Winter 1991
Vol. I, No. 1

Review of U.S.-Mexico Environmental Issues (p. 5)
Senator Lloyd Bentsen

NAFTA and the Environment: Public Citizen v. Office of United States Trade Representative, 91-1916 (D.D.C. Aug. 1, 1991) (p. 9)
J. Todd Ivey and L.Charles Van Cleef, assisted by Edith Premazon

Foreign Investment in the Mexican Energy Sector (p. 11)
Jeffrey Boyd Lucas and Mike Waters

NAFTA: Legal Issues for Agriculture (p. 13)
Fred O. Boadu

Mexico's Use of Agricultural Licensing (p. 25)
Allen Rogers, David Wilson, and Darryl Wolfe

The Implications of NAFTA on the Maquiladoras in Mexico (p. 27)
Rodolpho Sandoval

Maquiladoras: A Basic Prime (p 35)
Jose D. Garcia and Robert Loughran

Rules of Origin and NAFTA (p. 38)
Fred O. Boadu and Steve M. Wise

The President's Report to Congress on the Likely Effects of NAFTA on U.S. Labor-An Examination (p. 47)
Craig L. Jackson

Essay: Houston's Historic and Economic Interest in NAFTA (p. 58)
Miguel R. San Juan and Jack H. Ewing

Recent Developments (p. 62)
Robert L. Bostwick and Gregory Stark

Summer 1992
Vol. I, No. 2

International Intellectual Property: Recent Developments And Issues For The Coming Decade (p. 5)
Alan S. Gutterman

Mexico's New Intellectual Property Law (p. 21)
Edwin Friesenhahn

Entering International Markets: An Experiential Guide (p. 23)
Stephen E. Handel

Doing Business In The CIS: An Interview With Michael L. Parks (p. 37)
Michael L. Parks, Leslie A. Henges, and Anita Krosby

The Formation Of Foreign-Controlled Mexican Companies: Important Practical Considerations (p. 39)
Daniel Cavazos, J.D. and Dale A. Kimball, Jr., J.D.

How The GATT Will Affect Less-Developed Countries (p. 51)
Carl Mabbs-Zeno

The Uruguay Round: United States And European Community Stumble Over Agriculture (p. 55)
Kenneth R. Bell and Owen Ralston

Recent Developments (p. 57)
Daphine Patelis and David Ryan

Super 301: A Possible Return (p. 58)
Stanton K. Strickland

Winter 1992
Vol. II, No. 1

The European Community's Changing Agricultural Policies (p. 3)
E. Wesley F. Peterson and Samarendu Mohanty

Labor Laws in the European Community (p. 11)
Michele C. Moinar

The European Economic Area: A General Overview, Its Significance, and Future (p. 21)
Wayne P. Bunch, Jr.

Current Status of the European Community (p. 29)

A Guide to Industrial Property, Franchising, and Licensing in Mexico (p. 33)
Joyce G. Mazero, John B. McKnight, and Carlos Müggenburg

Environmental Controversies and Compromises at the Rio Conference (p. 45)
Bryan Baker

GATT Tuna Decision: International Trade and Environmentalism (p. 49)
Mark L. Clark

Indonesia: A Current Perspective (p. 53)
Stephen Wallace

Reconciling Differences: Japan and The United States (p. 59)
Nadim I. Cook and Owen Ralston

Summer 1993
Vol. II, No. 2

The NAFTA Import Surge Fallacy (p. 3)
Robert J. Ward, Jr.

Policy Changes For Latin America? (p. 11)
Scott C. Billings

Canadian Focus on NAFTA and Services (p. 17)
Kim G. Yelton

The Public Citizen Decision: Its Potential Effects on NAFTA And Other Trade Agreements (p. 22)
Stephen L. Miller

A Comparative Analysis of Selected Rules of International Arbitration (p. 25)
D. Michael Dodd

Designing Arbitration Clauses in Transnational Contracts (p. 44)
Joyce E. Stevens and Clarinda Comstock

Political Risk and Petroleum Investment in Russia (p. 48)
Paul E. Comeaux and N. Stephan Kinsella

Regional Trade Issues Facing the Clinton Administration (p. 57)
Lee F. Haas

Spring 1994
Vol. III, No. 1

Regulatory Hurdles to Foreign Direct Investment in the United States (p. 3)
John A. Cottingham, Daniel J. Churay, and Nigel J. Swycher

Trade and Investment Programs Between the United States and the Newly Independent States (p. 17)
Judy A. Weaver

