29 B.U. Int'l L.J. [i] (2011)

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INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Restoring Global Aviation's Cosmopolitan
Mentalitd
New Squeeze-out Devices as a Part of
Corporate Law Reform in Korea: What Type
of Device is Required for a Developing
Economy?
States' Positive Obligations with Respect to
Human Trafficking: The European Court of
Human Rights Breaks New Ground in
Rantsev v. Cyprus and Russia
NOTES
Gimme Shelter: The Necessary Element of
GATT Article XX in the Context of the
China-Audiovisual Products Case
Everything in Moderation: Why Any Gender
Nexus Under U.S. Asylum Law Must be
Strictly Limited in Scope

Brian F. Havel &
Gabriel S. Sanchez
Hyeok-Joon Rho
Roza Pati

Christopher Doyle

Lisa C. Chan

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VOLUME 29

SPRING 2011

NUMBER 1

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