36 Brook. J. Int'l L. [i] (2010-2011)

handle is hein.journals/bjil36 and id is 1 raw text is: BROOKLYN JOURNAL
OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

VOLUME 36                    2010                   NUMBER 1
CONTENTS
ARTICLES
Colonial Cartographies, Postcolonial Borders, and Enduring Failures of
International Law: The Unending Wars Along the Afghanistan-Pakistan
Frontier
Tayyab Mahmud                                                 1
Consumer Finance and Insolvency Law in India: A Case Study
Adam Feibelman                                               75
Justifying Compensation by the International Criminal Court's Victims
Trust Fund: Lessons from Domestic Compensation Schemes
Friddric Migret, PhD                                        123
When Customary International Law Violations Arise Under the Laws of
the United States
Gwynne Skinner                                             205
NOTES
Living Discreetly: A Catch 22 in Refugee Status Determinations on the
Basis of Sexual Orientation
Venice Choi                                                241
Talkin' 'Bout a Humane Revolution: New Standards for Farming Prac-
tices and How They Could Change International Trade as We Know It
Lesley Peterson                                             265
In the Hot House: Will Canada's WTO Challenge Slaughter U.S. Cool
Regulations?
Carrie Ross                                                299
Sovereignty-Based Defenses in Antitrust Cases Against Chinese Manu-
facturers: Making Room for Diplomacy
Laura Zimmerman                                            337

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