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Volume 27, Issue 1 (2013)

Foreword

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

Marcelo Dias Varella, Central Aspects of the Debate on the Complexity of International Law

Edward L. Carter, Argentina’s Right to Be Forgotten

ARTICLES

Stacy-Ann Elvy, Towards a New Democratic Africa: The African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance

Yasmine Ergas, Babies Without Borders: Human Rights, Human Dignity, and the Regulation of International Commercial Surrogacy

Nobuo Hayashi, Contextualizing Military Necessity

Won Kidane, Procedural Due Process in the Expulsion of Aliens Under International, United States, and European Union Law: A Comparative Analysis

Joel Slawotsky, Ignoble Treatment: The Tax Increase on Noble Energy’s Interests in the Massive Israeli Gas Strikes

COMMENTS

Bethanie Barnes, A Critique of the U.S.–Russian Adoption Process and Three Recommendations for the U.S.–Russian Bilateral Adoption Agreement

Kedar S. Bhatia, Reconsidering the Purely Jurisdictional View of the Alien Tort Statute

Melissa Curvino, Church-State Cooperation Does Not Violate a Guarantee of Religious Freedom: A Study of the 1978 Spanish Constitution and 1979 Concordat with the Catholic Church

Courtney Ginn, Ensuring the Effective Prosecution of Sexually Violent Crimes in the Bosnian War Crimes Chamber: Applying Lessons from the ICTY

John Odle, Targeted Killings in Yemen and Somalia: Can the United States Target Low-Level Terrorists?

Alan Payne, Redefining “Atheism” in America: What the United States Could Learn from Europe’s Protection of Atheists