We begin the Spring/Summer 1998 issue of the UCLA Journal of International Law and Foreign Affairs (JILFA) with a three-part discussion of relevant issues in the ongoing debate over China’s proposed accession to the World Trade Organization.
China and the WTO: The Transparency Issue
Concluding China’s Accession to the WTO: The U.S. Congress and Permanent Most Favored Nation Status for China
The Asian Question: Integration of East Asia into the World Economy
Extradition to the Rwandan War Crimes Tribunal: Is Another Treaty Required?
The Continental Shelf of Ireland: The Law and Politics of Delimitation
Cooperation, International Organizations, and Multilateral Interventions in the Post-Cold War Era: Lessons Learned from the Gulf War, The Balkans, Somalia, and Cambodia
International Law and the Spoils of War: To the Victor the Right of Spoils?
COMMENT: Opposing Forces in a Revolution in International Patent Protection: The U.S. and India in the Uruguay Round and its Aftermath