VOLUME 33

Vol. 33, No. 1 (2005)

Articles:

          INTRODUCTION:

                     THE SYRACUSE CONFERENCE ON A WORLD RULE OF LAW: AMERICAN PERSPECTIVES AN INTRODUCTION
                              Malcolm M. Feeley   

                    COMMUNITY AND DEMOCRACY: SYRACUSE REFLECTIONS
                              Richard E.D. Schwartz     7

          I. DEMOCRACY AND THE RULE OF LAW

                     AMERICAN SOCIETY AND THE RULE OF LAW
                              Philip Selznick     29

                    ON LAW AND DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT: POPULAR CONSTITUTIONALISM AND JUDICIAL SUPREMACY
                              Daan Braveman     41

                    ROADS TO DEMOCRACY
                              Lawrence M. Friedman     51

                    DEMOCRACY AND THE ARAB WORLD
                              David Shomar     71

          II. SOCIAL BASIS OF DEMOCRACY

                    ON DEMOCRATIC PERSONALITIES
                              Robert W. Daly, M.D.     79

                    CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY TO PROVIDE A SYSTEM OF FREE PUBLIC SCHOOLS: HOW RELEVANT IS THE 
                    STATES' EXPERIENCE TO SHAPING GOVERNMENTAL OBLIGATIONS IN EMERGING DEMOCRACIES?
                              Denise A. Hartman      95 

                    THE CONTRIBUTION OF BROWN v. BOARD OF EDUCATION TO LAW AND DEMOCRATIC DEVELOPMENT
                              Charles V. Willie, Ph.D.     115

                    THE TENSION BETWEEN LEGAL INSTRUMENTALISM AND THE RULE OF LAW
                              Brian Z. Tamanaha     131

          III. HOW DEMOCRACY AND LAW WORK TOGETHER

                    DO FREE MARKETS CREATE FREE SOCIETIES?
                              Samuel Krislov     155

                    REINVENTING PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION WHILE "DE-INVENTING" ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: IS IT TIME FOR AN "APA" 
                    FOR REGULATING OUTSOURCED GOVERNMENT WORK?
                              David H. Rosenbloom & Suzanne J. Piotrowski     175

                    DEMOCRATIC POLICING CONFRONTS TERROR AND PROTEST 
                              Jerome H. Skolnick     191

                    FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT'S PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE UNITED NATIONS
                               Richard E.D. Schwartz     213

           INTRODUCTION: DEMOCRATIC NORMS AND REGIONAL STABILITY PANEL DISCUSSION
                     David S. Berry     233

           A QUICK LOOK AT THE INTER-AMERICAN DEMOCRATIC CHARTER OF THE OAS: WHAT IS IT AND IS IT "LEGAL"?
                     Timothy D. Rudy     237

          NON-DEMOCRATIC TRANSITIONS: REACTIONS OF THE OAS AND CARICOM TO ARISTIDE'S DEPARTURE 
                     David S. Berry     249

           THE OAS AND CONSTITUTIONALISM: LESSONS FROM RECENT WEST AFRICAN EXPERIENCE
                    Stephen J. Schnably     263

Notes:

          FOOD SECURITY EMERGENCIES AND THE POWER OF EMINENT DOMAIN: A DOMESTIC LEGAL TOOL TO TREAT A 
          GLOBAL PROBLEM
                    Robert H. Trudell     277

          THE SARBANES-OXLEY ACT: A DETRIMENT TO MARKET GLOBALIZATION & INTERNATIONAL SECURITIES REGULATION
                    W. Carson McLean     319
                              

Vol. 33, No. 2 (2006)

Articles:

          CONSUMER PROTECTION IN CHINA AFTER ACCESSION TO THE WTO
                    A. Brooke Overby     347

          TEXTUALISM IN GATT/WTO JURISPRUDENCE: LESSONS FROM THE CONSTITUTIONALIZATION DEBATE
                    Dongsheng Zang     393

          TRAINING THE HYBRID LAWYER AND IMPLEMENTING THE HYBRID SYSTEM: TWO TASKS FOR ITALIAN LEGAL 
          EDUCATION 
                    David M. Siegal     445

          BLUEBOOKING THE BLUE HELMETS: HOW NOT TO CITE THE U.N. CHARTER
                    Donna E. Arzt     467

Survey of International Law in the Second Circuit:

          FOREIGN SOVEREIGN IMMUNITIES ACT

          DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY UNDER THE CONVENTION PRIVILEGES AND IMMUNITIES OF THE UNITED NATIONS AN THE 
          VIENNA CONVENTION ON DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS

          WARSAW CONVENTION

          EMBARGO

          HAGUE CONVENTION ON THE CIVIL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL CHILD ABDUCTION

Notes:

          RIGHT TO AN IMPARTIAL JURY: UNITED KINGDOM PARLIAMENT'S ORDER TO DISCLOSE PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS AND 
          ITS IMPACT ON DEFENDANTS
                    Cindy S. Kui     495

          PIERCING THE CORPORATE VEIL IN THE INTERNATIONAL ARENA
                    Katherine E. Lyons     523