Vol. 57 Nbr. 4, June 2000
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- Justice denied? Revisiting the Elian Gonzalez case; the return of Elian Gonzalez to Cuba was preceded by months of negotiation and countless columns of media coverage. What role did international politics play in the final decision? And what are the worldwide repercussions?
- Labour issues in international trade agreements: two solitudes? Where does Canada stand vis-a-vis the integration of labour standards and international trade agreements? Are we making progress?
- War crimes, reprisals, and international law: the Chechen experience: the war in Chechnya has been long, bloody, and punishing for both soldiers and civilians. In this climate of ongoing violence, bitterness, and distrust, is there any refuge to be found in international law?
- Continuity and change in American foreign policy: some thoughts on the imperialism of free trade: througout the Clinton years American foreign policy-makers focused on the dual global triumphs of the American military and the economy. What are the objectives of the next administration?