16 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. [i] (2009)

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                   Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
                       Volume 16  Issue 1 Winter 2009


Symposium: Operationalizing Global Governance
Indiana University Maurer School of Law - Bloomington
Bloomington, Indiana, March 19-21, 2008

Introduction-Operationalizing Global Governance                            1
Hannah L. Buxbaum

Emerging Global Environmental Governance                                   7
N. Brian Winchester

The Momentous Gravity of the State of Things Now Obtaining:
Annoying Westphalian Objections to the Idea of                            25
Global Governance
Timothy William Waters
Deliberative Democracy in Severely Fractured Societies                    59
Adeno Addis
Theocratic Constitutionalism:
An Introduction to a New Global Legal Ordering                            85
Larry Catd Backer

An Essay on the Emergence of Constitutional Courts:
The Cases of Mexico and Colombia                                         173
Miguel Schor

Pain, Gain, or Shame: The Evolution of Environmental
Law and the Role of Multinational Corporations                           195
Michael Ewing-Chow and Darryl Soh
Integration of Corporate Social Responsibility
Through International Voluntary Initiatives                              223
Tim Baines
Navigating the Turbulent Waters Connecting the World Trade
Organization and Corporate Social Responsibility                         249
Gustavo Ferreira Ribeiro
Civil Society and Disability Rights in Post-Soviet Ukraine:
NGOs and Prospects for Change                                            275
Sarah D. Phillips

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