25 Conn. J. Int'l L. [i] (2009-2010)

handle is hein.journals/conjil25 and id is 1 raw text is: CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOLUME 25       FALL 2009       NUMBER 1

CONTENTS
ARTICLE

A New Role for the WTO in
International Investment Law: Public
Interest in the Post-Neoliberal Period

David Collins

SYMPOSIUM
The Commodification of Human Beings: Exploring the Reality and Future of
Modern Day Slavery

Keynote Address
A Blight on the Nation: Slavery in
Today's America
Symposium Articles
The European Union's Struggle to
Realize a Human Rights-Based
Approach to Trafficking in Human
Beings
Who is a Child? The Legal Conundrum
of Child Soldiers
Book Review
The Slave Next Door: Human
Trafficking and Slavery in America
Today

Authorial Response
Response to Samuel Martinez's Review
of The Slave Next Door
NOTES & COMMENTS

The European Court of Human Rights:
The Problematic Nature of the Court's
Reliance on Secondary Sources for
Fact-Finding
ImprevedibilitA!: An Analysis of Italy's
Failure to Create or Maintain a Stable
and Efficient Insolvency System
The Central American Court of Justice:
Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow?

Ron Soodalter
Conny Rijken
Eefie de Voider
David M Rosen
Samuel Martinez

Kevin Bales
Ron Soodalter

Katayoun C. Sadeghi
Brian McCarthy

Sasha Maldonado Jordison   183

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