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  1. Normative Creativity and Global Legal Pluralism: Reflections on the Democratic Critique of Transnational Law
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  1. Mitigating Human Rights Risks Under State-Financed and Privatized Infrastructure Projects
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  1. A Critical Methodology of Globalization: Politics of the 21st Century?
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  1. Lessons from Stockholm: Evaluating the Global Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants
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  1. Changing Identities and Changing Law: Possibilities for a Global Legal Culture
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  1. From Reluctant Champion to Development Ringmaster: Managing the Expanding Mission of the World Bank
  2. Jane Rueger
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  1. Prescriptive Jurisdiction over Internet Activity: The Need to Define and Establish the Boundaries of Cyberliberty
  2. Samuel F. Miller
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  1. Reconciling Human Rights and Sovereignty: A Framework for Global Property Law
  2. Christopher Saporita
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