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    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

    2000-2001, Vol.9                2011-2012, Vol.19

    2001-2002, Vol.10

    2003, Vol.11

    2004, Vol.12

    2005-2006, Vol.13

    2006, Vol.14

    2007-2008, Vol.15

    2008-2009, Vol.16

    2009-2010, Vol.17

    2010-2011, Vol.18

     

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2000-2001, Vol.9

     

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Elizabeth M. Iglesias

    LatCrit Theory: Some Preliminary Notes Towards a Transatlantic Dialogue

    No.1

    pp. 1-32

     

    Kevin Johnson

    Regional Integration in North America and Europe: Lessons about Civil Rights and Equal Citizenship

    No.1

    pp. 33-44

     

    Juan Luis Millan Pereira

    Economic Restructuring and the European Monetary Union

    No.1

    pp. 45-60

     

    Ana Salinas de Frias

    Free Movement of Persons in The European Union, National Borders and Legal Reforms: The Principle of Non- Discrimination Based On Nationality (Article 12 ECT)

    No.1

    pp. 61-80

     

    Ediberto Roman

    Members and Outsiders: An Examination of the Models of United States Citizenship As Well As Questions Concerning European Union Citizenship

    No.1

    pp. 81-114

     

    Aniella Gonzalez

    Being Individuals: A Comparative Look at Relationships, Gender and the Public/ Private Dichotomy

    No.1

    pp. 115-124

     

    Angel Rodriguez-Vergara Diaz

    Genero y Derechos Fundamentales en Europa: Evolucion Reciente de la Discriminacion Positiva en el Ambito Laboral y Electoral

    No.1

    pp. 125-140

     

    Lundy Langston

    Save the Marriage Before (Not After) the Ceremony: The Marriage Preparation Act- Can We Have a Public Response to a Private Problem?

    No.1

    pp. 141-164

     

    Angie L. Padin

    Hispanismo as Leverage: LatCrit Questions Spain's Motives

    No.1

    pp. 165-170

     

    Dra. Magdalena M. Martin Martinez

    Jurisdiccion Universal y Crimenes Internacionales

    No.1

    pp. 171-188

     

    Francisco Valdes

    PostColonial Encounters in the PostPinochet Era: A LatCrit Perspective on Spain, Latinas/ os and "Hispanismo" in the Development of International Human Rights

    No.1

    pp. 189-224

     

    Marc Rosenberg

    The Chinese Legal System Made Easy: A Survey of the Structure of Government, Creation of Legislation, and the Judicial System Under the Constitution and Major Statutes of the PRC

    No.1

    pp. 225-264

     

    Christine Gudaitis

    Tourism in Developing Countries- Panacea or Poison?

    No.1

    pp. 265-284

     

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2001-2002, Vol.10

     

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    Title

    number

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    Tony Okonmah

    BUSINESS IN AFRICA: Introduction

    No.1

    pp. 5-36

    Ambassador Richard Bogosian

    Current Legal Issues in the Great Lakes Region of Africa: Introduction

    No.1

    pp. 37-88

    William Twining

    THE RULE OF LAW IN AFRICA: Introduction

    No.1

    pp. 89-122

    Kara K. Davis

    The United States's Obligation to Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An American Perspective of the Kyoto Protocol

    No.1

    pp. 97-112

    Christina McGinley

    WOMEN AND THE LAW IN AFRICA: Introduction

    No.1

    pp. 123-154

    G.E. Crovetto

    CONFLICT RESOLUTION IN AFRICA: Introduction

    No.1

    pp. 155-240

    Kevin Hopkins

    Assessing the World's Response to Apartheid: A Historical Account of International Law and Its Part in the South African Transformation

    No.1

    pp. 241-256

    David Abraham

    COMMENTS ON THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI- UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZIG BI-NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN LEIPZIG

    No.2

    pp. 1-12

    Mamedov Muschwig

    Crisis of Transatlantic Relations: NATO and the Future European Security and Defense Identity

    No.2

    pp. 13-50

    Jeff P. H. Cazeau

    European Security and Defense Policy Under the Gun

    No.2

    pp. 51-62

    Manuel A. Rodriguez

    Helms Burton: Social Policy and Norm Definition

    No.2

    pp. 63-80

    Runa Kinzel

    Helms Burton: A View From Abroad

    No.2

    pp. 81-96

    Robert Gregg

    The European Tendency Toward Non- Extradition to the United States in Capital Cases: Trends, Assurances, and Breaches of Duty

