Vol. 4 Nbr. 1, January 2008
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- International human rights law and the administration of justice through military tribunals: preserving utility while precluding impunity.
- A call to freedom: towards a philosophy of international law in an era of fragmentation.
- The domestic legal status of customary international law in the United States: lessons from the federal courts' experience with general maritime law.
- Theories of compliance with international law and the challenge of cultural difference.