Vol. 38 Nbr. 2, March 2005
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- Law and war: individual rights, executive authority, and judicial power in England during World War I.
- Subjects of international law: a power-based analysis.
- Assessing the deterrent effect of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act's certification provisions: a comparative analysis using the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
- The "privilege of speech" in a "pleasantly authoritarian country": how Canada's judiciary allowed laws proscribing discourse critical of homosexuality to trump free speech and religious liberty.
- Free trade and illegal drugs: will NAFTA transform the United States into the Netherlands?
- Why environmental liability regimes in the United States, the European Community, and Japan have grown synonymous with the polluter pays principle.
- Rethinking multinational corporate governance in extractive industries: the Caspian Development Project and the promise of cooperative governance.