Vol. 36 Nbr. 1, January 2013
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- Returning to fundamentals: principles of international law applicable to the resolution of sovereign debt crises.
- The legal status of in vitro fertilization in Latin America and the American Convention on Human Rights.
- Por favor, get your bulldozer away from my villa: an analysis of the nascent European Land Registry Association's Cross-Border Electronic Conveyancing project.
- EU enlargement and admission into the Schengen Zone: once a fait accompli, now a moving target.
- Independent unaccountability: the IAEA's "step backward" in regulating international nuclear reactor safety in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi Disaster.
- International corporate corruption: why the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act is not enough to stop widespread usage of shaving cream pies.
- Court may adjudicate termination of parental rights without personal jurisdiction over non-resident parent.
- Terrorism and material support of terrorism do not constitute Alien Tort Statute claims under the law of nations.
- Second Circuit stands firm on rule of non-inquiry during extradition proceedings by assigning burden of proof to petitioner.
- Combating Somali pirates: Fourth Circuit casts warning by holding piracy includes failed attempts.
- Congress's conscious denial of restitution to victims of forced labor.