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The Laws of War in the Pre-Dawn Light: Institutions and Obligations in Thucydides’ Peloponnesian War

Vol.43,
(2005),
pp 905-

This Essay, in honor of Oscar Schachter, discusses Thucydides’ account of the Peloponnesian War, not only...

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Universalism and Equal Sovereignty as Contested Myths of International Law in the Sino-Western Encounter

Vol.13,
No.1,
(2011),
pp 75-116

Contrary to the relevant traditional historiography, this paper argues that early modern Sino-Western conflicts were to...

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Legal Specialists and Judicial Administration in Late Imperial China, 1651-1911

(2012)

This article studies the historical origin, legal training, career patterns, professional identity and ethics, judicial...

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Export Cartels: Is it Legal to Target your Neighbour? Analysis in Light of Recent Case Law

Vol.15,
No.1,
(2012),
pp 181-222

Despite the growing sophistication of antitrust regimes around the world, export cartels benefit from special treatment...

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A Comparative Look on Foreign State Compulsion as a Defence in Antitrust Litigation

Vol.8,
No.2,
(2012),
pp 143-167

This paper presents and investigates the foreign state compulsion as a defence in transnational antitrust cases. It...

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Passion and Nation: War, Crime, and Guilt in the Individual and the Collective

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 751-

  Riffing off of George Fletcher's theory of Romanticism and war, the article reviews Fletcher's arguments...

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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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Legislation Blocking Antitrust Investigations and the September 2012 Russian Executive Order

Vol.37,
No.1,
(2014),
pp 103-120

This article offers a typology of so-called blocking legislation and analyses its development, functions and legality...

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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Legacy Establishing a Case for International Reparations

Vol.3,
No.2,
(2013),
pp 147-202

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The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions

No.Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01 AM,
(2006)

The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions   Jeffrey Addicott   Jᴜʀɪsᴛ (Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01...

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The Laws of War in the Pre-Dawn Light: Institutions and Obligations in Thucydides’ Peloponnesian War

Vol.43,
(2005),
pp 905-

This Essay, in honor of Oscar Schachter, discusses Thucydides’ account of the Peloponnesian War, not only...

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Legal Specialists and Judicial Administration in Late Imperial China, 1651-1911

(2012)

This article studies the historical origin, legal training, career patterns, professional identity and ethics, judicial...

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Universalism and Equal Sovereignty as Contested Myths of International Law in the Sino-Western Encounter

Vol.13,
No.1,
(2011),
pp 75-116

Contrary to the relevant traditional historiography, this paper argues that early modern Sino-Western conflicts were to...

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A Comparative Look on Foreign State Compulsion as a Defence in Antitrust Litigation

Vol.8,
No.2,
(2012),
pp 143-167

This paper presents and investigates the foreign state compulsion as a defence in transnational antitrust cases. It...

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5
Votes: 100
Views: 623
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Export Cartels: Is it Legal to Target your Neighbour? Analysis in Light of Recent Case Law

Vol.15,
No.1,
(2012),
pp 181-222

Despite the growing sophistication of antitrust regimes around the world, export cartels benefit from special treatment...

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5
Votes: 100
Views: 605
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Legislation Blocking Antitrust Investigations and the September 2012 Russian Executive Order

Vol.37,
No.1,
(2014),
pp 103-120

This article offers a typology of so-called blocking legislation and analyses its development, functions and legality...

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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Legacy Establishing a Case for International Reparations

Vol.3,
No.2,
(2013),
pp 147-202

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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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Passion and Nation: War, Crime, and Guilt in the Individual and the Collective

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 751-

  Riffing off of George Fletcher's theory of Romanticism and war, the article reviews Fletcher's arguments...

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Terrorism Law

Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 157-

Terrorism Law   Jeffrey F. Addicott   33 The Reporter 157 (2006).     The hard reality is that the...

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The Design and Operation of Rules of Origin in Greater Arab Free Trade Area

Vol.53.,
No.2,
(2019),
pp 243-272

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The Status of the Diplomatic Bag: A Proposed United States Position

Vol.13,
(1990),
pp 221-

The Status of the Diplomatic Bag: A Proposed United States Position   Jeffrey F. Addicott   13 Hous. J. Int...

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Terrorism Law

Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 157-

Terrorism Law   Jeffrey F. Addicott   33 The Reporter 157 (2006).     The hard reality is that the...

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Trying Saddam Hussein: Go International or Not?

No.March 2005,
(2005)

Trying Saddam Hussein: Go International or Not?   Jeffrey Addicott   Jurist (Mar. 2005).     The...

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The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions

No.Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01 AM,
(2006)

The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions   Jeffrey Addicott   Jᴜʀɪsᴛ (Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01...