MERCOSUR: The South American Common Market (p. 24)
Juan E. Curuchet

Chile: An Open Door to Foreign Investment (p. 31)
Beatriz E. Trillos

Eximbank Credit Support for Financing U.S. Exports (p. 34)
F. Walter Bistline, Jr. and Mary C. Townsend

U.S. Concerns Regarding China's Bid to Enter GATT (p. 43)
Ted G. Kennedy

Anti-Counterfeit in Thailand (p. 38)
Dhiraphol Suwanprateep

The Asuncion Treaty and the Law of the States (p. 53)
Mariano Augusto Cavagna Martinez

Dealing with Japan: Framework Agreement Versus Super 301 (p. 59)
Tamara Sheffield & Ben D. Huynh

Fall 1994
Vol. III, No. 2

How Doing Business With Mexico Affects Choice of Business Entity (p. 3)
Rona R. Mears

Texas Mexico Bar Association (p. 9)
Wayne I. Fagan & Scott C. Billings

Securing Investments in Civil Law Countries: Some Technical and Practical Aspects Involving Security Interests in Foreign-Based Movable Assets (p. 11)
Alejandro M. Garro

The Uruguay Round's Dispute Settlement Understanding: Ensuring a More Stable and Predictable Trading Environment (p. 25)
William P. Haddock

The Legal Evolution of Mexican Environmental Laws (p. 34)
Humberto Celis

The NAFTA Side Agreements (p. 46)

Perspective on Oil & Gas Investments in the Former Soviet Union (p. 48)

Thomas W. Wälde

The Uruguay Round: What GATT Means to the United States (p. 55)
Ziad N. Zarka & Eric V. Blanchard

Update: Doing Business in Hungry (p. 62)

Tradenotes (p. 67)
Edwin Friesenhahn

Apec Update (p. 70)

Summer Supplement 1995
Vol. III, Supplement

Prospects for the UKCS: Boom Years Ahead? (p. 3)
Bruce Westbrook

North Sea Partnering, Alliances, and Gainsharing: One Step Further! (p. 7)
Penelope Warne

Cutting Costs: Oil Company Initiatives, including CRINE (p. 12)
Penelope Warne

The 1994 Energy Charter Treaty: An Overview (p. 16)
Thomas W. Wälde

Competition and Jurisdiction in the North Sea (p. 25)
Penelope Warne

Duties of Directors of Companies Registered in England and Wales (p. 33)
Bruce Westbrook

Immigration Issues for Overseas Workers in the United Kingdom (p. 38)
Bruce Westbrook

Fall 1995
Vol. IV, No. 1

Economic Development in the Information Age: Investing in Telecommunications Infrastructure (p. 3)
Michael Thompson

Protecting Foreign Copyright in the Peoples Republic of China (p. 10)
Kailan M. Niemeyer

Enforceability of Forum-Selection Clauses in International Commercial Contracts (p. 20)
R. Doak Bishop & David B. Lee

Delay and Cost Booby Traps in Arbitration Practice, and How to Avoid Them (p. 43)
Tom Arnold

Taxation of Oil and Gas Produced in Russia by U.S. Companies (p. 56)
Dorothy May

Tradenotes (p. 65)
Edwin Friesenhahn

Winter 1995
Vol. IV, No. 2

International Software Distribution: Legal Concerns (p. 3)
Phillip D. Porter

The Expatriation Tax and International Human Rights (p. 8)
Anthony D'Amato

The U.S. Trade Embargo Against Cuba: The Time Has Come to End This Cold-War Relic (p. 14)
Annie Swank

The Use, Abuse, and Possible Reform of Section 337 (p. 19)
Dr. Michael David Rostoker & Sharon Raye Brown

The Application of U.S. Law by Binational Review Panels in the Softwood Lumber Case (p. 32)
Brian Rhodes

Environmental Pollution Along the U.S.-Mexico Border and an Overview of Mexico's General Law for Ecological Equilibrium and Protection of the Environment (p. 37)
Adrian R. Martinez

Hazardous Waste Trade: U.S. Ratification of the Basel Convention is Still Needed (p. 44)
Ingrid A. de Graaff

The Case Law of the European Court of Justice on Free Trade and the Environment (p. 50)
Kurt Riechenberg

European Attempts Toward a Unified Securities Market in High-Risk, High-Growth Companies (58)
Justus W. Lapham

Selected Bibliography re: NAFTA (p. 62)
Anne L. Abramson


Summer 1996
(5th Anniversary Issue)
Vol. V, No. 1

Transnational Bankruptcy Proceedings: Making Sure Creditors Worldwide Get an Equitable Recovery (p. 3)
Shari L. Heyen

