Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law is a magazine specializing in Law topics.

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 1, Fall

Conceptualizing Aggression
The special working group tasked by the International Criminal Court's Assembly of States Parties to define the supreme international crime, the crime of aggression, has produced a breakthrough draft definition. This paper analyzes the key concepts...
Does Gender Specificity in Constitutions Matter?
INTRODUCTION "You're a woman; why don't you write the women's rights section?" (1) With that, 22-year-old interpreter Beate Sirota Gordon, whose only experience with constitutions occurred in her high school social studies class, was entrusted...
Norm Conflict in International Law: Whither Human Rights?
INTRODUCTION Two incontestable features of modern international law--the multiplicity of its law-making processes and the ever-increasing variety of the subject-matter that it seeks to regulate--have one invariable consequence: the increasing likelihood...