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    • U.S.-China Economic Relations 

      Mei, Yiming (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-09-10)
      This paper investigates the avenues accessible to U.S. policymakers seeking to take advantage of China’s recent economic prosperity in their efforts to assist the recovery of the U.S. economy from the 2007 Global Economic ...
    • The Senseless War: The Sentencing Drug Offenses Arms Race 

      Bagaric, Mirko; Hepburn, Samantha; Xynas, Lidia (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-09-10)
      There has been a considerable increase in the penalties for drug trafficking following the United Nations Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs 1961, over fifty years ago. In many parts of the world, the sanctions are as ...
    • The Fictions of the “Illegal” Occupation in the West Bank and Gaza 

      Sayed, Hani (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-09-10)
      Academic and policy discussions dealing with the State of Israel’s control of the West Bank and Gaza strip (WBGS), are permeated by judgments about legality. Whenever confronted with an institutional imperative to act in ...
    • The Oregon Blueberry Industry and South Korea: An Opportunity for Growth 

      Thompson, Gage (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-09-10)
      The United States has become a sophisticated economy where its chief exports consist primarily of services and advanced technologies. The Industrial Revolution marked the significant turning point when the United States ...
    • One Mineral at a Time: Shaping Transnational Corporate Social Responsibility Through Dodd- Frank Section 1502 

      Silverman, Bryan Stuart (University of Oregon School of Law, 2015-09-10)
      In June 2011, Apple Inc. stopped purchasing minerals for its electronics from the eastern parts of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (the “D.R. Congo”). Apple did so following the proposal of new federal legislation ...