Competing With the Anticompetitive: The Structure and Effectiveness of Japan's Antimonopoly Law (p. 11)
Michael J. DePonte

The Extraterritorial Application of U.S. Export Controls (p. 17)
James M. Fisher, II

The U.S. Supreme Court on International Arbitration vis-à-vis COGSA Liability (p. 31)
Eric V. Blanchard

Intellectual Property and NAFTA (p. 36)
Dr. Horacio Rangel-Ortiz

Statutory Exclusion of Medical Procedure Patents: Will History Repeat Itself? (p. 43)
Johnathan F. Elliston & Alan R. Thiele

Summary of New Laws in Mexico (p. 51)
Guillermo Marrero

World Trade Organization: A First-Year Review (p. 53)
Milan H. Kim

Tradenotes (p. 60)
Edwin Friesenhahn

Winter 1996
Vol. V, No. 2

The Central European Free Trade Agreement: Its Background, Purposes and Current Developments (p. 3)
Leszek Leszczyñski

The TRIPs Agreement in Action: Japan in the Hotseat (p. 11)
James E. Hudson, III

MERCOSUR Protocol for the Harmonization of Intellectual Property Provisions in the Field of Trademarks (p. 15)
Dr. Horacio Rangel-Ortiz

Hazardous Waste and the Mercado Común del Sur (MERCOSUR): How a Regional Trade Agreement Handles the Problems of Environmental Protection (p. 21)
Arthur (Arturo) Grimaldo, II

Global Enforcement of Judgments: Is the United States Making Progress? (p. 29)
R. G. Jones

International Legal Research on the Internet (p. 33)
Monica M. Ortale

NAFTA: Bridging the U.S./Mexico Environmental Gap (p. 41)
Laura Shinn Westin

The Bittersweet Effects of Domestic Sugar Law (p. 45)
Lucea Suzan Kedron

Summer 1997
Vol. VI, No. 1

An Empirical Analysis of the Growth and Autonomy of the Office of the United States Trade Representative (p. 3)
Fred O. Boadu and Jie Shen

Helms-Burton: The Sword of Damocles? (p. 13)
Simon Purnell

Protocol for the Amendment of the Central American Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property in the Field of Trademarks and Other Distinctive Signs (p. 20)
Dr. Horacio Rangel-Ortiz

The WTO Set the Stage in Singapore: First Ministerial Conference (p. 27)
T. Sholeh Johnson

International Transactions in Latin America Involving Oil and Gas (p. 32)
Jose L. Valera

Deciphering the Encryption Debate: An Introduction and Overview of Encryption Regulation (p. 43)
J. Kirkland Sammons

The Long Saga of the Spratly Islands "Elongated Sandbanks": Overview of the Territorial Disputes among Vietnam, China, and Other Asean Nations in the South China Sea (p. 47)
Wendy Nicole Duong

Shock Therapy Privatization in the Former Soviet Union: Medicine or Poison? (p. 56)
Michelle Regal Herrman

Winter 1997
Vol. VI, No. 2

Arranging Project Financing for Polar Lights Company in Russia (p. 3)
James W. Skelton, Jr.

Fast Track: The Only Solution for the Future of U.S. Trade (p. 9)
Natalia W. Geren

Geographical Indications on TRIPs and Treaty Law Recently Adopted in The Americas (p. 18)
Dr. Horacio Rangel-Ortiz

GATT and the World Trade Organization: Has the Ability of the United States to Enforce its Environmental Laws Been Compromised? (p. 35)
Robert Shawver

Canadian Merger Law: Practical Implications for International Transactions (p. 41)
James Musgrove

From Boston to Burma: An Examination of the Massachusetts Restrictive Purchasing Law in Light of the Agreement on Government Procurement (p. 53)
J. Charles Haynes

Moving Cargo Across the Texas-Mexico Boarder, Present and Future (p. 59)
David M. Neipert, J.D.

Forum Selection Agreements Opting Out of U.S. Securities Laws (p. 64)
Penny Traver-Lorenzo

Summer 1998
Vol. VII, No. 1

The Spiral of Time: A Historical Perspective on International Law Protection for Transnational Investment in the Twenty-first Century (p. 3)
Ewell E. Murphy, Jr.

