Duke Journal of Comparative & International Law

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

Articles from Vol. 14, No. 1, Spring

Dynamic Content: The Strategic Contingency of International Law
It is an oft-repeated maxim that international law has undergone vast change in the modern era. (1) While it is self-evident that the rhetoric and preoccupations of international lawyers have indeed transformed from the positivist utterances of nineteenth...
Interaction between Trade and Competition: Why a Multilateral Approach for the United States?
I. INTRODUCTION Competition law is no longer a strictly domestic law that deals with monopolies in internal markets only. For instance, megamergers between two foreign companies often tend to be subject to a third country's antitrust investigation....
International Law and Weapons of Mass Destruction: End of the Arms Control Approach?
I. INTRODUCTION The threat posed by weapons of mass destruction (WMD) has become one of the most important, if not the most important, issue on security and foreign policy agendas at the beginning of the twentyfirst century. Iraq's alleged pursuit...
The IMF and AGOA: A Comparative Analysis of Conditionality
INTRODUCTION The International Monetary Fund (IMF or the Fund) and the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) are fundamentally dissimilar regimes with different purposes and goals. The mission of the IMF is to monitor and stabilize the global...
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