N.C. J. Int’l L. & Com. Reg.
Vol. 13 (1988)
Table of Contents - Issue 1North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation
The Commercial Activity Exception to the Act of State Doctrine Revisited: Evolution of a ConceptStephen J. Leacock
The New International Law of Sales: A Marriage between Socialist, Third World, Common, and Civil Law PrinciplesSara G. Zwart
The Role of Lawyers in Licensing NegotiationsRobert Goldscheider
International Debt and the Act of State Doctrine: Judicial Abstention ReconsideredW. H. Knight Jr.
Franshising in the Common Market: A Survey of the Application of Competition Law of the European Community to Retail FranchisingPaul C. Ridgeway
Gregorian v. Izvestia: Libel and the Foreign Sovereign Immunities ActMichele Roufail
Zoelsch v. Arthur Anderson & Co.: Restricting Subject Matter Jurisdiction for Foreign LitigantsElizabeth M. Orazem
Immigration and Naturalization Service v. Cardoza-Fonseca: The Last Word on the Standard of Proof for Asylum ProceedingsElaine Moye Whiteford
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