25 B.U. Int'l L.J. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/builj25 and id is 1 raw text is: BOSTON UNIVERSITY
INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Spinning Sosa: Federal Common Law.
The Alien Tort Statute, and Judicial
Restraint
The Origins of the Protection of
Literary Authorship in Ancient Rome
Realism and Transnationalism:
Competing Visions for International
Security

Pamela J. Stephens

Katharina de la Ditrantave

Nathan A. Canestaro

NOTE

Using Internet Borders to Coerce
or Punish: The DPRK as an Example
of the Potential Utility of Internet
Sanctions

Benjamin Brockman-Hawe       163

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Publication of signed contributions from any source does not neces.sarily represent or reflect the
views of the Boston University International Law Journal, the Boston Ux ersit School of Law
or the Trustees of Boston University.

VOLUME 25

NUMBER 1

SPRING 2007

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