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Volume 45, Number 4


Realizing Socio-Economic Rights Under Emerging Global Regulatory Frameworks: The Potential Impact of Privatization and the Role of Companies in India and China (PDF)
by Larry Catá Backer

How China Uses International Trade to Promote Its View of Human Rights (PDF)
by Daniel C.K. Chow

Cleaning up the Dragon’s Fountain: Lessons from the First Public Interest Lawsuit Brought by a Grassroots NGO in China (PDF)
by Jessica Scott

Demonstrating Positive Obligations: Children’s Rights and Peaceful Protest in International Law (PDF)
by Aoife Daly


One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Tailoring Cambodia’s Anticorruption Strategy (PDF)
by Antonio G. David

UNESCO and the Belitung Shipwreck: The Need for a Permissive Definition of “Commercial Exploitation” (PDF)
by Patrick Coleman

Publication Tracker

Vol. 51, Number 3 – Published

Vol. 51, Number 4 –  Published

Vol. 52, Number 1 – EPE

Vol. 52, Number 2 – EME

Publication Process: 

After selecting which Articles and Notes to publish, the Article Editors (AE) work with the authors to fine tune the above-the-line text. Thereafter, the ILR Members and Managing Editors (ME) collect the cited sources, substantiate the claims, and edit the footnote citations. The Executive Production Editor (EPE) then completes a final review before sending each Issue to our printer.