Denver Journal of International Law and Policy

Periodical covering law and political science.

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 1, Winter

Acknowledging Our International Criminals: Henry Kissinger and East Timor
[T]he odds against bringing human rights abusers to justice remain astonishingly high. Indeed, the absence of effective means of sanctioning abuses reveals a tragic anomaly of the post-World War H era. On the one hand, the nations of the world, all...
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Dual-Use Free Trade Agreements: The Contemporary Alternative to High-Tech Export Controls
I. INTRODUCTION In the modern global economy, U.S. export controls crafted during the height of the Cold War (1) are failing to forestall the transfer of advanced dual-use technology (2) to potential adversaries: China secured the necessary equipment...
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Immigration Legislation Pursuant to Threats to US National Security
This article will examine the United States' immigration legislation in the face of threats to national security. Throughout history foreign enemies have threatened the "American way of life," from the Germans in World War I, to the spread of Communism,...
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NGO's with an Attitude and Bayonets: A Consideration of Transnational Criminal Organizations
RENSSELER LEE ET AL., TRANSNATIONAL CRIME IN THE AMERICAS: AN INTER-AMERICAN DIALOGUE BOOK, Edited by Tom Farer, Routledge, New York (1999). JEFFREY ROBINSON, THE MERGER: THE CONGLOMERATION OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME, Overlook Press, New York...
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Whistleblowing in a Foreign Key: The Consistency of Ethics Regulation under Sarbanes-Oxley with the WTO GATS Provisions
INTRODUCTION Over the past two years, the United States has been hit hard by a number of scandals involving public companies, including mismanagement and ethical violations by company management and lawyers alike. Certain company names are now synonymous...
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