Vol. 34 Nbr. 1, January 2011
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- Foreign law - a friend of the court: an argument for prudent use of international law in domestic, human rights related constitutional decisions.
- From sea to carbon cesspool: preventing the world's marine ecosystems from falling victim to ocean acidification.
- International contract law - choice-of-law analysis applies when signatory nations adopt opposing oral contract provisions under the CISG - Forestal Guarani S.A. v. Daros Int'l., Inc.
- International enforcement law trends for 2010 and beyond: can the cops keep up with the criminals?
- International human rights - corporate liability claims not actionable under the Alien Tort Statute - Kiobel v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.
- International tax law as a Ponzi scheme.
- Islamic finance: the United Kingdom's drive to become the global Islamic finance hub and the United States' irrational indifference to Islamic finance.
- The qualification framework of international humanitarian law: too rigid to accommodate contemporary conflicts?
- Transnational criminal law - non-fugitive foreign defendant entitled to ruling on motion to dismiss indictment for lack of jurisdiction without surrendering - In re Hijazi.