jurisprudence, however, this secret of the court also prevents the effects of therapeutic jurisprudence, since those who have "won," but even more so those who have ...