The George Washington International Law Review

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Articles from Vol. 36, No. 1, 2004

A Liability and Redress Regime for Genetically Modified Organisms under the Cartagena Protocol
I. INTRODUCTIONDuring the period between 1996 and 2000, the global area of transgenic or genetically modified crops increased more than twenty-five-fold and the number of countries growing transgenic crops more than doubled, increasing from six in 1996...
An Offer of Firm Resettlement
I. INTRODUCTIONThe Attorney General lacks discretion to grant asylum to any refugee "if, prior to arrival in the United States, he or she entered into another nation with, or while in that nation received, an offer of permanent resident status, citizenship,...
Extraterritorial Enforcement of Pipeda: A Multi-Tiered Analysis
I. INTRODUCTIONIn April of 2000, the Canadian House of Commons passed Bill C-6, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA or the Act).1 The passage of PIPEDA marked a huge milestone in the development of Canadian privacy...
Historical and Comparative Perspectives on the Exceptional Severity of Sentencing in the United States
HISTORICAL AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON THE EXCEPTIONAL SEVERITY OF SENTENCING IN THE UNITED STATES Harsh Justice: Criminal Punishment and the Widening Divide Between America and Europe. James Q. Whitman. Oxford University Press, 2003. Pp. 336, $35.00...
International Humanitarian Law in the Courts of the United States: Yamashita, Filartiga, and 911
Any analysis of the role domestic courts play in the enforcement of international humanitarian law (IHL) must confront recurring and layered skepticisms: that war in the real world is not meaningfully constrained by law and that, even if it were, the...
Introductory Letter to Volume 36
Since 1966 the students running The George Washington International Law Review have invested their time and effort in publishing a high quality law review. We continue to build on this tradition of excellence as we begin the new year in 2004. The articles,...
Neither Here nor There-Countries That Are Neither Developing nor Developed in the Wto: Geographic Differentiation as Applied to Russia and the WTO
I. A PROPOSAL REGARDING WTO DEVELOPMENT POLICYThe WTO should adopt the following development policy:(1) In granting Generalized System of Preferences (GSP)-type benefits, developed countries should provide either:(a) GSP benefits to internal regions...
The Neglected Role of International Altruistic Investment in the Chinese Transition Economy
I. OVERVIEWAltruistic investment occurs when individuals make gifts and donations, and when they engage in collective activities funded by gifts and donations for the direct benefit of others, without regard to immediate personal profit in the more classic...
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