    No.2

    pp. 113-128

    Marc Kleiner

    Bananas, Airplanes and the WTO: Prohibited Export Subsidies

    No.2

    pp. 129-142

    Ximena Skovron

    Irreconcilable Differences? Germany, the United States and the Hague Convention Controversy

    No.2

    pp. 143-154

    Joshua Spector

    Spreading Angst or Promoting Free Expression? Regulating Hate Speech on the Internet

    No.2

    pp. 155-178

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2003, Vol.11

     

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    Kuan-Chun Chang

    THE SUPERVISION OF FINANCIAL CONGLOMERATES IN CHINA IN THE POST WTO ERA: THE CHALLENGES OF RISK CONCENTRATION AND RISK CONTAGION

    No.1

    pp. 1-38

    Melody Saint- Saens, Amy J. Bann

    USING NATIONAL SECURITY TO UNDERMINE CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY LITIGATION: THE EXXONMOBIL v. DOE CONTROVERSY

    No.1

    pp. 39-72

    Mi Kim

    LAY DOWN AND WAIT FOR GOOD NEWS UNLESS YOU ARE BOWLING ALONE: A COMPARISON OF THE IDENTITY CRISIS CONFRONTING THE JAPANESE CORPORATE WARRIOR AND THE AMERICAN CORPORATE LAW FIRM ASSOCIATE

    No.1

    pp. 73-98

    Fara Gold

    REDEFINING THE SLAVE TRADE: CURRENT TRENDS IN THE INTERNATIONAL TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN

    No.1

    pp. 99-134

    David M. Leon

    EXPANDING THE SCOPE OF THE TROPICAL FOREST CONSERVATION ACT: EXCHANGING FOREIGN DEBT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

    No.1

    pp. 135-160

    Andre Antunes Soares de Camargo

    THE REVISED BRAZILIAN CIVIL COD

    No.1

    pp. 161-166

    Nanda Y. Sh'hada

    DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF THE PALESTINIAN AUTHORITY AND ISLAMISTS

    No.2, Special Issue

    pp. 3-74

    Tracey Topper Gonzalez

    ASSESSING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE USA PATRIOT ACT

    No.2, Special Issue

    pp. 75-114

    Justin D. Stalls

    Economic Sanctions

    No.3, Special Issue

    pp. 115-172

    Alicia L. Rause

    ANTI- MONEY LAUNDERING AND TERRORIST FINANCING LEGISLATION IN THE U.S. AND EUROPE SINCE SEPTEMBER 11th

    No.2, Special Issue

    pp. 173-186

     

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2004, Vol.12

     

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Joshua E. Kastenberg

    UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION AND THE CONCEPT OF A FAIR TRIAL: PROSECUTOR v. FULGENCE NIYONTEZE: A SWISS MILITARY TRIBUNAL CASE STUDY

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 1-56

    Johan D. Van der Vyver

    THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND THE CONCEPT OF MENS REA IN INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 57-150

    Matthew A. Slater

                                                         

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 151-188

    Anthony Cullen

    THE PARAMETERS OF INTERNAL ARMED CONFLICT IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 189-230

    Adam Warden

    A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE ANTI- GLOBALIZATION MOVEMENT

    No.2

    pp. 237-268

    Ali lyad Yakub

    The Islamic Roots of Democracy

    No.2

    pp. 269-300

    Stephanie L. Williams

    THE LEGALITY OF TORTURE AS A MEANS TO AN END V. THE ILLEGALITY OF TORTURE AS A VIOLATION OF JUS COGENS NORMS UNDER CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2

    pp. 301-360

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2005-2006, Vol.13

     

