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    International and Comparative Law Quarterly

    International and Comparative Law Quarterly

    2000, Vol.49               

    2001, Vol.50               

    2002, Vol.51               

    2003, Vol.52               

    2004, Vol.53

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    International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2000, Vol.49

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Nial Fennelly

    The Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and the European Court of Justice a Personal View

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-14

    Matthew Happold

    Independence: In or Out of Europe? An Independent Scotland and the European Union

     No.1 January

     pp. 15 - 34

    Duncan French

    Developing States and International Environmental Law: The Importance of Differentiated Responsibilities

     No.1 January

     pp. 35-60

    Janet Blake

    On Defining the Cultural Heritage

     No.1 January

     pp. 61-85

    Pippa Rogerson

    Habitual Residence: The New Domicile?

     No.1 January

     pp. 86-107

    Zanifa McDowell

    Forum Non Conveniens: the Caribbean and its Response to Xenophobia in American Courts

     No.1 January

     pp. 108-130

    Kyu Ho Youm

    The Interaction between American and Foreign Libel Law: U.S. Courts Refuse to Enforce English Libel Judgments

     No.1 January

     pp. 131-165

    Trevor C. Hartley

    Antisuit Injunctions and the Brussels Jurisdiction and Judgments Convention

     No.1 January

     pp. 166-171

    Morten P. Broberg

    The European Commission's Extraterritorial Powers in Merger Control

     No.1 January

     pp. 172-182

    Yash Ghai

    The Basic Law of the Special Administrative Region of Macau: Some Reflections

     No.1 January

     pp. 183-198

    Helen Trouille

    Private Life and Public Image: Privacy Legislation in France

     No.1 January

     pp. 199-208

    Stefan Enchelmaier

    I. Agriculture, Fisheries, and Environment

     No.1 January

     pp. 209-222

    Steve Peers

    II. Justice and Home Affairs

     No.1 January

     pp. 222-227

    Robert Lane

    III. Competition

     No.1 January

     pp. 227-234

    Michael Michael, David McIntyre

    IV. Excise, Vat And Customs

     No.1 January

     pp. 234-241

    Shigeru Oda

    The Compulsory Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice: A Myth?

     No.2 April

     pp. 251-277

    Anthony Aust

    Lockerbie: The Other Case

     No.2 April

     pp. 278-296

    Geoffrey Samuel

    Can Gaius Really Be Compared To Darwin?

     No.2 April

     pp. 297-329

    Dino Kritsiotis

    The Kosovo Crisis and Nato's Application of Armed Force Against the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia

     No.2 April

     pp. 330-359

    Andrew S. Butler

    Legal Aid Before Human Rights Treaty Monitoring Bodies

     No.2 April

     pp. 360-389

    Pearlie M. C. Koh

    Enhancing Economic Co-Operation: A Regional Arbitration Centre for Asean?

     No.2 April

     pp. 390-412

    Roger J. Goebel

    Legal Practice Rights of Domestic and Foreign Lawyers in the United Statesش

     No.2 April

     pp. 413-444

    James T. Mchugh

    Making Public Law, Public : An Analysis of the Quebec Reference Case and its Significance for Comparative Constitutional Analysis

     No.2 April

     pp. 445-462

    Margaret Demerieux

    Thomas and Hilaire v. Baptiste and the Attorney-General of Trinidad and Tobago

     No.2 April

     pp. 463-466

    Louise De La Fayette

    The M/V Saiga (No.2. Case (St. Vincent and the Grenadines v. Guinea), Judgment

     No.2 April

     pp. 467-476

    William Gilmore, Colin Warbrick, Dominic McGoldrick

    I. Drug Trafficking at Sea: the Case of R. v. Charrington and Others

     No.2 April

     pp. 477-489

    Colin Warbrick

    Judicial Jurisdiction and Abuse of Process

     No.2 April

     pp. 489-496

    Wendy Kennett

    Family Law; Civil and Commercial Matters; the Hague Conventions in the Internet Age

     No.2 April

     pp. 497-507

    Sir Robert Carnwath

    E.C.H.R. Remedies From a Common Law Perspective

     No.3 July

     517-527

     

    III. Other Developments

     No.3 July

     742-743

    Jeremy Carver, Jenine Hulsmann

    The Role of Article 50 of the Un Charter in the Search for International Peace and Security

     No.3 July

     528-557

    Guglielmo Verdirame

    The Genocide Definition in the Jurisprudence of the Ad Hoc Tribunals

     No.3 July

     578-598

    George L. Gretton

    Trusts Without Equity

     No.3 July

     599-620

    Anne Looijestijn-Clearie

    Centros Ltd A Complete U-Turn in the Right of Establishment for Companies?

