Vol. 31 Nbr. 5, November 1998
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- The future of the World Health Organization: what role for international law?
- Private religious choice in German and American constitutional law: government funding and government religious speech.
- More turbulence ahead: a bumpy ride during U.S.-Japanese aviation talks exemplifies the need for a pragmatic course in future aviation negotiations.
- Transnational bribery of foreign officials: a new threat to the future of democracy.
- The doctrine of specialty: an argument for a more restrictive Rauscher interpretation After State v. Pang.