Volume 21



 

Volume 21, Issue 1 (2007)

THE FOUNDATIONS AND FRONTIERS OF RELIGIOUS LIBERTY SYMPOSIUM

John Witte, Jr., Introduction: The Foundations and Frontiers of Religious Liberty

Peter Cumper, The United Kingdom and the U.N. Declaration on the Elimination of Intolerance and Discrimination Based on Religion or Belief

G.F. Whyte, The Frontiers of Religious Liberty: A Commonwealth Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the U.N. Declaration on Religious Tolerance - Ireland

Johan D. van der Vyver, The Contours of Religious Liberty in South Africa

Iain T. Benson, The Freedom of Conscience and Religion in Canada: Challenges and Opportunities

Reid Mortensen, The Unfinished Experiment: A Report on Religious Freedom in Australia

Rex J. Ahdar, Religious Liberty in a Temperate Zone: A Report From New Zealand

Natan Lerner, Religious Liberty in the State of Israel

COMMENTS

Smita Aiyar, International Child Abductions Involving Non-Hague Convention States: The Need For a Uniform Approach

Nicole B. Herther-Spiro, Can Ethnic Federalism Prevent "Recourse to Rebellion?" A Comparative Analysis of the Ethiopian and Iraqi Constitutional Structures

Molly S. Marx, Whose Best Interests Does It Really Serve? A Critical Examination of Romania's Recent Self-Serving International Adoption Policies

Daniel M. Singerman, It's Still Good To Be the King: An Argument for Maintaining the Status Quo in Foreign Head of State Immunity

 

Volume 21, Issue 2 (2007)

ARTICLES

George K. Walker, Professional' Definitions and States' Interpretative Declarations (Understandings, Statements, or Declarations) for the 1982 Law of the Sea Convention

Dmitry Maleshin, The Russian Style of Civil Procedure

Melynda J. Price, Balancing Lives: Individual Accountability and the Death Penalty as Punishment for Genocide (Lessons from Rwanda)

Eran Shamir-Borer, Revisiting Hamdan v. Rumsfeld's Analysis of the Laws of Armed Conflict

COMMENTS

Alanna Chang, South Africa: The Up Down, An Application of a Downstream Model to Enforce Positive Socio-Economic Rights

Matthew T. Nesbitt, From Oil Lamps to Cell Phones: What the Trilateral Offices Can Teach Us About Detaingling the Metaphysics of Contributory Infringement

Ellen Parker, Implementation of the UK Terrorism Act 2006—The Relationship Between Counterterrorism Law, Free Speech, and the Muslim Community in the United Kingdom versus the United States

Christopher L. Peretti, Aligning the Eighth Amendment with International Norms to Develop a Stronger Standard for Challenging the Prison Rape Epidemic

Jessica Priselac, The Requirement of State Action in Alien Tort Statute Claims: Does SOSA Matter?