Texas International Law Journal

Texas International Law Journal is an academic journal focusing on Texas International Law

Articles from Vol. 45, No. 3, Spring

How Property Rights Are Affected by the Texas-Mexico Border Fence: A Failure Due to Insufficient Procedure
AbstractThe project pursued in this paper is a normative and positive discussion of the procedural failings of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in acquiring property for construction of the Texas-Mexico border fence. The factual situation is...
It's Time to Leave the Troubles Behind: Northern Ireland Must Try Paramilitary Suspects by Jury Rather Than in Diplock-Type Courts
I. INTRODUCTIONSevere civil strife, known as the Troubles, has plagued Northern Ireland throughout its history and continues to be a problem today. In certain cases between 1973 and 2007, terrorism suspects were tried in controversial Diplock courts...
Leveraging Asylum
I. INTRODUCTIONUntil the mid-1980s, only refugees could invoke international law to resist removal to a dangerous country of origin. The evolution in international law since that time has been both fast-paced and profound.This is most clearly true under...
Personal Jurisdiction over Non-Resident Class Members: Have We Gone Down the Wrong Road?
"It has not been easy to reconcile contemporary class-action practice with traditional adversary procedure. "'I. INTRODUCTIONWith class action regimes in Canada in their infancy, at least in relation to those in the United States, Canadian courts are...
Promoting Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research: A Comparison of Policies in the United States and the United Kingdom and Factors Encouraging Advancement
AbstractHuman embryonic stem cell (hESC) research has been touted for over a decade due to its potential to provide great improvements in healthcare, including finding cures for millions of people with debilitating and degenerative diseases. However,...
The Demise of Development in the Doha Round Negotiations
AbstractThis article provides a concise history of the Doha Round negotiation, analyzes its deadlock, and offers some suggestions for a successful Doha deal and for developing countries. The article observes that the nearly decade-long negotiation stalemate...
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