Volume 27, Issue 2

Articles include
Judicial Review Over Arbitration in China: Assessing the Extent of the Latest Pro-Arbitration Move by the Supreme People’s Court in the People’s Republic of China by Weixia Gu
Interrogation and Silence: A Comparative Study by Craig M. Bradley
The Unusual Sovereign State: The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act and Litigation Against the Holy See for Its Role in the Global Priest Sexual Abuse Scandal by Melanie Black
“France, Love It or Leave It”: New French Law Restricts Family Reunification by Roya Hajbandeh
Vicarious and Contributory for Internet Host Providers: Combating Copyright Infringement in the United States, Russia, and China by Trudy S. Martin

Volume 27, Issue 1

Articles include
Unrecognized Victims: Sexual Violence Against Men in Conflict Settings Under International Law by Dustin A. Lewis
International Indigenous Land Rights: A Critique of the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in Light of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples by Jo M. Pasqualucci
State Common Law Aspects of the Global Unwindings of the Madoff Ponzi Scheme and the Sub-Prime Mortgage Securitization Debacle: Buttressing the Thesis That Globalizing the American law School Curriculum at the Expense of Instruction in Core Common Law Doctrine Will Only Further Provincialize It by Charles E. Rounds, Jr.
Assessing Asylum Claims From Children Born in Violation of China’s One-Child Policy: What the United States Can Learn from Australia by Brian Edstrom
From Budapest to Berlin: How Implementing Class Action Lawsuits in the European Union Would Increase Competition and Strengthen Consumer Confidence by Christopher Smithka
It’s Greek to Me: The Case for Creating an International Agency to Enforce International Accounting Standards to Promote Harmonization and International Business Transactions by Peter White