International Antitrust: A Comparison of the European Union and the United States (p. 11)
Patrick B. Larkin

The Brave New Cuba (p. 22)
Terry O'Neill

Italian Telecommunications: On Line with Europe (p. 27)
David M. Dobson and Marcantonio Pinci

The Regulatory Implications of International Telecommunications Liberalization: New Roles for the WTO and ITU (p. 44)
Mark A. Crichton

Multilateral Trade and Supranational Environmental Protection (p. 53)
Michelle Treviño-Aguilar

The European Data Protection Directive and European-U.S. Trade (p. 61)
Fred H. Cate

Winter 1998
Vol. VII, No. 2

International Electronic Commerce: Some Legal Aspects (p. 3)
Fernando Piera

The Euro: A Trojan Horse for Europe or a Real Rival to the U.S. Dollar? (p. 15)
Bridgett Overlease

What Might the Impact of the Euro be on Latin America's Trade and Finance Markets (p. 24)
Ricardo J. Cata

How the Western Hemisphere will be Won! (p. 29)
Matthew Barrier

Implementation of the Santiago Summit Plan of Action in the Field: A Look at USAID's Programs in Education, Democracy, Trade Integration, Economic Growth, and Poverty Reduction in Guatemala (p. 44)
Steven E. Hendrix

The Evolution of Commercial and Insurance Law in Post-Cold War Russia (p. 52)
John Welch

The Treaty of Amsterdam: Some Progresses, Many Disappointments (p. 63)
Jorge Bacelar Gouveia and Margarida Telles Romão

Staying Out of the Grasp of the GATT: Attempts to Protect Animals at the expense of Free Trade (p. 69)
Brooks Ware

The Scope of the Counterfeiting Problem (p. 78)
Peter Lowe

Summer 1999
Vol. VIII, No. 1

Intellectual Property in the Digital Age: The Piracy/Counterfeiting Problem and Antipiracy and Anticounterfeiting Measures (p. 3)
Don E. Tomlinson

Piracy in the Information Age: Effective Protection of Intellectual Property Rights (p. 17)
Larry Pfeil

Preventing Counterfeiting: Obligation and Opportunity (p. 24)
Lewis Kontnik

Music on the Internet: Can the Present Laws and Treaties Protect Music Copyright in Cyberspace? (p. 31)
Stephen Summer

Manufacturers' Responsibility for Harms Suffered by Victims of Counterfeiters: A Modern Elaboration of Causation Rules and Fundamental Tort Law (p. 43)
Arthur Best

U.S. Export Controls on Dual-Use Goods and Technologies: Is the High Tech Industry Suffering? (p. 49)
R. Aylan Broadbent

Criminalization of Trade Secret Theft: On the Second Anniversary of the Economic Espionage Act (p. 59)
John R. Bauer & Joseph F. Savage, Jr.

Exporation of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act-Are We Doing Enough to Ensure Our Goal of Global Compliance With Its Content? (p. 66)
Brooks Ware

Trademark Enforcement in Mexico (p. 74)
Hedwig A. Lindner López

Winter 1999
Vol. VIII, No.2

The Convergence of International Trade and Competition Law Through A WTO Market Access Code (p. 3)
Charles M. Gastle

Proposed Changes to the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act: How will they affect the United States Maritime Industry at the Global Level? (p. 32)
Leslie W. Taylor

The Maritime Industry and the "ISM" Code (p. 43)
Paul S. Edelman

The Electronic Marine Insurance Certificate (p. 47)
George F. Chandler, III

Chapter 11: The Efforts to Define Expropriation (p. 50)
Ana Tschen

New Struggle with and Old Menace: Towards a Revised Definition of Maritime Piracy (p. 61)
Philip A. Buhler

A Brief Prelude: Hadley v. Baxendale, Y2K, and Maritime Trade (Sometimes the Bowsprit gets attached to the Rudder) (p. 72)
Alexander J. Bolla & R. Brian Tipton

The International Monetary Fund: Wallet Sore to the West or Savior to the Global Financial Crisis (p. 79)
Dan Taylor

Chinese Law on Carriage of Goods by Sea under Bills of Lading (p, 89)
Xia Chen

Summer 2000
Vol. IX, No. 1

Marine Pollution from Ships: The Australian Legal Regime ( p. 3)
Michael White

Does International Trade Really Trump Environmental Law? A Maritime Perspective (p. 17)
James J. Woodruff

Russian Customs Laws as Barriers to Foreign Direct Investment (p. 27)
Myron R. Morales

The "ILL-LICIT" Effects on NAFTA: Increased Drug Trafficking into the United States through the Southwest Boarder (p. 38)
J. Patrick LaRue

Overview of the Environmental Law of Mexico (p. 49)
George R. Gonzales & Maria Gastelum

The Basic Law of Hong Kong and its Effects on the Environment (p. 55)
Lisa A. Royee

The Ocean Shipping and Reform Act of 1998 (p. 65)
Paul S. Edelman

A Worldwide Problem: Domain Names Disputes in Cyberspace. Who is in Control? (p. 69)
David Romero

