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Volume 41, Number 2


India’s Constitution and Individual Rights: Diverse Perspectives  (PDF)
by Abhishek Singhvi

The Constitution and Individual Rights: A Comment on Dr. Abhishek Singhvi’s India’s Constitution and Individual Rights: Diverse Perspectives (PDF)
by Sunil Khilnani

India and International Arbitration  (PDF)
by Fali S. Nariman

India and International Arbitration: The Dabhol Experience  (PDF)
by Ronald J. Bettauer

Sacrificing Human Rights and Environmental Rights at the Altar of “Development”  (PDF)
by Prashant Bhushan


What Would Your Founding Fathers Think? What India’s Constitution Says—and What Its Framers Would Say—About the Current Debate Over a Uniform Civil Code  (PDF)
by Srikanth Reddy

Rule, Britannia! A Proposed Revival of the British Antisuit Injunction in the E.U. Legal Framework  (PDF)
by Will Hueske

Strategic Protectionism? National Security and Foreign Investment in the Russian Federation  (PDF)
by Jesse Heath

Pirates of the Caribbean (and Beyond): Developing a New Remedy for WTO Noncompliance  (PDF)
by Michael R. Williams