Vol. 42 Nbr. 3, January 2010
- Digital multi-media and the limits of privacy law.
- Washington and CCTV: it's 2010, not nineteen eighty-four.
- CCTV and the 2010 Vancouver games: spatial tactics and political strategies.
- National IDs in a global world: surveillance, security, and citizenship.
- Privacy and counter-terrorism: the pervasiveness of data.
- Unlimited power: why the President's (warrantless) surveillance program is unconstitutional.
- Litigating the state secrets privilege.
- A social movement for privacy/against surveillance? Some difficulties in engendering mass resistance in a land of twitter and tweets.
- Protecting antiquities and saving the universal museum: a necessary compromise between the conflicting ideologies of cultural property.
- Using WTO countervailing duty law to combat illegally subsidized Chinese enterprises operating in a nonmarket-economy: deciphering the writing on the wall.
- International ice hockey: player poaching and contract dispute.
- The definition of the crime of aggression: lessons not-learned.
- 'Secretary or General? The U.N. Secretary-General in World Politics' & 'Law and Practice of the United Nations, Documents and Commentary'.