Vol. 35 Nbr. 3-4, June 2007
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- The protection of human rights under international law: will the U.N. Human Rights Council and the emerging new norm "responsibility to protect" make a difference?
- International law from the trial judge's vantage point.
- The multi-state responsibility for extraterritorial violations of economic, social and cultural rights.
- Globalization, communities and human rights: community-based property rights and prior informed consent.
- Does the evolution of International Criminal law end with the ICC? The "roaming ICC": a model international criminal court for a State-centric world of international law.
- The evolution and endpoint of responsibility: the FCPA, SOX, socialist-oriented governments, gratuitous promises, and a novel CSR code.
- Global Governance of Financial Systems: the International Regulation of Systemic Risk.