     No.3 July

     pp. 621-642

    John Murphy

    Rationality and Cultural Pluralism in the Non-recognition of Foreign Marriages

     No.3 July

     pp. 643-659

    John Bell

    Celebrating 200 Years Of The Conseil D'etat

     No.3 July

     pp. 660 - 661

    John Bell

    What is the Function of the Conseil D'etat in the Preparation of Legislation?

     No.3 July

     pp. 661-672

    Nicole Questiaux

    Do the Opinions Expressed by the Conseil D'Etat in its Capacity as Legal Adviser to the Government Influence Policy?

     No.3 July

     pp. 672-679

    Esin Orucu

    Conseil D'etat: The French Layer of Turkish Administrative Law

     No.3 July

     pp. 679-700

    Jean-Michel Galabert

    The Influence Of The Conseil D'etat Outside France

     No.3 July

     pp. 700-709

    Rachel Anne Fenton

    Separating Law From Facts: The Difficulties Faced By The Italian Corte Di Cassazione In An Appeal For Illogicality Of Reasoning

     No.3 July

     pp. 709-719

    J. G. Merrills, Malcolm D. Evans

    Recent Cases: The Land and Maritime Boundary Case (Cameroon v. Nigeria) The Intervention By Equatorial Guinea1

     No.3 July

     pp. 720-723

    Chanaka Wickremasinghe

    Recent Cases: Difference Relating to Immunity From Legal Process of a Special Rapporteur of the Commission on Human Rights

     No.3 July

     pp. 724-730

    Christine Gray

    Recent Cases: Legality of Use of Force (Yugoslavia v. Belgium) (Yugoslavia v. Canada) (Yugoslavia v. France) (Yugoslavia v. Germany) (Yugoslavia v. Italy) (Yugoslavia v. Netherlands) (Yugoslavia v. Portugal) (Yugoslavia v. Spain) (Yugoslavia v. United Kingdom) (Yugoslavia v. United States of America): Provisional Measures1

     No.3 July

     pp. 730-736

     

    II. Cases Before The Court

     No.3 July

     pp. 736-742

    Kenneth Mck. Norrie

    Constitutional Challenges to Sexual Orientation Discrimination

     No.4 October

     pp. 755-778

    Amanda Perry

    Effective Legal Systems and Foreign Direct Investment: In Search of the Evidence

     No.4 October

     pp. 779-799

    Anne Peters, Heiner Schwenke

    Comparative Law Beyond Post-Modernism

     No.4 October

     pp. 800-834

    Asif H. Qureshi

    The Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety and the Wto Co-Existence or Incoherence?

     No.4 October

     pp. 835-855

    Thomas J. Schoenbaum

    International Trade In Living Modified Organisms: The New Regimes

     No.4 October

     pp. 856-866

    Qingjiang Kong

    Enforcement of Hong Kong Sar Court Judgments in the People's Republic of China

     No.4 October

     pp. 867-875

    Alan Boyle

    Kosovo: House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee 4th Report, June 2000

     No.4 October

     pp. 876-877

    Ian Brownlie, C. J. Apperley

    Kosovo Crisis Inquiry: Memorandum On The International Law Aspects

     No.4 October

     pp. 878-905

    Ian Brownlie, C. J. Apperley

    Kosovo Crisis Inquiry: Further Memorandum on the International Law Aspects

     No.4 October

     pp. 905-910

    Christine Chinkin

    The Legality Of Nato'S Action In The Former Republic Of Yugoslavia (Fry) Under International Law

