Vol. 26 Nbr. 4, June 1998
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- Implementing the U.N. Torture Convention in U.S. extradition cases.
- The United Nations Convention Against Torture: a self-executing treaty that prevents the removal of persons ineligible for asylum and withholding of removal.
- Redressing impunity for human rights violations: the Universal Declaration and the search for accountability.
- The failure of the International Court of Justice to effectively enforce the Genocide Convention.
- The Timor gap: who decides who is in control?
- Sovereignty versus globalization: the International Court of Justice's Advisory Opinion on the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons.
- Maritime delimitation and territorial questions between Qatar and Bahrain.
- A golden opportunity dismissed: the New Zealand v. France nuclear tests case.
- An alternate role for the International Court of Justice: applied to Cameroon v. Nigeria.