Limitations of Vessel Owner's Liability; Inapplicability to Non-Shipowners (p. 78)
Richard J. Arsenault

Tortious Interference with International Contracts (p. 80)
Travis Newport

The Cyberspace Showdown: Jurisdictional Jurisprudence-The United States Versus the European Union (p. 89)
Ryan Marlatt


Winter 2000

Vol. IX, No. 2

The Fundamental Principles of Industrial Relations in the Turkish Economic System (p. 3)
Prof. Dr. Ali Mehmet KOCAOGLU, Ryan Marlatt & Res. As. Necip Kagan KOCAOGLU

The Re-regulation of Freight Forwarders in the U.S.A. and its Impact on the USA-Mexico Border (p. 11)
Dr. James R. Giermanski & Dr. David Neipert

Foreign Control and Agreement Under ICSID Article 25(2)(B): Standards for Claims Brought by Locally Organized Subsidiaries Against Host States (p.18)
Mary L. Moreland

Regionalization: The Choice of A New Millennium (p. 25)
Matthew Barrier

The World Bank and the IMF: Fostering Growth in The Global Market (p. 37)
Jeremy J. Sanders

The Economic Impact of Replacing the Federal Income Tax with a Federal Consumption Tax: Leveling the International Playing Field (p. 47)
Laural Dale

International Scientific Misconduct and the Legal System (p. 60)
Joe A. Flores, RN, MSN, FNP

World Trade Organization and Environmental Protection: Reconciling the Conflict (p. 69)
Lana Martin

Privacy Online: A Primer on the European Union’s Directive and United States Safe Harbor Privacy Principles (p. 80)
James T. Sunosky

Implementing the FTAA: A Survey of Hemispheric Unification Efforts Within the Americas Over the Past Ten Years (p. 91)
Joe Zopolsky

Summer 2001 Tenth Anniversary Edition

Vol. X, No. 1

NAFTA Verifications: New Concerns for Exporters and Producers (p. 3)
Steven W. Baker

International Electronic Commerce: Legal Framework at the Beginning of the XXI Century (p. 8)
Fernando Piera

NAFTA Section 303, A Difficult Choice for Mexico (p. 25)
David Neipert

The Canadian Bulk Water Moratorium and Its Implications for NAFTA (p. 29)
Christopher Scott Maravilla

The Application of the Letter of Credit Form of Payment in International Business Transactions (p. 37)
Dr. Serguei A. Koudriachov

Is the Grass Any Greener on the Other Side of the Rio Grande?? A Look at NAFTA and its Progenys’ Effects on Mexican Environmental Conditions (p. 44)
Deanna Aguilar

Harmonization of the Patent Systems of NAFTA Nations (p. 54)
Arlene Nolan Farolan

Fighting Against Ourselves: Efforts to Combat Decertification & Land Degradation (p. 65)
Leena Ninan

A Recent Summary of International Commercial Arbitration: The United States Versus Mexico and Canada? (p. 75)
Collin G. Warren

The North American Free Trade Agreement’s Effects on Mexico’s  Environment (p. 86)
Kori Westbrook

Winter 2001

Vol. X, No. 2

The Judicial Enforcement of Intellectual Property in Argentina: Is Society Being Served? (p. 3)
Dr. Ronald Corbett

Comparative Analysis of Accounting Principles & Practices in Russia and the U.S.A. (p. 20)

Sergei Koudriachov

Executive Use of the IEEPA-Evolution Through the Terrorist and Taliban Sanctions (p. 28)
James Savage

International Trade and the Bioinvasion: A Price for Everything and Everything for a Price (p. 45)
Michael J. Prather

When Free Speech and the Internet Collide: Yahoo!-Nazi-Paraphernalia Case (p, 56)
Sakura Mizuno

Has Fascism Become Fashionable? (p. 70)
Scott Weiss

The Basel Convention and The International Trade of Hazardous Waste: The Road to the Destruction of Public Health and the Environment is Paved with Good Intentions (p. 80)
Kimberly Gregory

Making American Leadership Attractive to Europeans in The New Millennium (p. 91)
Alma J. Adams

Summer 2002

Vol. XI, No. 1

Promoting Your Products in the EU: Free Drawings, Prize Competitions and Unfair Competition (p.3)
Sonia Cortes

Market Definition and International Trade (p. 10)
John W. Daugherty, Jr.

