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Submissions for Vol. 25

March 17, 2015 – 3:52 PM | Comments Off

The Minnesota Journal of International Law is currently accepting submissions for Volume 25. Submissions may be sent to mjil@umn.edu or through ExpressO.

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Developing Countries and GATT/WTO Rules: Dynamic Transformations in Trade Policy Behavior and Performance

October 13, 2011 – 11:47 PM | Comments Off

 by Chiedu Osakwe*
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I. INTRODUCTION:
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE RULES-BASED MULTILATERAL  TRADING  SYSTEM
What factors explain the shift to policy reforms and liberalization  in developing  countries[1] after the 1940s “special and  differential” approach to GATT rules …

CORRUPTION, MARGINALIZATION, AND DELAY: WHAT “JUSTICE” MEANS IN CAMBODIA

May 13, 2011 – 8:07 AM | Comments Off

By: Hudson B. Kingston

In July of 2010, the Extraordinary Chambers of Cambodia (ECCC), a hybrid tribunal established to try the Khmer Rouge perpetrators of atrocities, sentenced its first defendant. Known as “Duch,” Kaing Khek Iev …

A Minnesota Judge’s Perspective on the Rule of Law in China and Kyrgyzstan

April 11, 2009 – 2:52 PM |

Justice Paul H. Anderson

18 Minn. J. Int’l L. 343 (2009)
 
 
As an appellate judge, I must start by stating the issue: explain the rule of law. More particularly, I have been asked to discuss the …