INTERNATIONAL LAW

All Is Not Fair in War: The Need for a Permanent War Crimes Tribunal…..44:575

Application of United States Patent and Trade Laws to Unauthorized Overseas Use of a Patented Plant Variety…..38:605

The Compact Model in International Criminal Justice: The Special Court of Sierra Leone…..57:11

Constitutional Developments in Afghanistan: A Comparative and Historical Perspective…..53:943

Constitutionalism, Authoritarianism, and Imperialism in Iraq…..53:923

Correcting Miscarriages of Justice: The Role of Criminal Cases Review Commission…..52:657

Entering the Chinese Legal Market: A Guide for American Lawyers Interested in Practicing Law in China…..48:173

The Export of Iowa Products and the U.N. Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods…..29:689

From Nuremburg to Kosovo—Two Iowa Judges Step Outside Their Jurisdiction to Promote International Law…..55:259

Guantánamo, Rasul, and the Twilight of Law…..53:897

How Security Threat Discourse Can Precipitate a Press Clause Death Spiral…..63:1

Observing the Separation of Powers: The President’s War Power Necessarily Remains “the Power to Wage War Successfully”…..53:851

Paralying Prisoner Protections: A Look at the International Law and Supreme Court Decisions That Should Be Governing Our Treatment of Guantánamo Detainees…..54:679

Political Downsizing: The Re-Emergence of Self-Determination and the Movement Toward Smaller, Ethnically Homogenous States…..47:209

Terrorism Coverage and the United States Insurance Industry: An International Inquiry in Search of a Long-Term Solution…..53:545

The Religion Clauses and Freedom of Speech in Australia and the United States: Incidental Restrictions and Generally Applicable Laws…..46:53

The Structure, Operation, and Impact of Wrongful Conviction Inquiries: The Sophonow Inquiry as an Example of the Canadian Experience…..52:677

The Transition Between Suspension of Deportation and Cancellation of Removal for Nonpermanent Residents Under the Immigration and Nationality Act: The Impact of the 1996 Reform Legislation…..48:79

“We Forget About the Ditches”: Russian Constitutional Impatience and the Challenge on Terrorism…..53:963

Where Hamdi Meets Moussaoui in the War on Terror…..53:839

Who Controls International Trade? Congressional Delegation of the Foreign Commerce Power…..47:141