Texas International Law Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 50, No. 4, 2016

A New Era for Energy in Mexico? the 2013-14 Energy Reform
TABLE OF CONTENTSABSTRACT.......................................................................................................................603INTRODUCTION: MEXICO'S "SIGNATURE ISSUE".......................................................6051. END...
Civil Remedies for Uncivil Wrongs: Combatting Terrorism through Transnational Public Law Litigation
SUMMARYI. INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................662II. THE FIRST DEBATE: AVAILABILITY AND OBSTACLES................666A. What Civil Remedies are Available Against Terrorism?.........................666B....
Financial Complicity: Lending to States Engaged in Gross Human Rights Violations
Human Rights CouncilTwenty-eighth sessionAgenda item 3Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to developmentReport of the Independent Expert on the effects of foreign debt...
Foreign Economic Assistance and Respect for Civil and Political Rights: Chile-A Case Study *
I. INTRODUCTIONThe question of whether foreign economic assistance to states grossly disregarding human rights has an impact on the enjoyment of civil and political rights in those states is undoubtedly very complex. The nexus between economic assistance...
Introduction: Celebrating 50 Years
For fifty years, the Texas International Law Journal has been a leader in international legal scholarship. International law's importance increases each day as our world becomes increasingly interdependent and integrated. Globalization over this period...
Introduction: Compelling Questions, for Decades
The fundamental questions on human rights and finance raised by Antonio Cassese in this Article, originally published in 1979 by the Texas International Law Journal, embodied issues with dramatic implications at that time: Did the foreign economic assistance...
Introduction: Setting the Agenda for Thirty Years of U.S. Foreign Relations Law
In Civil Remedies for Uncivil Wrongs: Combating Terrorism through Transnational Public Law Litigation, Harold Hongju Koh first articulates his agendasetting approach to the role of domestic courts in the development and enforcement of international law....
Introduction to Some Trends and Developments in the Laws and Practice of International Commercial Arbitration
Although forms of arbitration have existed for hundreds (or thousands) of years, the modern era can generally be divided into two phases: The developmental period from WWII to approximately 1995 and the growth period since then. In W. Laurence Craig's...
Some Trends and Developments in the Laws and Practice of International Commercial Arbitration
SummaryI. Historical Milestones 700A. Normalcy of International Commercial Arbitration 700B. Arbitration as a Self-Contained Process 703C. Conventions for the Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards 707D. The Search for Acceptable Arbitral Fora...
Targeted Sanctions: Resolving the International Due Process Dilemma
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION ......... 551I. UN LISTING AND THE DUE PROCESS DILEMMA ......... 556II. THE FAILED FIXES ......... 557III. INEVITABILITY OF THE DUE PROCESS DILEMMA ......... 566IV. THE CHALLENGE OF NATIONAL AND REGIONAL LITIGATION ............
Thank You Fidel!: Or How the International Law Society and the Texas International Law Journal Were Born
The Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962 was the catalyst that transmuted my course in international law into the University of Texas International Law Society.From that Society sprang the Journal of the University of Texas International Law Society....
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