53 Int'l & Comp. L.Q. [i] (2004)

handle is hein.journals/incolq53 and id is 1 raw text is: International and
Comparative Law Quarterly
Volume 53               January 2004                     Part 1
ARTICLES
GUANTANAMO BAY: THE LEGAL BLACK HOLE          Johan Steyn     1
PUBLIC PROCUREMENT: AN APPRAISAL OF THE UNCITRAL
MODEL LAW AS A GLOBAL STANDARD          Sue Arrowsmith    17
REFUGEE LAW AT SEA                         Richard Barnes   47
PENALTY CLAUSES IN ENGLAND AND FRANCE-A COMPARATIVE
STUDY                                    Lucinda Miller   79
SUBSIDIARY PROTECTION AND PRIMARY RIGHTS
Ryszard Piotrowicz and Carina van Eck  107
THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROTECTION AGAINST DISCRIMINATION IN
BOTSWANA                        Charles Manga Fombad     139
SHORTER ARTICLES, COMMENTS, AND NOTES
ILLEGAL SOUTHERN OCEAN FISHING AND PROMPT RELEASE:
BALANCING COASTAL AND FLAG STATE RIGHTS AND INTERESTS
Donald R Rothwell and Tim Stephens  171
WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE: OBLIGATIONS TO THE INTERNATIONAL
COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE?                      Roger O'Keefe  189
CONSENT PRECLUDING STATE RESPONSIBILITY: A CRITICAL ANALYSIS
Ademola Abass  211
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS:
PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW
I. THE CAMBODIAN EXTRAORDINARY CHAMBERS-
A DANGEROUS PRECEDENT FOR INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE?
Rachel Williams  227
BOOK REVIEWS
ALEXY, ROBERT (Translated by Julian Rivers) A Theory of Constitutional Rights
(Lorenzo Zucca)                                           247
ARTS, K Integrating Human Rights into Development Cooperation: The Case of
the Lomj Convention (Fiona Beveridge)                     248
BAGHERI, MAHMOOD International Contracts and National Economic

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