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||The Democratic Legitimacy of International Human Rights Law
|McClintock, Michael D.
||Introduction to Direct Foreign Investment in Mexico
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||Military and Judicial Intervention: The Way Forward in Human Rights Enforcement?
||Building Trust in Northern Ireland: The Role of Civilian Review of the Police
|McPhee, John S.
||Agriculture and Textiles: The Fare and Fabric of Current GATT Negotiations
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||Women's Rights Unveiled: Taliban's Treatment of Women in Afghanistan
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||Blue Rush: Is an International Privatization Agreement a Viable Solution for Developing Countries in the Face of an Impending World Water Crisis?
|Milone, Kim L.
||Dithering Over Digitization: International Copyright and Licensing Agreements Between Museums, Artists, and New Media Publishers
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||The Land Crisis in Zimbabwe: Getting Beyond the Myopic Focus Upon Black & White
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