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33 Hastings Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/hasint33 and id is 1 raw text is: HASTINGS INTERNATIONAL AND
COMPARATIVE LAW Review
VOL. 33                 Winter 2010               NO. 1
Table of Contents
ARTICLES
THE ENVIRONMENT AND TRADE AGREEMENTS: SHOULD THE WTO
BECOME MORE ACTIVELY INVOLVED?
By Mark S. Blodgett and Richard J. Hunter, Jr ........................... 1
The article first explores several basic arguments con-
cerning whether the World Trade Organization (WTO) should
require member states to adopt environmental standards as
major components of international trade agreements. Section
II provides a brief background on the debate surrounding en-
vironmental aspects of trade agreements and their relationship
to development. Section III discusses the benefits and prob-
lems associated with enforcing environmental standards
through the WTO. Section IV provides arguments for the in-
corporation of environmental standards in trade agreements
through the WTO.
APPROACHING VISIBLE JUSTICE: PROCEDURAL SAFEGUARDS FOR
MENTAL EXAMINATIONS IN CHINA'S CAPITAL CASES
By  Z hiyuan  G uo  ....................................................................................  21
In 2008, the Yang Jia cop-killing case became both a na-
tional sensation and received worldwide attention. The en-
suing vehement debate over Yang Jia's mental fitness and the
legitimacy of mental examinations in the case served as the in-
spiration for this Article. Part I examines procedural flaws in

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