Vol. 39 Nbr. 3, May 2006
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- U.S. military courts and the war in Iraq.
- The demise of regulation in ocean shipping: a study in the evolution of competition policy and the predictive power of microeconomics.
- Linking the international legal framework to building the formal foundations of a "state at risk": constitution-making and international law in post-conflict Afghanistan.
- As soft as tofu: consumer product defamation on the Chinese internet.
- The responsible role for international charitable grantmaking in the wake of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
- Trade and morality: preserving "public morals" without sacrificing the global economy.
- Universal jurisdiction and the pirate: time for an old couple to part.
- Historic preservation in Southeast Asia: the role of public-private partnerships.