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Asia's Participation In Global Health Diplomacy And Global Health Governance, David P. Fidler 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Asia's Participation In Global Health Diplomacy And Global Health Governance, David P. Fidler

Articles by Maurer Faculty

This article provides a framework for thinking about Asian approaches to and impact on global health diplomacy and governance that might contribute to more sophisticated analyses on Asia in global health politics, diplomacy, and governance. First, the article examines the "rise of Asia" and "rise of health" as overlapping but unconnected developments in international relations. Second, it analyzes how the shift of power and influence towards Asia, largely caused by China's and India's emergence as great powers; affects global health politics and potential Asian contributions to global health diplomacy and governance in the future. Third, the article looks ...


Trade Remedies: The Impact On The Proposed Australia-China Free Trade Agreement, Yanning Yu 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Trade Remedies: The Impact On The Proposed Australia-China Free Trade Agreement, Yanning Yu

Michigan State International Law Review

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From Germany To Australia: Opportunity For A Second Tier Patent System In The United States, Peter A. Cummings 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

From Germany To Australia: Opportunity For A Second Tier Patent System In The United States, Peter A. Cummings

Michigan State International Law Review

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Manufacturer Responsibility For End Use Violations Of Domestic And International Laws: U.S.-Made White Phosphorus In Gaza, Ala'a Wafa 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Manufacturer Responsibility For End Use Violations Of Domestic And International Laws: U.S.-Made White Phosphorus In Gaza, Ala'a Wafa

Michigan State International Law Review

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Front Matter, 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Front Matter

Michigan State International Law Review

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Volume 18, Issue 3, 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Volume 18, Issue 3

Michigan State International Law Review

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Table Of Contents, 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Table Of Contents

Michigan State International Law Review

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The True "Lies" Of The Impeccable Incident: What Really Happened, Who Disregarded International Law, And Why Every Nation (Outside Of China) Should Be Concerned, Jonathan G. Odom 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

The True "Lies" Of The Impeccable Incident: What Really Happened, Who Disregarded International Law, And Why Every Nation (Outside Of China) Should Be Concerned, Jonathan G. Odom

Michigan State International Law Review

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The Supreme Court And House Of Lords In The War On Terror: Inter Arma Silent Leges?, John Ip 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

The Supreme Court And House Of Lords In The War On Terror: Inter Arma Silent Leges?, John Ip

Michigan State International Law Review

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Halting Military Trials In Guantanamo Bay: Can The President Call A Time-Out?, Kyndra Rotunda 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Halting Military Trials In Guantanamo Bay: Can The President Call A Time-Out?, Kyndra Rotunda

Michigan State International Law Review

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Taking Human Rights Higher In The Fight Against Terrorism In South Africa, Mtendeweka Owen Mhango 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Taking Human Rights Higher In The Fight Against Terrorism In South Africa, Mtendeweka Owen Mhango

Michigan State International Law Review

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A War, Yes; Against Terror, No, John S. Baker Jr. 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

A War, Yes; Against Terror, No, John S. Baker Jr.

Michigan State International Law Review

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The T-Team, Michael P. Scharf 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

The T-Team, Michael P. Scharf

Michigan State International Law Review

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Review Of Trade Remedies In North America, Kevin C. Kennedy 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Review Of Trade Remedies In North America, Kevin C. Kennedy

Michigan State International Law Review

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Masthead, 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Masthead

Michigan State International Law Review

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Table Of Contents, 2010 Michigan State University College of Law

Table Of Contents

Michigan State International Law Review

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The Ifc's New Africa, Latin America, And Caribbean Fund: Its Worrisome Start, And How To Fix It, Christiana Ochoa, Patrick J. Keenan 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

The Ifc's New Africa, Latin America, And Caribbean Fund: Its Worrisome Start, And How To Fix It, Christiana Ochoa, Patrick J. Keenan

Articles by Maurer Faculty

In April 2010 the International Finance Corporation announced the creation of the African, Latin American, and Caribbean fund, a new co-investment vehicle funded largely with commitments from sovereign wealth and pension funds. The fund's objective was to draw on the IFC and the World Bank's strengths in emerging markets to identify and support enterprises that might not otherwise have come to the attention of large investors and thereby help strengthen the private sector and alleviate poverty in some of the world's poorest countries. Unfortunately the fund has, so far, proven a disappointment. It has invested only in ...


Disintegrating Customary International Law: Reactions To Withdrawing From International Custom, Christiana Ochoa 2010 Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Disintegrating Customary International Law: Reactions To Withdrawing From International Custom, Christiana Ochoa

Articles by Maurer Faculty

Withdrawing from International Custom, a recent article by Curtis Bradley and Mitu Gulati, has sparked interest and debate. Bradley and Gulati’s article, develops with significant nuance and detail that, naturally, can be best understood by a careful reading of their work. In essence, it proposes a modification in customary international law (CIL) doctrine – a change that would permit states to unilaterally exit from existing customary international law. This Essay will act as a brief reflection on that article. In Part I, it will explore the analogies Withdrawing makes between CIL and contract and will argue, first that CIL and ...


The Torture Lawyers, Jens David Ohlin 2010 Cornell Law School

The Torture Lawyers, Jens David Ohlin

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

One of the longest shadows cast by the Bush Administration’s War on Terror involves the fate of the torture lawyers who authored or signed memoranda regarding torture or enhanced interrogation techniques against detainees. Should they face professional sanction or even prosecution for their involvement? The following Article suggests that their fate implicates some of the deepest questions of criminal law theory and that resolution of the debate requires a fundamental reorientation of the most important areas of justifications and excuses. First, the debate about torture has been overly focused on justifications for torture. This can be explained in part ...


Globalization And The Border: Trade, Labor, Migration, And Agricultural Production In Mexico, Chantal Thomas 2010 Cornell Law School

Globalization And The Border: Trade, Labor, Migration, And Agricultural Production In Mexico, Chantal Thomas

Cornell Law Faculty Publications

The debate over immigration policy in the United States has reached a crescendo in recent years, with particular concern over illegal workers and their impact on social well-being in this country. Yet in the prevailing analysis of this issue, the relationship between immigration and contemporary international trade policy is often overlooked. In particular, few commentators recognize or understand that a significant part of the surge in illegal labor from Mexico--the source of the majority of undocumented workers in the United States—stems from reforms that Mexico undertook in cooperation with the United States to liberalize trade flows across the Mexico-United ...


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