Vol. 46 Nbr. 3, March - March 2014
- A reflection on innovations in the Security Council: the international tribunals, counterterrorism, and the Office of the Ombudsperson.
- A conversation with the chief prosecutor of United States military commissions.
- Eroding the foundations of international humanitarian law: the United States post-9/11.
- Unconventional responses to unique catastrophes: tailoring the law to meet the challenges.
- Twenty-first-century problems - twentieth-century international law.
- A war crimes tribunal for Sri Lanka? Examining the options under international law.
- After Artyom: how efforts to reform U.S.-Russia adoption failed, and what Russia must do now to ensure the welfare of her orphans.
- Foreign assistance at home: increasing USAID accountability through victim participation rights in the foreign assistance act.
- Tourism at UNESCO world heritage sites: protecting global treasures and the travelers who seek them.
- Wings without borders: the case for a Migratory Insect Treaty to aid monarch butterflies.