Iss. 1 (2001)
Economic Harship as Coercion Under the Protocol on International Trafficking in Persons by Organized Crime ElementsLinda A. Malone
Politics and Human Rights in International Criminal Law: Our Case Against NATO and the Lessons to be Learned From ItMichael Mandel
Kosovo and the Limits of International LawDavid Wippman
The Yugoslav Truth and Reconciliation Commission: A Shaky StartJelena Pejic
Was Genocide Committed in Bosnia and Herzegovina? First Judgments of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former YugoslaviaWilliam A. Schabas
Putting the Brakes on the Global Trafficking of Women for the Sex Trade: An Analysis of Existing Regulatory Schemes to Stop the Flow of TrafficKatrin Corrigan
The Global Schoolyard Bully: The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development's Coercive Efforts to Control Tax CompetitionAlexander Townsend, Jr.