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Volume 24, Issue 2

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Towards a Political Theory of International Courts and Tribunals

David D. Caron

The Will to Enforce: An Examination of the Political Constraints Upon a Regional Court of Human Rights

Mike Burstein

Substantive Review of ICSID Awards: Is the Desire for Accuracy Sufficient to Compromise Finality?

Thomas W. Walsh

Finding an Impetus for Institutional Change at the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights

Rebecca Wright

The Anomalous Lack of an International Bankruptcy Court

Charles Seavey

Explaining the Broad-Based Support for WTO Adjudication

Leah Granger

International Judicial Lawmaking: A Theoretical and Political Analysis of the WTO Appellate Body

Shoaib Ghias

The U.S. War Crimes Tribunals at the Former Dachau Concentration Camp: Lessons for Today

Durwood Riedel

NATO's Intervention in Kosovo and the Decision of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia Not to Investigate: An Abusive Exercise of Prosecutorial Discretion

Anne-Sophie Massa

The U.N. Security Council's Referral of the Crimes in Darfur to the International Criminal Court in Light of U.S. Opposition to the Court: Implications for the International Criminal Court's Functions and Status

Corrina Heyder

Toward a History of NAFTA's Chapter Eleven

Jennifer A. Heindl

Strategy or Process? Closing the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and Rwanda

Laura Bingham

Behind the Scenes of Protocol No. 14: Politics in Reforming the European Court of Human Rights

Christina G. Hioureas

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