     No.4 October

     pp. 910-925

    Christopher Greenwood

    International Law And The Nato Intervention In Kosovo

     No.4 October

     pp. 926-934

    Vaughan Lowe

    International Legal Issues Arising In The Kosovo Crisis

     No.4 October

     pp. 934-943

    Colin Warbrick

    Current Developments: Public International Law

     No.4 October

     pp. 944-953

    Matthew Happold

    II. Fourteen Against One: The Eu Member States' Response To Freedom Party Participation In The Austrian Government

     No.4 October

     pp. 953-963

    Malcolm N Shaw, Malcolm D. Evans

    I. Case Concerning Kasikili'Sedudu Island (Botswana'Namibia)

     No.4 October

     pp. 964-978

    R. R. Churchill

    II International Tribunal For The Law Of The Sea The Southern Bluefin Tuna Cases (New Zealand v. Japan; Australia v. Japan): Order For Provisional Measures Of 27 August 1999

     No.4 October

     pp. 979-990

    International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2001, Vol.50

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Peter Muchlinski

    Corporations In International Litigation: Problems of Jurisdiction and the United Kingdom Asbestos Cases

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-25

    Mark Findlay

    Synthesis in Trial Procedures? The Experience of International Criminal Tribunals

     No.1 January

     pp. 26-53

    Louise Longdin

    Parallel Importing Post Trips: Convergence and Divergence in Australia and New Zealand

     No.1 January

     pp. 54-89

    Robert Dunbar

    Minority Language Rights in International Law

     No.1 January

     pp. 90-120

    Judge Rosalyn Higgins

    Respecting Sovereign States and Runnng a Tight Courtroom

     No.1 January

     pp. 121-132

    Mitchell C Davies

    Public Policy in the Cayman Islands: Driving a Cart and (Unruly) Horses Through the Recognition Legislation

     No.1 January

     pp. 133-143

    Jonathan Hill

    The Recognition of Foreign Divorces in Ireland: The Return of Travers v. Holley

     No.1 January

     pp. 144-157

    Joe McMahon, Stephen Weatherill

    Free Movements of Goods

     No.1 January

     pp. 158-167

    Jules Lonbay

    II. Free Movement of Persons

     No.1 January

     pp. 168-175

    Erika Szyszczak

    III. Social Policy

     No.1 January

     pp. 175-186

    Wendy Kennett

    Family Law

     No.1 January

     pp. 187-204

    Noelle Lenoir

    The Representation of Women in Politics: From Quotas to Parity in Elections

     No.2 April

     pp. 217-247

    James Cameron, Kevin R. Gray

    Principles of International Law in The WTO Dispute Settlement Body

     No.2 April

     pp. 248-298

    Nuno Sergio Marques Antunes

    The 1999 Eritrea Yemen Maritime Delimitation Award And The Development of International Law

     No.2 April

     pp. 299-344

    Richard M. Mosk, Tom Ginsburg

    Evidentiary Privileges in International Arbitration

     No.2 April

     pp. 345-385

    Hilaire McCoubrey

    From Nuremberg to Rome: Restoring the Defence of Superior Orders

     No.2 April

     pp. 386-394

    Stephen Tully

    The 2000 Review of the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises

     No.2 April

     pp. 394-404

    Kristen Daglish

    The Crime of Genocide: Nulyarimma v. Thompson1

     No.2 April

     pp. 404-411

    Fabio Spadi

    The Bridge on the Strait of Messina: Lowering the Right of Innocent Passage?

     No.2 April

     pp. 411-419

    <Colin Warbrick, Dominic McGoldrick, Christine Byron, David Turns>

    I. The Preparatory Commission for the International Criminal Court

     No.2 April

     pp. 420-435

    Robert Cryer

    A Special Court for Sierra Leone?

     No.2 April

     pp. 435-446

    Malcolm D. Evans, Alan Boyle

    I. The Southern Bluefin Tuna Arbitration

     No.2 April

     pp. 447-452

    Malcolm D. Evans, Danesh Sarooshi

    II. Command Responsibility and the Blaskic Case

     No.2 April

     pp. 452-465

    Peter North

    Private International Law: Change Or Decay?