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    Richard John Galvin

    THE ICC PROSECUTOR, COLLATERAL DAMAGE, AND NGOs: EVALUATING THE RISK OF A POLITICIZED PROSECUTION

    No.1

    pp. 1-104

    Anastacia M. Greene

    SEEN AND NOT HEARD?: CHILDREN'S OBJECTIONS UNDER THE HAGUE CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION

    No.1

    pp. 105-162

    Julian Hermida

    CONVERGENCE OF CIVIL LAW AND COMMON LAW IN THE CRIMINAL THEORY REALM

    No.1

    pp. 163-232

    David W. Childs

    THE UNRESOLVED DEBATES THAT SCORCHED KYOTO: AN ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK

    No.1

    pp. 233-260

    Phillip J. Riblett

    CALLING FOR AN END TO INDEFINITE DETENTION: THE JUDICIAL ROLE IN APPLYING THE CONSTITUTION TO ALIEN PAROLES

    No.1

    pp. 261-292

    Douglas R. Burgess

    HOSTIS HUMANI GENERI: PIRACY, TERRORISM AND A NEW INTERNATIONAL LAW

    No.2

    pp. 293-342

    Carly Howard

    TRUST FUNDS IN COMMON LAW AND CIVIL LAW SYSTEMS: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS

    No.2

    pp. 343-366

    Michael Douglas

    THE LEX MERCATORIA AND THE CULTURE OF TRANSNATIONAL INDUSTRY

    No.2

    pp. 367-402

    Joshua Robbins

    THE EMERGENCE OF POSITIVE OBLIGATIONS IN BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATIES

    No.2

    pp. 403-474

    George Schumann

    BEYOND LITIGATION: LEGAL EDUCATION REFORM IN JAPAN AND WHAT JAPAN'S NEW LAWYERS WILL DO

    No.2

    pp. 475-526

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2006, Vol.14

     

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    Ryan M. Scoville

    A SOCIOLOGICAL APPROACH TO THE NEGOTIATION OF MILITARY BASE AGREEMENTS

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 1-64

    Michael Mikiciuk

    FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT SUCCESS IN IRELAND: CAN POLAND DUPLICATE IRELAND'S ECONOMIC SUCCESS BASED ON FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT POLICIES?

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 65-138

    Michael Mertens

    THIEVES IN CYBERSPACE: EXAMINING MUSIC PIRACY AND COPYRIGHT LAW DEFICIENCIES IN RUSSIA AS IT ENTERS THE DIGITAL AGE

    No.1, Summer

    pp. 139-184

    David L. Breau

    The World Court's Advisory Function: "Not Legally Well- Founded"

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 185-216

    Jodie A. Kirshner

    U.S. And U.K. Approaches To The War On Terror: The Surveillance Of Religious Worship

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 217-242

    Nancy L. Mensch

    Codes, Lawsuits Or International Law: How Should The Multinational Corporation Be Regulated With Respect To Human Rights?

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 243-270

    Bryan Rowland

    Communicating Past The Conflict: Solving The Medical Futility Controversy With Process-Based Approaches

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 271-310

    Jason Thompson

    Aerospace And Antitrust: How The European Union Supports Its Interests To The Detriment Of United States' Companies

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 311-338

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2007-2008, Vol.15

     

    Author

    Title

    number

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    William Twining

    General Jurisprudence

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 1-60

    Dennis Patterson

    Twining's Complaint

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 61-68

    Brian Z. Tamanaha

    Enhancing The Prospects For General Jurisprudence

    No.1, Spring

    pp. 69-84

    Arturo J. Marcano Guevara, David P. Fidler

    FIGHTING BASEBALL DOPING IN LATIN AMERICA: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL'S DRUG PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC AND VENEZUELA

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 107-202

    Kristi Lemoine, John Tanagho

    GENDER DISCRIMINATION FUELS SEX SELECTIVE ABORTION: THE IMPACT OF THE INDIAN SUPREME COURT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE PNDT ACT

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 203-254

    Pedro J. Martinez-Fraga

    DOCTRINAL DEVELOPMENT IN UNITED STATES ARBITRATION: A METAMORPHOSIS OF PARADIGMS BEYOND GREGOR SAMSA'S IMAGINATION

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 255-302

    Yoram Rabin, Arnon Gutfel

    MARBURY V. MADISON AND ITS IMPACT ON ISRAELI CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

    No.2, Fall

    pp. 303-336

    Helmut Tuerk

    COMBATING TERRORISM AT SEA- THE SUPPRESSION OF UNLAWFUL ACTS AGAINST THE SAFETY OF MARITIME NAVIGATION

    No.3

    pp. 337-368

    Sarah King

    HUMAN TRAFFICKING: ADDRESSING THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL INDUSTRY IN THE BACKYARD

    No.3

    pp. 369-388

    Marcia Pereira

    THE "WAR ON TERROR" SLIPPERY SLOPE POLICY: GUANTANAMO BAY AND THE ABUSE OF EXECUTIVE POWER

    No.3

    pp. 389-442

    Juliana Gonzalez-Pinto

    INTERDICTION OF NARCOTICS IN INTERNATIONAL WATERS

    No.3

    pp. 443-478

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2008-2009, Vol.16

     

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    Basil C. Bitas, Pedro P. Barros

    TOBACCO CONTROL AND THE ROLE OF LITIGATION: A SURVEY OF ISSUES IN LAW, POLICY, AND ECONOMICS

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 1-42

    Ryan Florio

    THE [CAPITAL] PUNISHMENT FITS THE CRIME: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE DEATH PENALTY AND PROPORTIONALITY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE PEOPLE S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 43-90

