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Enforcing Human Rights in U.S. Courts and Abroad: The Alien Tort Statute and Other Approaches

PDF · John B. Bellinger III · Jul-11-2012 · 42 VAND. J. TRANSNAT'L L. 1 (2009)

The 2008 Jonathan I. Charney Lecture in International Law

Presented at Vanderbilt University Law School on April 11, 2008




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