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From International Competitive Carrier To The Wto: A Survey Of The Fcc’S International Telecommunications Policy Initiatives 1985-1998, Lawrence J. Spiwak Dec 1998

From International Competitive Carrier To The Wto: A Survey Of The Fcc’S International Telecommunications Policy Initiatives 1985-1998, Lawrence J. Spiwak

Federal Communications Law Journal

With the creation and implementation of the February 1996 World Trade Organization Agreement on Basic Telecommunications Services, the international telecommunications community has (at least on paper) promised ostensibly to move away from markets characterized by monopolies and toward a world of competition and deregulation. The big question, however, is whether these efforts will actually lead to better economic performance in the market for international telecommunications products and services. This Article examines one particular, yet extremely significant, portion of this inquiry—how much have U.S. international telecommunications policies specifically helped or hindered this process. This Article, after surveying Federal Communications Commission (FCC …


Of Solemn Oaths And Obligations: The Environmental Impact Of The Icj’S Decision In The Case Of The Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project, Stephen Stec, Gabriel Eckstein Dec 1998

Of Solemn Oaths And Obligations: The Environmental Impact Of The Icj’S Decision In The Case Of The Gabcikovo-Nagymaros Project, Stephen Stec, Gabriel Eckstein

Faculty Scholarship

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The law of treaties often conjures up images of states as rotund gentlemen with whiskers, vests, and watch-chains proclaiming solemn and chivalric oaths upon their honour. Treaties are sacred in the same way that a man's word is his bond. This type of relationship among states is largely unquestioned since much of the way we live in the world depends upon the assumption of the inviolability of sovereign states and their treaties. Any challenge to these assumptions would surely evoke horror at the unmentionable void that would result-except in lawyers who make their livings shaving nuances. However, in …


Index (Volume 72) Dec 1998

Index (Volume 72)

International Law Studies

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Permanent Concerns, Legal Norms, And The Changing International Order, Robert S. Wood Dec 1998

Permanent Concerns, Legal Norms, And The Changing International Order, Robert S. Wood

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Emerging Role Of Nato In Un Peace Enforcement Operations, James P. Terry Dec 1998

The Emerging Role Of Nato In Un Peace Enforcement Operations, James P. Terry

International Law Studies

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Crafting The Rules Of Engagement For Haiti, Stephen A. Rose Dec 1998

Crafting The Rules Of Engagement For Haiti, Stephen A. Rose

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Shooting Down Drug Traffickers, Phillip A. Johnson Dec 1998

Shooting Down Drug Traffickers, Phillip A. Johnson

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The U.S. Freedom Of Navigation Program, Procedure, And Future, Dennis Mandsager Dec 1998

The U.S. Freedom Of Navigation Program, Procedure, And Future, Dennis Mandsager

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Introduction (Volume 72) Dec 1998

Introduction (Volume 72)

International Law Studies

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International Law And Naval Operations, James H. Dolye Jr. Dec 1998

International Law And Naval Operations, James H. Dolye Jr.

International Law Studies

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Nuclear Weapons And The World Court: The Icj's Advisory Opinion And Its Significance For U.S. Strategic Doctrine, Robert F. Turner Dec 1998

Nuclear Weapons And The World Court: The Icj's Advisory Opinion And Its Significance For U.S. Strategic Doctrine, Robert F. Turner

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Clipped Wings: Effective And Legal No-Fly Zone Rules Of Engagement, Michael N. Schmitt Dec 1998

Clipped Wings: Effective And Legal No-Fly Zone Rules Of Engagement, Michael N. Schmitt

International Law Studies

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The Principal Of The Military Objective In The Law Of Armed Conflict, Horace B. Robertson Jr. Dec 1998

The Principal Of The Military Objective In The Law Of Armed Conflict, Horace B. Robertson Jr.

