13 Or. Rev. Int'l L. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/porril13 and id is 1 raw text is: OREGON REVIEW OF
INTERNATIONAL LAW
VOLUME 13  NUMBER 1                               2011
ARTICLES
Transitional Justice: Toward a Differentiated Theory
Thomas Obel Hansen
Modeling the American Lawyer Regulation System
James E. Moliterno                                            55
A Hidden Compromise: Qualified Immunity in Suits Against Foreign
Governmental Officials
John Balzano                                                  81
Show Me the Money, Part II: The Application of the Asset Forfeiture
Provisions of the U.S. Arms Export Control Act and the RICO Act
and Suggestions for the Future
Jorene Soto                                                   151
COMMENT
Resigned to Failure or Committed to a Just Cause of Justice? The
Matthew Hoh Resignation, Our Current Politico-Military Strategy in
Afghanistan, and Lessons Learned from the Panama Intervention of
Twenty Years Ago
Kevin H. Govern                                               171
NOTE
Equality and Abortion in Post-Apartheid South Africa: Inspiration for
Choice Advocates in the United States
Laurel Grelewicz                                              189

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