Supplemental Reading: Approval of Mergers and Acquisitions of Governmental Authorities: United States and Europe (p. 22)

New Evaluation Criteria for Country Attractiveness in Terms of Market Entry (p. 23)
Dr. Sergei A. Koudriachov

Supplemental Reading: Economic Development and Investment Information About Countries/Rankings (p. 32)

Assessing the Effect of Britain’s Euro Debate: Before and After (p. 34)
Samantha Ferguson

A Continental Currency, Federal Europe, and The Importance of a More Perfect Union (p. 45)
K.C. Ashmore

Luck of the Irish: Ireland has Become the Technological Wonderland of the European Union (p. 55)
Michael Busby

Turkey’s Admittance to the European Union: A Keystone Between Continents (p. 66)
Christopher Frank

Which Style Should Govern? (p. 76)
Danny Ray Garza

Europoly: Do the Recipient Countries of Cohesion Funds Need a “Get Out of Jail Card?” (p. 86)

Angeline Vachris

Winter 2002

Vol. XI, No. 2

Coming to Grips with Globalization (p. 3)
Ewell E. Murphy, Jr.

War by Sanctions: Are We Targeting Ourselves? (p. 8)
Joanmarie M. Dowling and Mark P. Popiel 

The Professionalization Thesis: The TBR, The WTO and Word Economic Integration (p. 16)
Eric Allen Engle

Regionalism or Globalism? The Process of Telecommunication Cooperation within the OAS and NAFTA (p. 30)
Chun Hung Lin

The Future of Brazilian Immigration (p. 46)
Myron R. Morales

The Use and Enforcement of Arbitration Agreements in U.S. Courts with a Focus on the Western Hemisphere (p. 51)
James J. Woodruff, II

Understanding Patents in a Post-DOHA World (p. 57)
Nabila Ansari

A Step in the Right Direction: How to Make the Free Trade Agreement of the Americas a Cohesive Agreement that will Better Serve Integration of Free Trade in the Western Hemisphere (p. 70)
Suzanne Elmilady

Fleecing the American Taxpayer: Competition Policy in the U.S. Military Household Goods Industry in Germany (p. 85)
Robert J. Mueller

Summer 2003

Vol. XII, No. 1

Corporate Liability Under the Alien Tort Claims Act: United States Court Jurisdiction Over International Torts
(p. 3)
Richard T. Marooney and George S. Branch

IPR Protection of Computer Programs/Computer Software in the Global Market (p. 15)
Fernando Piera

Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Case of State Succession: The Paradigm of the 1981 Convention Between Greece and The Former USSR on Judicial Assistance in Civil and Criminal Matters (p. 31)
Evagelos Vassilakakis and Panayiotis Yiannopoulos

Transaction Costs and Their Elevated Role in the Context of EU Expansion (p. 37)
Dr. Serguei A. Koudriachov


Winter 2003

Vol. XII, No. 2

Caveat Emptor: Lessons from Volkswagen’s Lemon Purchase (p. 3)
Terrence J. Lau

Caricom Participation in Caribbean Basin Initiative: Lessons for FTAA (p. 12)
Andrea Ewart

International Trade and the Environment: A Seething Antagonism (p. 17)
Andy J. Rich

Globalization, The World Trade Organization, and Developing States; A View from the South (p. 24)
O.A. Odiase-Alegimenlen

Reflections on U.S. International Trade Law and Practice – Compatibility with the WTO Rules and Call for Modification (p. 31)
Y.S. Lee

Biotechnology in the Balance of International Trade: Scientific Uncertainty and Legal Response (p. 44)
Cynthia Dresden

Interim Measures of Protection in International Commercial Arbitration: Problems, Proposed Solutions, and Anticipated Results (p. 55)
Stephen M. Ferguson

Telemedicine: Overcoming Obstacles on the Road to Global Healthcare (p. 68)
C.R. Ewell, PhD

International Affirmative Action: Current Gender Affirmative Action Approaches in International Trade Serving as a Possible Model for Minority Groups (p. 78)
Lia Hayes

Space Resuscitation: Capitalism to the Rescue?  When International Cooperation Becomes International Complication (p. 87)
Lori Magee Laird

The Cuban Embargo: A Ship Weathering the Storm of Globalization and International Trade (p. 98) 
Andrew Mihalik

Summer 2004

Vol. XIII, No. 1

Upstream: Oil Rights Granted by the Turkish Petroleum Law (p. 3)
Selma Stern

Sarbanes-Oxley Goes to Europe: A Comparative Analysis of United States and European Union Corporate Reforms after Enron (p. 9)
Elias Mossos

Three Represents and China’s Constitution: Presaging Cultural Relativistic Asian Regionalism (p. 23)
M. Ulric Killion

