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Vol. 25, Issue 3 (Dec. 2013)

  • The Case of Bolivia v. Chile in an Era of Transforming Sovereignty
  • Discretion Operationalized through Law: Proprio Motu Decision-Making at the International Criminal Court
  • Letters of Credit and Performance Bonds: How are these Popular Credit Enhancement Devices Applied in International Project Finance? From their Common Law Origins to their Application in Civil Law Systems – the Peruvian Case
  • From Recognition to Regulation: Access to In Vitro Fertilization and the American Convention on Human Rights
  • Constitutional Confines: Determining the Applicability of the Citizenship Clause to American Samoa Tuaua v. United States

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Vol. 25.3 (December 2013)

 

The Case of Bolivia v. Chile in an Era of Transforming Sovereignty
Discretion Operationalized through Law: Proprio Motu Decision-Making at the International Criminal Court
Letters of Credit and Performance Bonds: How are these Popular Credit Enhancement Devices Applied in International Project Finance? From their Common Law Origins to their Application in Civil Law Systems – the Peruvian Case
From Recognition to Regulation: Access to In Vitro Fertilization and the American Convention on Human Rights
Constitutional Confines: Determining the Applicability of the Citizenship Clause to American Samoa Tuaua v. United States, No. 12-01143, 2013 U.S. Dist. Lexis 89602 (D.D.C. June 26, 2013)
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