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


War Crimes, Howard S. Levie Dec 1998

War Crimes, Howard S. Levie

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Law Of War In Historical Perspective, Leslie C. Green Dec 1998

The Law Of War In Historical Perspective, Leslie C. Green

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents (Volume 72) Dec 1998

Table Of Contents (Volume 72)

International Law Studies

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Anticipatory Collective Self-Defense In The Charter Era: What The Treaties Have Said, George K. Walker Dec 1998

Anticipatory Collective Self-Defense In The Charter Era: What The Treaties Have Said, George K. Walker

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Full Volume 72: Law Of Military Operations Liber Amicorum Dec 1998

Full Volume 72: Law Of Military Operations Liber Amicorum

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Maritime Claims Reference Manual And The Law Of Baselines, J. Ashley Roach Dec 1998

The Maritime Claims Reference Manual And The Law Of Baselines, J. Ashley Roach

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


Guarding The Coast: Alien Migrant Interdiction Operations At Sea, Gary W. Palmer Dec 1998

Guarding The Coast: Alien Migrant Interdiction Operations At Sea, Gary W. Palmer

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Framework In The Founding Act For Nato-Russian Joint Peacekeeping Operations, Myron H. Nordquist Dec 1998

The Framework In The Founding Act For Nato-Russian Joint Peacekeeping Operations, Myron H. Nordquist

International Law Studies

No abstract provided.


The Political Economy Of Statutory Reach: U.S. Disclosure Rules In A Globalizing Market For Securities, Merritt B. Fox Dec 1998

The Political Economy Of Statutory Reach: U.S. Disclosure Rules In A Globalizing Market For Securities, Merritt B. Fox

Michigan Law Review

This Article addresses the appropriate reach of the U.S. mandatory securities disclosure regime. While disclosure obligations are imposed on issuers, they are triggered by transactions:- the public offering of, or public trading in, the issuers' shares. Share transactions are taking o n an increasingly transnational character. The barriers to a truly global market for equities continue to lessen: financial information is becoming increasingly globalized and it is becoming increasingly inexpensive and easy to effect share transactions abroad. There are approximately 41,000 issuers of publicly traded shares in the world. For an ever larger portion of these issuers, there will be …


Secrets In Plain View: Covert Action The U.S. Way, M.E. Bowman Dec 1998

Secrets In Plain View: Covert Action The U.S. Way, M.E. Bowman

International Law Studies

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The Treaty Power And American Federalism, Curtis A. Bradley Nov 1998

The Treaty Power And American Federalism, Curtis A. Bradley

Michigan Law Review

For much of this century, American foreign affairs law has assumed that there is a sharp distinction between what is foreign and what is domestic, between what is external and what is internal. This assumption underlies a dual regime of constitutional law, in which federal regulation of foreign affairs is subject to a different, and generally more relaxed, set of constitutional restraints than federal regulation of domestic affairs. In what is perhaps its most famous endorsement of this proposition, the Supreme Court stated in 1936 that "the federal power over external affairs [is] in origin and essential character different from …


Why Clinton Should Pardon Pollard – Now, Kenneth Lasson Oct 1998

Why Clinton Should Pardon Pollard – Now, Kenneth Lasson

All Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Brazil Oct 1998

Brazil

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Paraguay Oct 1998

Paraguay

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Why The Wto Should Require The Application Of The Evidentiary Threshold Requirement In Antidumping Investigations Tara Gingerich , Tara Gingerich Oct 1998

Why The Wto Should Require The Application Of The Evidentiary Threshold Requirement In Antidumping Investigations Tara Gingerich , Tara Gingerich

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The North American Agreement Of Labor Cooperation And Its Effects On Women Working In Mexican Maquiladoras , Nicole L. Grimm Oct 1998

The North American Agreement Of Labor Cooperation And Its Effects On Women Working In Mexican Maquiladoras , Nicole L. Grimm

American University Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Role Of International Equity In A Sustainable Future: The Continuing Problem Of Third World Debt And Development, Todd Johnston Oct 1998

The Role Of International Equity In A Sustainable Future: The Continuing Problem Of Third World Debt And Development, Todd Johnston

Buffalo Environmental Law Journal

No abstract provided.