     No.3 July

     pp. 447-508

    Rein Mullerson

    The Abm Treaty: Changed Circumstances, Extraordinary Events, Supreme Interests and International Lawk

     No.3 July

     pp. 509-539

    Jan Wouters, Frederik Naert

    How Effective is the European Security Architecture? Lessons from Bosnia and Kosovo

     No.3 July

     pp. 540-576

    Anthony A. Tarr, Julie-Anne Tarr

    The Insured's Non-Disclosure In The Formation Of Insurance Contracts: A Comparative Perspective

     No.3 July

     pp. 577-612

    Matthias Ruffert

    The Administration of Kosovo and East-Timor by the International Community

     No.3 July

     pp. 613-631

    Look Chan Ho

    Pragmatism Rules

     No.3 July

     pp. 632-642

    StePhane Jeannet

    Non-Disclosure Of Evidence Before International Criminal Tribunals: Recent Developments Regarding the International Committee of the Red Cross

     No.3 July

     pp. 643-656

    Malcolm D. Evans, J. G. Merrills

    I. Recent Cases

     No.3 July

     pp. 657-662

    Malcolm D. Evans, Dino Kritsiotis

    II. Armed Activities on the Territory of the Congo (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Uganda): Provisional Measures

     No.3 July

     pp. 662-670

    Malcolm D. Evans, Chanaka Wickremasinghe

    III. Case Concerning the Arrest Warrant of April 00 (Democratic Republic of the Congo v. Belgium)

     No.3 July

     pp. 670-675

    Malcolm D. Evans

    II. Cases Before the Court

     No.3 July

     pp. 675-682

    Sophie Boyron, Joe McMahon

    I. Constitutional Aspects

     No.3 July

     pp. 683-690

    Joe McMahon, Lammy Betten

    II. Human Rights

     No.3 July

     pp. 690-701

    Joe McMahon, Robert Lane

    III. Competition

     No.3 July

     pp. 702-713

    Joe McMahon, Catherine Seville

    IV. Intellectual Property

     No.3 July

     pp. 714-724

    Wendy Kennett

    The Brussels I Regulation

     No.3 July

     pp. 725-737

    Roy Goode

    Insularity or Leadership? The Role of the United Kingdom in the Harmonisation of Commercial Law

     No.4 October

     pp. 751-765

    L. D. M. Nelson

    Declarations, Statements and Disguised Reservations with Respect to the Convention on the Law of the Sea

     No.4 October

     pp. 767-786

    Iain MacNeil, Alex Lau

    International Corporate Regulation: Listing Rules and Overseas Companies

     No.4 October

     pp. 787-810

    Thomas Waelde, Abba Kolo

    Environmental Regulation, Investment Protection and Regulatory Taking in International Law

     No.4 October

     pp. 811-848

    Andrew Grossman

    Nationality and the Unrecognised State

     No.4 October

     pp. 849-876

    Klaus Peter Berger

    Harmonisation of European Contract law the Influence of Comparative law

     No.4 October

     pp. 877-900

    Dominic McGoldrick

    The United Kingdom's Human Rights Act 1998 in Theory and Practice

     No.4 October

     pp. 901-953

    P. Arnell

    The Case For Nationality Based Jurisdiction

     No.4 October

     pp. 955-962

    Shirley V. Scott

    How Cautious is Precautious?: Antarctic Tourism and the Precautionary Principle

     No.4 October

     pp. 963-971

    Philippe Culletf

    Human Rights and Displacement: The Indian Supreme Court Decision on Sardar Sarovar in International Perspective

     No.4 October

     pp. 973-987

    International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2002, Vol.51

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Emmanuel Gaillard, Isabelle Pingel-Lenuzza

    International Organisations and Immunity from Jurisdiction: to Restrict or to Bypass

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-15

    Jurgen Schwarze

    Judicial Review in ec Law Some Reflections on the Origins and the Actual Legal Situation

     No.1 January

     pp. 17-33

    Andrew Harding

    Global Doctrine and Local Knowledge: Law in South East Asia

     No.1 January

     pp. 35-53

    Alan Riley

    The Echr Implications of the Investigation Provisions of the Draft Competition Regulation

     No.1 January

     pp. 55-89

    Jessica Gavron

    Amnesties in the Light of Developments in International Law and the Establishment of the International Criminal Court

