30 B.U. Int'l L.J. [i] (2012)

handle is hein.journals/builj30 and id is 1 raw text is: BOSTON UNIVERSITY
INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Searching for the Key in the Wrong
Place: Why Common Sense Credibility
Rules Consistently Harm Refugees
Quo Vadis WTO? The Threat of TRIPS
and the Biodiversity Convention to
Human Health and Food Security
Constitutions Beyond Borders: The
Overlooked Practical Aspects of the
Extraterritorial Question
NOTES
Scales of Justice: Assessing Italian
Criminal Procedure Through the Amanda
Knox Trial
Simulating Pharmaceutical Markets in the
Developing World: The Problems With
Pull Funding Mechanisms
Who's Running This Place? A
Comparative Look at the Political
Appointment System in the United States
and Britain, and What the United States
Can Learn

James P. Eyster
Kojo Yelpaala
Galia Rivlin

Julia Grace Mirabella

Evan Wisser
Mark Eisen

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VOLUME 30

SPRING 2012

NUMBER 1

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