Volume 4, Number 2 (2005)

Washington University Global Studies Law Review

REMARKS

US Antagonism Toward the International Rule of Law: The View of a Concerned "Outsider"
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 205 (2005)

ARTICLES

Monitoring E-mail of Employees in the Private Sector: A Comparison Between Western Europe and The United States 
by Yohei Suda
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 209 (2005)

Prolonged Administrative Detention of Illegal Arrivals in Australia: The Untenable HIV/AIDS Justification 
by Carlos Scott López
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 263 (2005)

ESSAYS

An American Vision for Global Justice: Taking the Rule of (International) Law Seriously
by Leila Nadya Sadat
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 329 (2005)

The New Legal Transnationalism, The Globalized Judiciary, and The Rule of Law
by Ken I. Kersch
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 345 (2005)

NOTES

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Amnesties, and the "Interests of Justice": Striking a Delicate Balance
by Thomas Hethe Clark
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 389 (2005)

International Parental Child Abduction: Conceptulizing New Remedies Through Application of the Hague Convention
by Barbara E. Lubin
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 415 (2005)

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

A Bid for a New Future: What are the Effects and Challenges of the New National Public Bidding Regulations on Land Use Rights Assignment in China?
by T. Oliver Yee
4 WASH. U. GLOBAL STUD. L. REV. 447 (2005) 

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