27 B.U. Int'l L.J. [i] (2009)

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INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Governance and Accountability: The
Regional Development Banks
Affirmatively Denied: The Detrimental
Effects of a Reduced Grant Rate for
Affirmative Asylum Seekers
Law, Politics, and the Conception of the
State in State Recognition Theory
NOTES
Guilty of Murder with Extenuating
Circumstances: Transparency and the
Mandatory Death Penalty in Botswana
Bosnia v. Serbia and The Status of Rape
as Genocide Under International Law

Enrique R. Carrasco,
Wesley Carrington &
HeeJin Lee
Rachel D. Settlage
William Thomas Worster

Andrew Novak
Anthony Marino

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views of the Boston University International Law Journal, the Boston University School of Law
or the Trustees of Boston University.

VOLUME 27

SPRING 2009

NUMBER 1

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