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Volume 16, Issue 1, Winter 2009

Table of Contents

From: Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

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Introduction—Operationalizing Global Governance

pp. 1-5

Emerging Global Environmental Governance

pp. 7-23

"The Momentous Gravity of the State of Things Now Obtaining": Annoying Westphalian Objections to the Idea of Global Governance

pp. 25-58

Deliberative Democracy in Severely Fractured Societies

pp. 59-83

Theocratic Constitutionalism: An Introduction to a New Global Legal Ordering

pp. 85-172

An Essay on the Emergence of Constitutional Courts: The Cases of Mexico and Colombia

pp. 173-194

Pain, Gain, or Shame: The Evolution of Environmental Law and the Role of Multinational Corporations

pp. 195-222

Integration of Corporate Social Responsibility Through International Voluntary Initiatives

pp. 223-248

Navigating the Turbulent Waters Connecting the World Trade Organization and Corporate Social Responsibility

pp. 249-273

Civil Society and Disability Rights in Post-Soviet Ukraine: NGOs and Prospects for Change

pp. 275-291

"We're Very Apolitical": Examining the Role of the International Legal Assistance Expert

pp. 293-310

Representativity, Civil Society, and the EU Social Dialogue: Lessons from the International Labor Organization

pp. 311-337

A Framework for Understanding Accountability of International NGOs and Global Good Governance

pp. 339-361

Note

Privacy by Deletion: The Need for a Global Data Deletion Principle

pp. 363-384

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