25 Minn. J. Int'l L. [i] (2016)

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MINNESOTA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW

Winter 2016                         Volume 25                       Issue 1


CONTENTS

ESSAYS

Why Ratification of the U.N. Convention of the Law of the Sea May Violate Article III of the
U.S. Constitution
Julian G. Ku .................................................................. 1

ARTICLES

Snoozing Democracy: Sunset Clauses, De-Juridification, and Emergencies
Antonios Kouroutakis, Sofia  RanchordAs ......................................... 29

Hurting More than Helping: How the Marshall Islands' Seeming Bravery Against Major
Powers Only Stands to Maim the Legitimacy of the World Court
K atherine  M addox  D avis ...................................................... 79

Agreeing to Disagree: The Primacy Debate Between the German Federal Constitutional
Court and the European Court of Justice
John H enry  Dingfelder  Stone .............. ................................... 127

NOTES

Steering for More Trouble? Could the Ruling in United States v. American Express Co. Lead
to Further Antitrust Enforcement Actions in Europe?
M ichael Srodoski ............................................................ 167

Setting Norms: Protections for Surrogates in International Commercial Surrogacy
Xinran Cara Tang ........................................................... 193

The Right of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Enrich Uranium
K am yar  Ghorbanebrahim i .................................................... 217

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