|Mohamed Abdelaal||Entrenchment Illusion: The Curious Case of Egypt’s Constitutional Entrenchment Clause
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 1 (Spring 2016).
|Yi Zhou||Establishing a Deposit Insurance System in China: A Long-Awaited Move Toward Deepening Financial Reform
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 46 (Spring 2016).
|Gonzalo Vial||Effects of Settlement between a Local Company and a Host State in a Bilateral Investment Treaty Claim of Foreign Shareholders Arising From the Same Conduct
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 98 (Spring 2016).
|Biju Panicker||Legalization of Marijuana and the Conflict with International Drug Control Treaties
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 1 (2016).
|Mohamed Okasha Abdelaal||Importance of Politics in the Reform of Capital Markets: Case Study of the Egyptian Capital Market
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 52 (2016).
|Chad Turner||The History of the Subsidiarity Principle in the Hague Convention on Intercountry Adoption
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 95 (2016).
|Dr. Avnita Lakhani||Imposing Company Ownership Transparency Requirements: Opportunities for Effective Governance of Equity Capital Markets or Constraints on Corporate Performance
16 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 122 (2016).
|Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli and Dr Béatrice Schütte||Conceptualizing the Schmittian Exception in the European Union
Dr Luca Siliquini-Cinelli and Dr Béatrice Schütte, Conceptualizing the Schmittian Exception in the European Union: From the ‘Opt-Out’ Procedure(S) to Indirect Forms of Secessionism, 15 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 1 (2015).
|Bruce D. Fisher||NAFTA: Testing Ricardo’s Theory of Comparative Advantage
Bruce D. Fisher, NAFTA: Testing Ricardo’s Theory of Comparative Advantage by Empirical Evidence Pre- and Post NAFTA, 15 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 32 (2015).
|Nicholas Krebs||British Cures for American Foreclosure Woes
Nicholas Krebs, British Cures for American Foreclosure Woes: A Comparative Analysis of Foreclosure Law in the United States and United Kingdom, 15 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 67 (2015).
|Christopher L. Henry||Italy, Mexico, and the Legal Framework for Clientelism
Christopher L. Henry, Italy, Mexico, and the Legal Framework for Clientelism, 15 Chi.-Kent J. Int’l & Comp. L. 92 (2015).
Google v. Spain: A Right To Be Forgotten? – by Ignacio Cofone
Expansive Rights: FDR’s Proposed “Economic” Bill of Rights – by Patrick J. Austin
Comparative Analysis of the Chinese and Indian FDI Regimes – by Ajay Sharma
Cases and Controversies
The Truck Stops Here: The Impending Mexico-US Trucking Dispute – by Ryan Hynes
Gay Rights in India: Matter of Naz Foundation Decision – by Nick Brankle
International Criminal Court Prosecutor v. Bosco Ntaganda – by Anna Kuniewicz
Fair Trade in a Wal-Mart World: What Does Globalization Portend for the TripleBottom Line? – by Linda L. Barkacs & Craig B. Barkacs
Rationalising International Law Rules on Self-Defence: The Pin-Prick Doctrine – by Abhimanyu George Jain
Cases and Controversies
Trademarks: Who Should Have the Final Say? – by Blake Kocian
Case: H.W. v. Germany – by Mark Hamburger
Child Welfare in Crisis: A Focus on Eastern Europe – by Jenna Holtz
Attribution Issues in Cyberspace — by Collin S. Allan
Cause, Consideration, Promissory Estoppel, and Promises Under Deed— by Charles Calleros
The Study of International Law in the Spanish Short Nineteenth Century (1808-1898) — by Ignacio de la Rasilla del Moral
Will Parties Take to Tahkim? — by Christina Puglia
Merger Control Under China’s Anti-Monopoly Law – by Shaoping Chen
Securing Protections for Whistleblowers of Securities Fraud in the United States and the European Union – by Thomas C.R. Reynolds
Cases & Controversies
Case: ITV Broadcasting Ltd. and Others v. TV Catchup Ltd. – by Peter Cassata
Case: Ostendorf v. Germany – by Mark Hamburger
Case: Bayatyan v. Armenia – by Jacob Radecki