    Karen Shafrir

    HABEAS CORPUS, CONSTRUCTIVE CUSTODY AND THE FUTURE OF FEDERAL JURISDICTION AFTER MUNAF

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 91-128

    Robin Organek

    CONGRESSIONAL RESPONSE TO WTO SANCTIONS: TURNING LEMONS INTO LEMONADE IN THE AMERICAN JOBS CREATION ACT OF 2004

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 129-150

    Robert A. Kahn

    The Danish Cartoon Controversy and the Rhetoric of Libertarian Regret

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 151-182

    Aparna Kirknel Majmudar

    The National Flood Insurance Program: Maintaining Its Head above Water

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 183-212

    Maurice "Mac" VerStandig

    Actual Exploitation, Simulated Exploitation, and a Tin Drum: A Comparative Analysis of Child Pornography Law in the United States and Canada

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 213-248

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2009-2010, Vol.17

     

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    Helmut Tuerk

    THE RESURGENCE OF PIRACY: A PHENOMENON OF MODERN TIMES

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 1-42

    Marcus R. Bach-Armas, Jordan A. Dresnick

    LAWS ADRIFT: ANCHORING CHOICE OF LAW PROVISIONS IN ADMIRALTY TORTS

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 43-66

    Bryan J. Harrison

    A "CHILLING" EFFECT? GEOPOLITICAL INCENTIVIZING AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL RAMIFICATIONS FOR THE ARCTIC REGION

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 67-90

    Joseph F. Sawka

    RECONCILING POLICY AND EQUITY: THE ABILITY OF THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE TO RESOLVE DISPUTES REGARDING NAZI- LOOTED ART

    No.1, Fall

    pp. 91-124

    Michael Campagna

    EFFECTIVE PROTECTION AGAINST REFOULEMENT IN EUROPE: MINIMIZING EXCLUSIONISM IN SEARCH OF A COMMON EUROPEAN ASYLUM POLICY

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 125-154

    Christopher DiSchino

    AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN BRAZIL: REVERSE DISCRIMINATION AND THE CREATION OF A CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED COLOR- LINE

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 155-190

    Michael Levinson

    (F) LINGING (I) NDISPENSABLE (F) REEDOMS (A) SIDE: WHY FIFA'S "6+ 5" WILL NOT SURVIVE

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 191-228

    Victoria Quintana

    HEIRS OF MARTI: THE STORY OF CUBAN LAWYERS

    No.2, Spring

    pp. 229-260

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2010-2011, Vol.18

     

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    Francis J. Conte

    Spaces of Freedom for Citizens and Asylees in the EU and U.S.

    No.1

    pp. 1-46

    Bianca Zambao

    Brazil's Launch of Lender Environmental Liability as a Tool to Manage Environmental Impacts

    No.1

    pp. 47-104

    Adam Aft

    Mauritius: An Example of the Role of Constitutions in Development

    No.1

    pp. 105-136

    Vasuki Sunkavalli

    Targeted Killing as a Counter Terrorism Tactic: Should We Name It or Shame It

    No.2

    pp. 137-190

    Nicolas Carah Menaldo

    Viva la Data Protection? Chile as a Touchstone for the Future of Information Privacy

    No.2

    pp. 191-232

    Christian Cameron

    Why Do You Persecute Me? Proving the Nexus Requirement for Asylum

    No.2

    pp. 233-266

    Ryan E. Avery

    Out of the Desert and to the Oasis: Legislation on Predatory Debt Investing

    No.2

    pp. 267-290

    University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review, 2011-2012, Vol.19

     

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    Kevin H. Govern

    National Solutions to an International Scourge: Prosecuting Piracy Domestically as a Viable Alternative to International Tribunals

    No.1

    pp. 1-56

    Paul F. Diehl, Shyam Kulkarni

    Worth a Pound of Cure? An Empirical Assessment of the Bush Doctrine and Preventive Military Action

    No.1

    pp. 57-98

    Adam B. Chertok

    Rethinking the U.S. Approach to Material Adverse Change Clauses in Merger Agreements

    No.1

    pp. 99-140

    Cathryn Henn

    The Trouble with Treasure: Historic Shipwrecks Discovered in International Waters

    No.2

    pp. 141-196

    Devon Spencer

    Not in it for the Long Run: China's Solution for Compliance with Trips Requires More than a Nine- Month Campaign

    No.2

    pp. 197-242

    Daniel Koosed

    The Paradox of Impartiality: A Critical Defense of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda

    No.2

    pp. 243-292








     


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