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13 ILSA Quart. 1 (2004-2005)

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Judicial Clerkships: Two Interns Share their
Sonia Boutillion, International Court of Justice                        p. 3
Sheila Varadan, International Criminal Tribunal for the
Former Yugoslavia                                                 p. 4
Legitimizing Humanitarian Intervention through
International Law Breaches Invoking Erga
Omnes Obligations
Wojciech Z. Komacki                                                     p. 8
Investment Arbitration A La Mexicaine
Francisco Gonzalez de Cossio                                            p. 15
Reflections on the Causes of Conflict in Africa
Steve Odero Ouma                                                        p. 25
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ILSA Quarterly
Volume 13, Issue 1
Kate Exo, Editor

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