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47 Geo. Wash. Int'l L. Rev. [i] (2015)

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VOLUME 47


THE GEORGE

WASHINGTON

INTERNATIONAL

LAW REVIEW


TABLE OF CONTENTS

         ARTICLES


   Reconstructing International Law as
                    Common Law
Trademark Squatting and the Limits of
  the Famous Marks Doctrine in China  5
  Preferring One's Own Civilians: May
    Soldiers Endanger Enemy Civilians
    More than They Would Endanger
              Their State's Civilians?  9
    Disparity and Conflict: Envisioning
  Postnational Peace in the Shadow of
         Constitutional Expansionism  15

                            NOTES
   Dysfunctional Equivalence: Why the
       OECD Anti-Bribery Convention
  Provides Insufficient Guidance in the
    Era of Multinational Corporations  19


Suffering in Silence: The Urgent Need
     to Address El Salvador's Lack of
               Reproductive Rights


1 Fridofric G. Sourgens

7  Daniel C.K. Chow



9  Iddo Porat & Ziv Bohrer


9  Ming-Sung Kuo


I  Meg Beasley


233 Johanna Zacarias


                BOOK NOTE
Regionalism in International
           Investment Law 263


Copyright © 2015 by The George Washington University


NUMBER 1


2015

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