41 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. [i] (2012-2013)

handle is hein.journals/gjicl41 and id is 1 raw text is: GEORGIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW

VOLUME41                   2012                   NUMBER I
TABLE OF CONTENTS
ARTICLES
THE SUPERIOR ORDERS DEFENSE: A PRINCIPLE-AGENT ANALYSIS
Ziv Bohrer..................................................... 1
THEORIES OF STATE COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL LAW: ASSESSING
THE AFRICAN UNION'S ABILITY TO ENSURE STATE COMPLIANCE WITH THE
AFRICAN CHARTER AND CONSTITUTIVE ACT
Stacy-Ann Elvy.............................................. 75
LAW'S AUTHORIZATIONS AND RULE OF LAW IDEALS: LESSONS FROM
RUSSIA
David M  Woodruff . .......................................... 157
NOTES
DEATH BY BIRDSONG: HAS TWITTER SEALED THE COFFIN ON BRITAIN'S
PRIVACY INJUNCTION?
Christopher Ryan Campbell  .................................... 187
LET THEM EAT CARBON: THE END OF THE KYOTO PROTOCOL
Aiten Musaeva McPherson  ............................ ............. 219
BREAKING NAFTA's HABITS: THE PACIFIC RIM DISPUTE AND THE
ONGOING CHALLENGE OF FOSTERING ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION IN THE
AGE OF FREE TRADE
Daniel John Monahan   ................................ ........ 251
ADMINISTRATIVE DEFERENCE TO LIBERALIZING AND MAINTAINING FREE
TRADE: AN ARGUMENT FOR ALLOWING THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
TO BESTOW RETROACTIVELY CALCULATED REMEDIES UPON IMPORTERS
UNDER SECTION 129(C)(1) OF THE URUGUAY ROUND AGREEMENTS ACT
Daniel John Olds ................................ ........... 277

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