Volume 30

Vol. 30, No. 1 (2003)

Articles:

          INTERNATIONAL LAW AND GLOBALIZATION: ALLIES, ANTAGONISTS, OR IRRELEVANCE?
                    John King Gamble, Emily A. Allen & Nicole L. Dirling

          AN OVERVIEW OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN CHINA
                    Yuwa Wei     23

          DELOCALIZED ARBITRATION UNDER THE ENGLISH ARBITRATION ACT 1996: AN EVOLUTION OR A REVOLUTION?
                    Olakunle O. Olatawura     49

Survey of International Law in the Second Circuit:

          U.S. CARRIAGE OF GOODS BY SEA ACT

          FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT

          MOTION TO QUASH SUBPOENA

          MOTION TO GRANT ASYLUM

          FORUM NON CONVENIENS

Notes:

          FROM CONFLICT TO CONFLUENCE: PROTECTION OF DATABASES CONTAINING GENETIC INFORMATION 
                    Edward J. Baba     121

          INTERNATIONAL PARENTAL CHILD ABDUCTION: TIME FOR THE UNITED STATES TO TAKE A STAND
                    Laura C. Clemens     151


Vol. 30, No. 2 (2003)

Symposium: Thirty Years of International Law Scholarship

          INTRODUCTION

                    FOREWORD
                              Hannah R. Arterian     179

                    FROM SOVIETS TO SADDAM: INTRODUCTION TO THE THIRTIETH ANNIVERSITY SYMPOSIUM
                              Donna E. Arzt & Anna G. Kaminska      181

          ESSAYS

                    TREATY-MAKING POWER OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY THIRTY YEARS (APPROXIMATELY) AFTER THE ERTA 
                    CASE - AND WHERE DOES THIS LEAVE THE UNITED STATES?
                              Peter E. Herzog      205

                    TRANSNATIONAL CRIMINAL NETWORKS AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY
                              Melvyn Levitsky      227

                    THE GLOBALIZATION OF DIABILITY RIGHTS LAW
                              Arlene S. Kanter      241 

                    TO SPEAK THE UNSPEAKABLE: AIDS, CULTURE, AND THE RULE OF LAW IN CHINA
                              Norman Kutcher     271

                    ECONOMICS IN TRANSITION: RECENT PERFORMANCE
                              Peter Koveos      287

                    SURPRISED BY SIN: HUMAN RIGHTS AND UNIVERSALITY
                              Tawia Ansah     307

                    THIRTY YEARS LATER: STILL PLAYING CATCH-UP WITH THE TERRORISTS
                              Keith Sealing     339

                    THIRTY YEARS OF INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW: A RETROSPECTIVE AND PLEA FOR REINVIGORATION 
                              David M. Driesen     353

Notes:

           THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME: IS IT ALL THAT IT IS CRACKED UP 
           TO BE? PROBLEMS POSED BY THE RUSSIAN MAFIA IN THE TRAFFICKING OF HUMANS
                     Jennifer L. Enck     369

           WISH YOU WERE HERE: A CROSS-CULTURAL ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURAL PRESERVATION, RECONSTRUCTION, 
           AND THE CONTEMPORARY BUILT ENVIRONMENT
                     Deborah C. Roth     395