Law and Policy in International Business

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 1, Fall

A New Deal for Arms Dealers?
[T]his conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience .... We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend its grave implications .... In the councils...
A Puzzle Even the Codebreakers Have Trouble Solving: A Clash of Interests over the Electronic Encryption Standard
I. Introduction On February 9 1994, when National Institute of Standards and Technology, (NIST) announced the federal Escrowed Encryption Standard (EES),(1) the simmering debate over encryption policy in the United States bolied over. Public interest...
Resolving Property Claims in a Post-Socialist Cuba
Fundamental disputes over major issues have plagued relations between the United States and Cuba since Fidel Castro's revolutionary government took power in 1959. The U.S. government has maintained a trade embargo against Cuba since 1962(1) and will...
Sharing the Wealth: The Role for Venture Capitalists in Russia's Economic Development
I. Introduction(1) A Russian proverb states that Russia will always be a country with a bright future. Today, the country's stagnant economy,(2) its unstable politics, and its frustratingly inconsistent legal and regulatory frameworks provide serious...
Subsidiarity and Antitrust: The Enforcement of European Competition Law in the National Courts of Member States
II Introduction Three interrelated developments, emanating from three separate institutions of the European Union, have signaled a reshaping of the application of competition law within the European Union in the post-Maastricht era. Collectively, they...
The Fate of Section 337 Litigation after the Uruguay Round Agreements Act
I. INTRODUCTION Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 is a unique provision in U.S. trade law permitting the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) to investigate complaints brought by private parties in order to determine whether imported articles...
The JFCN Treaty Preemption of U.S. Anti-Discrimination Laws in Executive Positions: Analysis in International Contexts
Introduction The economic relationship between the United States and Japan has changed dramatically since World War II. In 1953, the United States ratified a bilateral treaty known as the Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Navigation with Japan (JFCN...
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