45 Ga. J. Int'l & Comp. L. [i] (2016-2017)

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GEORGIA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW


VOLUME45                     2016                    NUMBER 1

                      TABLE OF CONTENTS


ARTICLES

PUTTING FAITH IN EUROPE: SHOULD THE U.S. SUPREME COURT LEARN
FROM THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS?
  A ntony  B arone  K olenc  ........................................................................................  I

ADOPTION IN CHINA: PAST, PRESENT AND YET TO COME
  M argaret Ryznar ................................................................................................  27

How DID THEY BECOME LAW?: A JURISPRUDENTIAL INQUIRY ABOUT THE
OUTCOME PRINCIPLES OF HISTORIC UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENTAL
CONFERENCES
  W oong  Kyu  Sung  ................................................................................................  53


NOTES

HOLDING SUPPORTERS OF TERRORISM ACCOUNTABLE: THE EXERCISE OF
GENERAL JURISDICTION OVER THE PA AND PLO IN A POST-DAIMLER
FRAMEWORK
  M ark  D . Christopher ..........................................................................................  99

No MATTER WHO DRAWS THE LINES: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE
UTILITY OF INDEPENDENT REDISTRICTING COMMISSIONS IN FIRST-PAST-
THE-POST DEMOCRACIES
K atherine  L. Ekstrand  .........................................................................................  135

KILLING A CULTURE: THE INTENTIONAL DESTRUCTION OF CULTURAL
HERITAGE IN IRAQ AND SYRIA UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW
  C aitlin  V   H ill ......................................................................................................  19 1

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