     No.1 January

     pp. 91-117

    Hazel Fox

    The Resolution of the Institute of International Law on the Immunities of Heads of State and Government

     No.1 January

     pp. 119-125

    Koji Takahashi

    Forum Non-Conveniens Discretion in Third Party Proceedings

     No.1 January

     pp. 127-134

    H L E Verhagen

    The Tension Between Party Autonomy and European Union Law: Some Observations on Ingmar GB Ltd V Eaton Leonard Technologies Inc

     No.1 January

     pp. 135-154

    Richard Aird

    The Scottish Arrestment and the English Freezing Order

     No.1 January

     pp. 155-169

    Stephen C. Neff

    I. International Law and Nuclear Weapons in Scottish Courts

     No.1 January

     pp. 171-176

    Joe McMahon, Rosa Greaves

    European Community Law

     No.1 January

     pp. 177-185

    Beverley McLachlin

    Bills of Rights in Common Law Countries

     No.2 April

     pp. 197-203

    Esin Orucu

    Law as Transposition

     No.2 April

     pp. 205-223

    Steven Wheatley

    Democracy in International Law: A European Perspective

     No.2 April

     pp. 225-248

    Rob McLaughlin

    United Nations Mandated Naval Interdiction Operations in the Territorial Sea?

     No.2 April

     pp. 249-278

    Geoffrey Marston

    Redrawing the Territorial Sea Baseline in the Firth if Clyde

     No.2 April

     pp. 279-303

    Claudina Richards

    The Legal Recognition of Same-Sex Couples The French Perspective

     No.2 April

     pp. 305-324

    Joost Pauwelyn

    The Use of Experts in WTO Dispute Settlement

     No.2 April

     pp. 325-364

    Malcolm D Evans

    Getting to Grips with Torture

     No.2 April

     pp. 365-383

    Celia Wasserstein Fassberg

    On Time and Place in Choice of Law for Property

     No.2 April

     pp. 385-400

    Michael Byers

    Terrorism, The use of Force and International Law After 11 September

     No.2 April

     pp. 401-414

    Konstantinos D. Magliverasa, Gino J Naldi

    The African Union A New Dawn for Africa?

     No.2 April

     pp. 415-425

    Sarah Armstrong

    Is the Jurisdiction of England and Wales Correctly Applying the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction?

     No.2 April

     pp. 427-435

    Alastair Mowbray

    Duties of Investigation Under the European Convention on Human Rights

     No.2 April

     pp. 437-448

    Malcolm D. Evans, Martin Mennecke, Christian J. Tams

    I. Lagrand Case (Germany v United States of America)

     No.2 April

     pp. 449-455

    Wendy Kennett, Peter McEleavy

    I. Civil and Commercial Litigation

     No.2 April

     pp. 463-473

    Lawrence Collins

    Foreign Relations and the Judiciary

     No.3 July

     pp. 485-510

    Craig Forrest

    A New International Regime for the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage

     No.3 July

     pp. 511-554

    Uta Kohl

    Eggs, Jurisdiction, and the Internet

     No.3 July

     pp. 556-582

    Andrea Carcano

    Sentencing and the Gravity of the Offence in International Criminal Law

     No.3 July

     pp. 583-609

    Jean G. Zorn, Jennifer Corrin Care

    Barava Tru *: Judicial Approaches to the Pleading and Proof of Custom in the South Pacific

     No.3 July

     pp. 611-639

    John Gillespie

    Transplanted Company Law: An Ideological and Cultural Analysis of Market-Entey in Vietnam

     No.3 July

     pp. 641-672

    Dirk Staudenmayer

    The Commission Communication on European Contract Law and the Future Prospects

     No.3 July

     pp. 673-688

    Franco Ferrari

    Forum Shopping Despite international uniform Contract law Conventions

     No.3 July

     pp. 689-707

    Malcolm D Evans

    Decisions of International Tribunals: The International Court of Justice

     No.3 July

     pp. 709-718

    Colin Warbrick, Dominic McGoldrick

    I. Diplomatic Representations and Diplomatic Protection

     No.3 July

     pp. 723-733

    Colin Warbrick, Dominic McGoldrick, Robert Cryer

    II. Implementation of the Criminal Court Statute in England and Wales

     No.3 July

     pp. 733-743

    Mads Andenas, Duncan Fairgrieve

    Misfeasance in Public Office, Governmental Liability, and European Influences

     No.4 October

     pp. 757-780

    Jacqueline Hodgson

    Suspects, Defendants and Victims in the French Criminal Process: The Context of Recent Reform

