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Volume 14, 1998
Globalism and the Obsolescence of the State

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Preface
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Jan Narveson Globalism and the Obsolescence of the State: New Support for Old Doubts
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Jay Drydyk Globalization, North-South Solidarity, and Other Arguments for “Upward Harmonization” of Human Rights
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Alex Wellington “’Rewriting Genesis’: Intellectual Property Rights and Global (In)Justice”
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Yeager Hudson The Obsolescence of the Nation: Tagore on Nation versus State
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Cheryl Hughes Human Rights, State Sovereignty, and Worid Community
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Peter Penz Sovereignty, Distributive Justice, and Federalism: A Cosmopolitan Perspective
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David A. Crocker Transitional Justice and International Civil Society
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Alistair M. Macleod Realism in International Relations: Power, the National Interest, and Justice
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Jason Gratl A Defence of Violence
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