29 Hous. J. Int'l L. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/hujil29 and id is 1 raw text is: HOUSTON JOURNAL
OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW

VOLUME 29            FALL 2006           NUMBER 1
ARTICLES
THE FLOODGATES ARE NOT GOING TO OPEN, BUT WILL THE
U.S. BORDER?
H elen  P. Grant ............................................ 1
THE IRANIAN NUCLEAR THREAT: ISRAEL'S OPTIONS UNDER
INTERNATIONAL LAW
Benjamin M. Greenblum  ......................... 55
INCENTIVIZING AND PROTECTING INFORMANTS PRIOR TO
MASS ATROCITIES SUCH As GENOCIDE: AN ALTERNATIVE TO
POST HOC COURTS AND TRIBUNALS
Eric  Talbot Jensen  ..................................... 113
COMMENTS
OLYMPIC IDEAL DEMOLISHED: How FORCED EVICTIONS IN
CHINA RELATED TO THE 2008 OLYMPIC GAMES ARE
VIOLATING INTERNATIONAL LAW
M artha  M . Hopkins .................................. 155
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS: INDIA VALUES THEIR COMPULSORY
LICENSING  PROVISION-SHOULD  THE  UNITED   STATES
FOLLOW IN INDIA'S FOOTSTEPS?
Katharine  W. Sands ................................... 191
To OFFSHORE OR NOT TO OFFSHORE: WHICH NATIONS WILL
WIN A DISPROPORTIONATE SHARE OF THE ECONOMIC VALUE
GENERATED FROM THE GLOBALIZATION OF WHITE-COLLAR
JOBS?
Colleen  Walsh  Schultz ............................... 231

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