     No.4 October

     pp. 781-815

    AA Oba

    Islamic Law as Customary Law: The Changing Perspective in Nigeria

     No.4 October

     pp. 817-850

    John McHugo

    Resolution 242: A Legal Reappraisal of the Right-Wing Israeli Interpretation of the Withdrawal Phrase with Reference to the Conflict Between Israel and the Palestinians

     No.4 October

     pp. 851-881

    Peter McEleavy

    The Brussels II Regulation: How the European Community has Moved into Family Law

     No.4 October

     pp. 883-908

    Alexander Thunken

    Multi-State Advertising Over the Internet and the Private International Law of Unfair Competition

     No.4 October

     pp. 909-942

    Peter Barnett

    The Prevention of Abusive Cross-Border Re-Litigation

     No.4 October

     pp. 943-957

    Campbell McLachlan

    Pinochet Revisited

     No.4 October

     pp. 959-966

    APV Rogers

    The Use of Military Courts to Try Suspects

     No.4 October

     pp. 967-979

    Joe McMahon, Antje Pedain

    I. With or Without me : The ECJ Adopts a Pose of Studied Neutrality Towards EU Enlargement

     No.4 October

     pp. 981-989

    Joe McMahon, Eileen Denza

    II. External Relations

     No.4 October

     pp. 990-996

    Joe McMahon, Joanne Scott

    III. Law and Environmental Governance in the EU

     No.4 October

     pp. 996-1005

    International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 2003, Vol.52

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Rosalyn Higgins

    The ICJ, the ECJ, and the Integrity of International Law1

     No.1 January

     pp. 1-20

    Andrew Evans

    Regional Dimensions to European Governance

     No.1 January

     pp. 21-51

    Yoshifumi Tanaka

    Reflections on Maritime Delimitation in the Qatar/Bahrain Case

     No.1 January

     pp. 53-80

    Ralph Henham

    Some Issues for Sentencing in the International Criminal Court

     No.1 January

     pp. 81-114

    Li-ann Thio

    Developing a Peace and Security Approach Towards Minorities' Problems

     No.1 January

     pp. 115-150

    Iwan Davies

    The New Lex Mercatoria: International Interests in Mobile Equipment

     No.1 January

     pp. 151-176

    Wulf-Henning Roth

    From Centros to Ueberseering: Free Movement of Companies, Private, International Law, and Community

     No.1 January

     pp. 177-208

    Colin T Reid, Gerardo Ruiz-Rico Ruiz

    Scotland and Spain: The Division of Environmental Competences

     No.1 January

     pp. 209-225

    Steve Peers

    Eu Responses to Terrorism

     No.1 January

     pp. 227-243

    <Colin Warbrick, Dominic McGoldrick, Elena Katselli, Sangeeta Shah>

    September 11 and the UK Response

     No.1 January

     pp. 245-255

    Colin Warbrick, Dominic McGoldrick, Kevin R. Gray

    Accomplishments and New Directions?

     No.1 January

     pp. 256-268

    JA Jolowicz

    Adversarial and Inquisitorial Models of Civil Procedure

     No.2 April

     pp. 281-295

    Emmanuel Voyiakis

    Access to Court v State Immunity

     No.2 April

     pp. 297-332

    Malgosia Fitzmaurice

    Public Participation in the North American Agreement on Environmental Cooperation

     No.2 April

     pp. 333-368

    Prakash A Shah

    Attitudes to Polygamy in English Law

     No.2 April

     pp. 369-400

    Clare Ambrose

    Can Anti-Suit Injuctions Survive European Community Law?

     No.2 April

     pp. 401-424

    Surya P Subedi

    The Road From Doha: The Issues for the Development Round of the Wto and the Future of International Trade

     No.2 April

     pp. 425-446

    Cecile Tournaye

    Genocidal Intent Before the Icty

     No.2 April

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