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Volume 27 | Spring 2019, Issue No. 2

ARTICLES

The Kellogg-Briand Pact: A Reappraisal

Julie M. Bunck
Michael R. Fowler

The Basic Laws of Hong Kong and Macau as Internationally Shaped Constitutions of China and the Fall Off of “One Country, Two Systems”

Miguel Angelo Loureiro
Manero de Lemos

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Jacqueline Degann

Obligation to Negotiate Access to the Pacific Ocean (Bolivia v. Chile): Deal or No Deal?

Erica Endlein

United States v. Hoskins: An Originalist Approach to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

Libby Gerstner

TFA’s Victory: Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa and Finders Group Initiative on Behalf of TFA (a Minor) v. Republic of Cameroon: The African Children’s Commission Determines that Sexual Violence Is Gender Discrimination

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Jordan Nixon

Akhter v. Khan: One Small Step for Woman, One Moderate Leap for Womankind

Austin Pratt