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The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of My Lai: A Time to Inculcate the Lessons

Vol.39,
(1992),
pp 153-

The Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of My Lai: A Time to Inculcate the Lessons   Major Jeffrey F. Addicott & Major...

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The United States of America, Champion of the Rule of Law or the New World Order?

Vol.6,
(1990),
pp 63-

The United States of America, Champion of the Rule of Law or the New World Order?   Jeffrey F. Addicott   6...

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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Legacy Establishing a Case for International Reparations

Vol.3,
No.2,
(2013),
pp 147-202

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Legislation Blocking Antitrust Investigations and the September 2012 Russian Executive Order

Vol.37,
No.1,
(2014),
pp 103-120

This article offers a typology of so-called blocking legislation and analyses its development, functions and legality...

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5
Votes: 100
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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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The Laws of War in the Pre-Dawn Light: Institutions and Obligations in Thucydides’ Peloponnesian War

Vol.43,
(2005),
pp 905-

This Essay, in honor of Oscar Schachter, discusses Thucydides’ account of the Peloponnesian War, not only...

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Universalism and Equal Sovereignty as Contested Myths of International Law in the Sino-Western Encounter

Vol.13,
No.1,
(2011),
pp 75-116

Contrary to the relevant traditional historiography, this paper argues that early modern Sino-Western conflicts were to...

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Views: 899
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Legal Specialists and Judicial Administration in Late Imperial China, 1651-1911

(2012)

This article studies the historical origin, legal training, career patterns, professional identity and ethics, judicial...

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Passion and Nation: War, Crime, and Guilt in the Individual and the Collective

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 751-

  Riffing off of George Fletcher's theory of Romanticism and war, the article reviews Fletcher's arguments...

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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Legacy Establishing a Case for International Reparations

Vol.3,
No.2,
(2013),
pp 147-202

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The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions

No.Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01 AM,
(2006)

The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions   Jeffrey Addicott   Jᴜʀɪsᴛ (Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01...

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Trying Saddam Hussein: Go International or Not?

No.March 2005,
(2005)

Trying Saddam Hussein: Go International or Not?   Jeffrey Addicott   Jurist (Mar. 2005).     The...

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Terrorism Law

Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 157-

Terrorism Law   Jeffrey F. Addicott   33 The Reporter 157 (2006).     The hard reality is that the...

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The United States of America, Champion of the Rule of Law or the New World Order?

Vol.6,
(1990),
pp 63-

The United States of America, Champion of the Rule of Law or the New World Order?   Jeffrey F. Addicott   6...

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The Laws of War in the Pre-Dawn Light: Institutions and Obligations in Thucydides’ Peloponnesian War

Vol.43,
(2005),
pp 905-

This Essay, in honor of Oscar Schachter, discusses Thucydides’ account of the Peloponnesian War, not only...

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Views: 1,813
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Universalism and Equal Sovereignty as Contested Myths of International Law in the Sino-Western Encounter

Vol.13,
No.1,
(2011),
pp 75-116

Contrary to the relevant traditional historiography, this paper argues that early modern Sino-Western conflicts were to...

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Views: 899
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Legal Specialists and Judicial Administration in Late Imperial China, 1651-1911

(2012)

This article studies the historical origin, legal training, career patterns, professional identity and ethics, judicial...

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Views: 903
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Passion and Nation: War, Crime, and Guilt in the Individual and the Collective

Vol.78,
(2003),
pp 751-

  Riffing off of George Fletcher's theory of Romanticism and war, the article reviews Fletcher's arguments...

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Views: 441
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Trade, Empires, and Subjects: China-Africa Trade Relations - A New Fair Trade Arrangement or the Third Scramble for Africa?

(2007),
pp 1-79

  This paper examines the opportunities and pitfalls that renewed Sino-Africa trade relations presents for Africa...

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Views: 446
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The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade: A Legacy Establishing a Case for International Reparations

Vol.3,
No.2,
(2013),
pp 147-202

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The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions

No.Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01 AM,
(2006)

The UN Guantanamo Report: False Premise, Flawed Conclusions   Jeffrey Addicott   Jᴜʀɪsᴛ (Mar. 10, 2006, 8:01...

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Trying Saddam Hussein: Go International or Not?

No.March 2005,
(2005)

Trying Saddam Hussein: Go International or Not?   Jeffrey Addicott   Jurist (Mar. 2005).     The...

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Terrorism Law

Vol.33,
(2006),
pp 157-

Terrorism Law   Jeffrey F. Addicott   33 The Reporter 157 (2006).     The hard reality is that the...

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The United States of America, Champion of the Rule of Law or the New World Order?

Vol.6,
(1990),
pp 63-

The United States of America, Champion of the Rule of Law or the New World Order?   Jeffrey F. Addicott   6...

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