33 B. C. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/bcic33 and id is 1 raw text is: BOSTON COLLEGE
INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE
LAW REVIEW
VOL. XXXIII             WINTER 2010                    No. 1
ARTICLE
WHEN DUE PROCESS CONCERNS BECOME DANGEROUS: THE
SECURITY COUNCIL'S 1267 REGIME AND THE NEED FOR REFORM
Jared  Genser &   Kate Barth  ..................................................................... 1
NOTES
HALTING URBAN SPRAWL: SMART GROWTH IN VANCOUVER AND
SEATTLE  ............................................................................................ 43
CHASING GHOSTS: PURSUING RETROACTIVE JUSTICE FOR
FRANCO-ERA CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY ....................................... 61
SANS-PAPIERS, SANS RECOURSE? CHALLENGING RECENT
IMMIGRATION  LAWS IN  FRANCE ...................................................... 87
STIMULATING THE STIMULUS: U.S. CONTROLLED SUBSIDIARIES
AN D  I.R .C . 965  .................................................................................. 107
HOW TO CUT THE CHEESE: HOMONYMOUS NAMES OF
REGISTERED GEOGRAPHIC INDICATORS OF FOODSTUFFS IN
REGULATION  510/2006  .................................................................... 129
MORAL DISHARMONY: HUMAN EMBRYONIC STEM CELL PATENT
LAWS, W ARF, AND  PUBLIC  POLICY ................................................... 153
To HAVE AND TO HOLD: THE FUTURE OF DNA RETENTION IN
THE  U NITED  KINGDOM  ..................................................................... 179
HAVING ITS YELLOWCAKE AND EATING IT Too: HOW THE NSG
WAIVER FOR INDIA THREATENS TO UNDERMINE THE NUCLEAR
NONPROLIFERATION  REGIME  ............................................................ 201

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