29 Conn. J. Int'l L. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/conjil29 and id is 1 raw text is: CONNECTICUT JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOLUME 29        FALL 2013       NUMBER I

CONTENTS
ARTICLES

Creeping Adversarialism in
Counterterrorist States
Transformation of the Modern State:
State Sovereignty and Human Rights in
the Internet Age
Public Debt in the United States and
Germany: A Constitutional Perspective
Duty-Free Quota-Free Market Access for
LDCS: Falling Within or Outside the
GSP Downsides?
NOTES
European Court of Human Rights' Dance
with Death
To Join or Not to Join the International
Criminal Court: Arguments For and
Against American Ratification of the
Rome Statute

Erin Creegan
Clare J. Hatfield

Rob Dickinson
Markus Heintzen
Stephen Utz

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Sharmin J Tania 115

Alexander Cogbill 151

Caitlin Peruccio 181

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