1. Globalization: The Next 25 Years
  2. Alfred C. Aman Jr.
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  1. Reflections on the Future of Global Legal Studies
  2. Mark Fathi Massoud
  3. pp. 569-581
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  1. Is High-Finance an Extractive Sector?
  2. Saskia Sassen
  3. pp. 583-593
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  1. Three Theses on the Current Crisis of International Liberalism
  2. David Singh Grewal
  3. pp. 595-621
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  1. Martin, Ghana, and Global Legal Studies
  2. H. Timothy Lovelace Jr.
  3. pp. 623-637
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  1. Lawyers in Africa: Brokers of the State, Intermediaries of Globalization: A Case Study of the "Africa" Bar in Paris
  2. Sara Dezalay
  3. pp. 639-669
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  1. The Rome Statute: Global Justice and the Asymmetries of Recognition
  2. Hans Lindahl
  3. pp. 671-699
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  1. The Global Person: Pig-Human Embryos, Personhood, and Precision Medicine
  2. Yvonne Cripps
  3. pp. 701-727
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  1. Rivals in Arms: Sino-U.S. Cooperation, Problems, and Solutions and Their Impact on the International UAV Industry
  2. Bei-Er Cheok
  3. pp. 729-754
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  1. How to Improve the Debt Ceiling to Fit a Partisan Government: A Global Examination of Which International Solutions Excel
  2. Sarah Love
  3. pp. 775-796
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  1. America's Past-time and the Art of Diplomacy
  2. Alyson St. Pierre
  3. pp. 797-816
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  1. The Inevitable United States Adoption of IFRS: How and Why the United States Should Be Prepared
  2. Erika M. Tribuzi
  3. pp. 817-839
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