1997 Austl. Int'l L.J. [i] (1997)

handle is hein.journals/austintlj14 and id is 1 raw text is: AUSTRALIAN                     INTERNATIONAL
LAW JOURNAL
1997
RIGHTS, VALUES AND LEGAL INSTITUTIONS:
RESHAPING AUSTRALIA'S INSTITUTIONS
A NEGLECTED TRANSNATIONAL RELATIONSHIP:
A PLAN OF ACTION FOR AUSTRALIA
THE THEORY AND INTERPRETATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS
IN AUSTRALIA AND GERMANY
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW: A LEGITIMATE INFLUENCE
OR CONSTRAINT ON SOVEREIGN JURISDICTION
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN
INTERNATIONAL AND AUSTRALIAN LAW
TOWARDS A GLOBAL JUDGMENTS CONVENTION:
THE PROPOSED NEW HAGUE CONVENTION
THE UNIDROIT PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL LAW
AND THE EVOLUTION OF TRANSNATIONAL TRADE LAW
LEATHER CAR SEATS, SALMON AND APPLES:
AUSTRALIA AND THE WTO DISPUTE RESOLUTION PROCESS
COPYRIGHT: THE UNFURLING OF AN INTERNATIONAL STANDARD
IN THE DIGITAL FRONTIER
THE BORDERS OF A FUTURE INDEPENDENT QUEBEC:
DOES THE PRINCIPLE OF UTI POSSIDETIS JURIS APPLY?
INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
IRAN v UNITED STATES
HUNGARY v SLOVAKIA

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