Volume 29

Vol. 29, No. 1 (2001)

Symposium: International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial

          WELCOME
                    Daan Braveman

          INTRODUCTION
                    Donna E. Arzt     2

          FIRST PANEL
                    Kathryn Turman     5
                    Tom McCulloch     10
                    Norman McFadyen     15
                    Ann Den Bieman     22

          SECOND PANEL
                    Norman McFadyen     29
                    John Logue     37

          THE LOCKERBIE TRIAL: JUSTICE AND VICTIMS
                    Clare Connelly     44

          THE BROADER MEANING OF THE LOCKERBIE TRIAL AND THE FUTURE OF INTERNATIONAL COUNTER-TERRORISM
                    Michael P. Scharf      50

          WHAT NEXT FOR THE LOCKERBIE VICTIM FAMILIES? PANEL DISCUSSION AMONG FAMILY MEMBERS
                    Dorothy Coker, Jack Flynn, Bob Monetti & Georgia Nucci     64

Articles:

          A TOUGHER ROW TO HOE: THE EUROPEAN UNION'S ASCENSION AS A GLOBAL SUPERPOWER ANALYZED THROUGH 
          THE AMERICAN FEDERAL EXPERIENCE
                    Mark C. Anderson     83

          THE "LOCKERBIE TRIAL ~ FAMILIES PROJECT" WEBSITE: VICTIMS ASSISTANCE GOES ONLINE
                    Donna E. Arzt     121

          CHINA AND THE UNIVERSAL HUMAN RIGHTS STANDARDS
                    Jiangyu Wang     135

Notes:

          THE PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES VERSUS AIDS VICTIMS: A CLASSIC CASE OF BAD VERSUS GOOD? A LOOK AT THE 
          STRUGGLE BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND ACCESS TO TREATMENT
                    Tracy Collins     159

          IS INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW WATERPROOF? THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON THE OCEANS AS A 
          COMMONS
                    Erik M. Limpitlaw     185


Vol. 29, No. 2 (2002)

Articles:

          THE EUROPEAN UNION'S LACK OF INTERNAL BORDERS IN THE PRACTICE OF LAW: A MODEL FOR THE UNITED 
          STATES?
                    D. Bruce Shine     207

          THE INCREASED AGGRESSION OF THE EC COMMISSION IN EXTRATERRITORIAL ENFORCEMENT OF THE MERGER 
          REGULATION AND ITS IMPACT ON TRANSATLANTIC COOPERATION IN ANTITRUST
                    Sarah Stevens     263

          MICROCREDIT AS A MODEL: A CRITIQUE OF STATE/NGO RELATIONS
                    Celia R. Taylor     303

Survey of International Law in the Second Circuit:

          INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION REMEDIES ACT

          MOTION TO COMPEL ARBITRATION

          MOTION TO INTERVENE

          MOTION TO RECUSE JUDGE
 
          WARSAW CONVENTION

Notes:

          THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL PARKS IN PROMOTING SPECIES RETENTION AND BIODIVERSITY
                    Jarrod H. Becker     371

          A MORE PERFECT UNION? EASTERN ENLARGEMENT AND THE INSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES OF THE CZECH 
          REPUBLIC'S ACCESSION TO THE EUROPEAN UNION
                    Carson W. Clements     401