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  Berkeley Journal of International Law
  Volume 21, Number 1, 2003
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  • ARTICLES
  • TREATY RESERVATIONS AND THE ECONOMICS OF ARTICLE 21(1) OF THE VIENNA CONVENTION
        Francesco Parisi & Catherine Sevcenko
        p.1                                                                                          +cite        
  • CONSTITUTIONAL PRECOMMITMENTS TO GENDER AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, GERMANY, CANADA, AND THE UNITED STATES: A COMPARATIVE APPROACH
        Christopher D. Totten
        p.27                                                                                        +cite        
  • CULTURAL DENIAL: WHAT SOUTH AFRICA'S TREATMENT OF WITCHCRAFT SAYS FOR THE FUTURE OF ITS CUSTOMARY LAW
        Hallie Ludsin
        p.62                                                                                        +cite        
  • THE "UNDER-THEORIZATION" OF UNIVERSAL JURISDICTION: IMPLICATIONS FOR LEGITIMACY ON TRIALS OF WAR CRIMINALS BY NATIONAL COURTS
        Anthony Sammons
        p.111                                                                                      +cite        

  • PANEL: CITIES, STATES, AND FOREIGN AFFAIRS: THE MASSACHUSETTS BURMA CASE AND BEYOND
  • CROSBY AS WAY-STATION
        Peter Spiro
        p.146                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE IMPLICATIONS OF CROSBY FOR FEDERAL EXCLUSIVITY IN FOREIGN AFFAIRS
        David M. Golove
        p.152                                                                                      +cite        
  • THE STRUCTURE AND PATHOLOGIES OF LOCAL SELECTIVE PROCUREMENT ORDINANCES: A STUDY OF THE APARTHEID-ERA SOUTH AFRICA ORDINANCES
        David D. Caron
        p.159                                                                                      +cite        
  • FROM COUNTRY-BASED TO CORPORATE-BASED CAMPAIGNS
        Naomi Roht-Arriaza
        p.185                                                                                      +cite