“Brother Can You Spare a Stem Cell?” The Ethical and Moral Minefield Surrounding Stem Cell Research on US and International Law (p. 38)
Leslie Leazer

The NAFTA Aftermath: Analyzing a Free Trade Agreement Defectively Designed to Perpetuate Poverty and Dependency in Rural Mexico (p. 49)
Carvana Hicks

NAFTA “Regulatory Takings” vs. Fifth Amendment Compensatory Rights: Tipping the Scales in Favor of Foreign Investment (p. 56)
Colleen Austin


Winter 2004

Vol. XIII, No. 2

Securing Peace Through Trade Dividends: Qualifying Industrial Zones Between the U.S., Israel, Jordan, and Egypt (p.3)
Bashar H. Malkawi

The New York Convention and U.S. Federal Courts (p.9)
Sandra Vreedenburgh

Extraditions to the United States in the Face of the Death Penalty:  A Decrease in the United States’ Global Economic Influence Lessens Opportunities to Change Extradition Policies (p.18)
Adam Courtin

Sunlight for the Wealth of Nations:  International Trade Implications in Forsaking the Unholy Trinity of Mutual Fund Governance Desecration and Administration of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (p.29)
Justin Haws Riley

Opportunity Knocks:  The Role of International Trade Arbitration in Reducing International Trade Barriers and Addressing Environmental Concerns (p.41)
Jerry Clark

Book Review:  The Power to Protect:  Trade, Health, and Uncertainty in the WTO by Catherine Button (p.51)
Leslie Leazer

Book Review:  Ecological Sensitivity and Global Legal Pluralism:  Rethinking the Trade and Environment Conflict by Oren Perez (p.53)

Allison Lindblade


Summer 2005
Vol. 14 No. 1

National Courts, Supranational Courts and Arbitral Tribunals in International Litigation (p. 3)
Anibal Sabater

Unfair Trade as Friendly Fire: The United States-Australia Free Trade Agreement (p. 18)
Benedict Sheehy

WTO's July Package and Developing Countries: Preferring Pragmatism to Ideology (p. 34)
Inaamul Haque & Majid Ali

Laughter and Tears of Developing Countries: The WTO and the Protection of International Labor Standards (p. 60)
Farkhanda Mansoor

Chester James Taylor 2005 Grand Prize Winner: Regarding Women & Children: Using International Trade Relations to Stem the Growing Tide of the Sexual Exploitation of Women and Children (p. 69)
Meril Eugene Anthes, Jr.

New Equal Treatment Directive Spurs Rise of Sex-Discrimination Suits in Europe: How Employment Regulatory Schemes Affect U.S. and European Markets (p. 82)
Jamie Myers

Book Review: Dalhuisen on International Commercial, Financial and Trade Law, Second Edition by Jan Dalhuisen (p. 96)
Jerry Clark


Winter 2005
Vol. 14 No. 2

The Wto Violations in China’s New Automobile Policy as It Seeks to Protect Its Domestic Conglomerates Through Non-Market Means (p. 3)
Chunyu Jean Wang

Franchising in China: A Current Perspective (p. 20)
Bryan W. Blades

Recent Developments and Routes for Enforcing Intellectual Property Rights in China (p. 39)
Peiyu Sun & Aaron Wininger

Chinese Retail and Wholesale Markets Open Slowly to Foreign Investors (p. 43)
Tom Tong

Byrd-Watching: Continuation of the Continued Dumping and Subsidy Offset Act (p. 45)
Joseph M. Barbato

Assessing Multilateral Vs. Bilateral Agreements and Geographic Indications Through International Food and Wine (p. 56)
Vicki Waye

International Arbitration and Enforcement in China: Historical Perspectives and Current Trends (p. 70)
Christopher Shen

Piracy in China: Identifying the Problem and Implementing Solutions (p. 84)
Frank Lin

Book Review: Trade in Services: Global Regulation and the Impact on Key Service Sectors, by Philip Raworth (p. 99)
Sucharita Jana


Summer 2006
Vol. 15 No.1

When Does the Waiver Provision in NAFTA Article 1121 Have Consequences? An Analysis of the Situation Considered, Yet Left Unresolved, in Loewen Group, Inc. V. United States (p. 3)
Carie Jones

Property Risks in International Business (p. 23)
Richard J. Hunter, Jr.

