1. NATO at Sixty: America Between Law and War
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  1. Germany’s Basic Law and the Use of Force
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  1. Two Concluding Remarks
  2. Elisabeth Zoller
  3. pp. 207-209
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  1. Recent Developments in Stem Cell Research: Social, Ethical, and Legal Issues for the Future
  2. Loane Skene
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  1. Trading Debts Across Borders: A European Solution?
  2. Richard Fentiman
  3. pp. 245-271
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  1. Love Thy Neighbor: The Tampere Convention as Global Legislation
  2. Allison Rahrig
  3. pp. 273-288
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  1. Women’s Employment Rights in China: Creating Harmony for Women in the Workforce
  2. Jamie Burnett
  3. pp. 289-318
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  1. It’s a Pirate’s Life for Some: The Development of an Illegal Industry in Response to an Unjust Global Power Dynamic
  2. Elliot A. Anderson
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  1. The Need for a Global Amateurism Standard: International Student-Athlete Issues and Controversies
  2. Erin Abbey-Pinegar
  3. pp. 341-365
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  1. Who’s Responsible for This?: The Globalization of Healthcare in Developing Countries
  2. Joshua P. Reading
  3. pp. 367-387
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  1. Seeking Civilian Control: Rule of Law, Democracy, and Civil-Military Relations in Zimbabwe
  2. Jeremiah I. Williamson
  3. pp. 389-411
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  1. A Review of Making People Illegal: What Globalization Means for Migration and Law by Catherine Dauvergne
  2. Andy Williams
  3. pp. 413-420
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  1. Introduction: Transatlantic Perspectives on Law, Security and Power: A German/American Dialogue on NATO’s 60th Anniversary
  2. pp. 183-185
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