11 Or. Rev. Int'l L. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/porril11 and id is 1 raw text is: OREGON REVIEW OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW

VOLUME 11               NUMBER 1 *               2009
ARTICLES
Reclaiming Indian Civil Rights: The Application of
International Human Rights Law to Tribal Disenrollment Actions
Greg Rubio                                                   1
Law and Policy Issues on Sexual Harassment in China:
Comparative Perspectives
D. K. Srivastava and Minkang Gu                             43
The WTO System of Trade Governance: The Stale NGO Debate
and the Appropriate Role for Non-state Actors
Seema Sapra                                                 71
DEBATE: The Future of Immigration Reform                   109
Advocating for Control with Compassion: The Impacts of Raids
and Deportations on Children and Families
Marcela Mendoza and Edward M. Olivos                       111
Introduction to the Ethics of Illegality
Jose Jorge Mendoza                                         123
The Future of Immigration Reform
Most Reverend Jaime Soto                                   129
COMMENT
The Liberty Rights of Resident Aliens: You Can't Always Get
What You Want, But if You Try Sometimes, You Might Find,
You Get What You Need
Robert T. Senh                                             137
NOTES
In Search of Accountability: Attributing the Conduct of
Private Security Contractors to the United States
Under the Doctrine of State Responsibility
Amanda Tarzwell                                            179
Why Cutting Down Trees Is Part of the Problem, but
Planting Trees Isn't Always Part of the Solution: How
Conceptualizing Forests as Sinks Can Work Against Kyoto
Geoffrey J Aguirre                                         205

UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SCHOOL OF LAW

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