The U.S.-Section 110(5) of the Copyright Act Dispute Analysis and Forecasts for Compliance (p. 43)
Albena P. Petrova

Gazprom’s Governance and the Problems of the Russian Energy Market (p. 59)
Roman Kazmin

Yo Ho and a Bottle of Rum — The DMCA Takes on Movie Pirates (p. 70)
Joyce Boland-Devito

The European Community’s External Competence on Its Economic Relations With China: A Historical Perspective (p. 79)
Yong Jian Wang

Book Review: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the New International Norms, by Stewart H. Deming (p. 86)
Zac Duffy


Winter 2006
Vol. 15 No. 2

Fair and Equitable Treatment Under International Law: Analyzing the Interpretation of the NAFTA Article 1105.1
By NAFTA Chapter 11 Tribunals (p. 3)
Ignacio Pinto-León

A Comparative Study in the Law of the Non-Existent: Contract Invalidity in the U.S. and Russia (p. 28)
Sergey Budylin

Striking a Secure Balance: Participation of EU Member States in the US Visa Waiver Program Following 2004 Accession (p. 45)
Stuart D.P. Gilgannon

Hostile Takeovers and Hostile Defenses: A Comparative Look at U.S. Board Deference and the European Effort at Harmonization (p. 60)
Tyler Theobald

Non-Market Economy Methodology Under U.S. Anti-Dumping Laws: A Protectionist Shield From Chinese Competition (p. 81)
Kimberly A. Tracey

Trade Imperialism Versus Environmental Protectionism — An Analysis Using Interpretation of Article Xx (p. 97)
Neetika Yadav and T. Priyadarshini

2006 Chester James Taylor Award Winner: Same Laws, Different Century: The Bureau of Industry & Security’s Role
in Global Trade & National Security (p. 108)
Jordan Collins

Who We Really Are: On the Need for the United States to Adopt the European Paradigm for Identity Fraud Protection (p. 123)
Samuel H. Johnson


Summer 2007
Vol. 16 No.1

Trade Liberalization and the Potential of Sub-Saharan African States to Realize the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals by the Target Date of 2015 (p. 3)
Ben Chigara

Reforming the Korean Banking System After the IMF Era – A Proposal for a Market Driven Approach (p. 23)
Seonuk Park

Egypt’s competitive Liberalization in Services: Bilateral, Regional, and Multilateral (p. 41)
Mohamed R. Hassanien and Amos N. Jones

A Comparative Study in the Law of the Ostensible: Apparent Agency in the U.S. and Russia (p. 63)
Sergey Budylin

The Euro-American Court of Arbitration: Can It Compete in the Large Market of International Commercial Arbitration? (p. 70)
Kara Weisman

Tarnished But Still Valuable: A History and Present State of the Gold Franc (p. 82)
Kevin Kyser

The Problem of Investment Protection Under Russian Production Sharing Agreements (p. 93)
Natalie Fet


Winter 2007
Vol. 16 No.2

Why Jackson-Vanick Should Be Abandoned (p. 3)
Keith Loken

Speculation and Regulation: A Story of China’s Capital Market (p. 14)
Yuwa Wei

Surviving By “Eating Coins” or Breathing With No Carbon Dioxide: The Dynamic Balance Model to Resolve the
Potential Conflicts Between the WTO and the Kyoto Protocol (p. 28)
Tsung-Sheng Liao

Using Action in Damages to Improve Criminal Penalties Against Cartels: Comparative Analysis of Competition Law of United States and South Korea (p. 55)
Sanghyun Lee

Unfair Trade as Friendly Fire: The United States-Australia Free Trade Agreement (p. 70)
Benedict Sheehy

International Business Law and Ethics: Bribery in Context of the Americas (p. 88)
Marcia J. Staff


Summer 2008
Vol. 16 No.3

Food Fight at the WTO: Can the Precautionary Principle Reconcile Liberalization and Public Fear? (p. 3)
Sophie M. Clavier

Food Safety Under the WTO Regime (p. 12)
Gao Pengcheng

Apec: What Future Course of Action Should It Pursue? Protocol (p. 31)
Eric M. Pedersen

The CFI Microsoft Judgment and Trips Competition Flexibilities (p. 41)
Hans Henrik Lidgard and Tu Thanh Nguyen

Patent Rights in Commercial Agreements Recently Entered by the U.S.A. With Nations of the South (p. 52)
Horacio Rangel-Ortiz

Future International Trade Issues: Is Brazil the Solution to World Energy Shortages Through Ethanol Trade? (p. 62)
Joe A. Flores

Chester James Taylor 2007 Writing Award Winner: Protecting Andean Traditional Knowledge and Biodiversity Perspectives Under the U.S. - Peru Trade Promotion Agreement. (p. 76)
Rafael Boza

Terrorism and Trade: Much Ado About Nothing (p. 94)
Colin S. Sherrod