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AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

TERNATIONAL

LAWREVIEW VOLUME

29

Editor-in-Chief Mary Grinton Managing Editor Evi Katsantonis and Comment

Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Book Editor Matt D'Orsi Symposium Editor Tiffany Mathiason

Senior Articles and Critical Essays Editor Jessica Scott Publications Editor Rishi Gupta

Oxford lnternational Law Reports Editor Cody Bannon Deputy Symposium Editor Angela Cabral

Articles and Critical Essays Editors Marina Barakatt Ben Bloom Andrea Coronado George Ganey Ben Shipe

Senior Staff Marisa Harrilchak Erin Heidebrecht Taylor Klavan Nolan Lafler David Litvak Irene Mui Wilson Osorio

Sydney Pomykata Thomas Richards Matthew Smith Ryan Stenzel Caitlin Weinstock Jane Wise Jacqueline Zamarripa Alyssa Zamora

Junior Staft Christina Glover Kyle Jacobs Pauline Lee Nicole Littell John Lo Forese ViMai Sina Mansouri Caitlin Marchand Silvia Matos Vy Nguyen Tolulope Odunsi Leah Paisner

Law Review Coordinator Sharon E. Wolfe

Robert Carter Parét Stephan Polsdofer Victoria Peters James Rios Kri~tal Rovira Sara Sabour Sarah :Shulman Michaela Spero Merve Stolzman Ashley Torkelson Tara Vassefi ~~on Wiley Q"-o Eth~ Zook

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VOLUME 29, NUMBER 2

SYMPOSIUM: BRIBES WlTHOUT BORDERS: THE CHALLENGE FIGHTING CORRUPTION IN THE GLOBAL CONTEXT

Beka Feathers

INTRODUCTION

OF

287

ARTICLES RETHINKING THE INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION AGENDA: CIVIL SOCIETY, HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY

John M. Ackerman

293

Reagan R. Demas

335

Stuart H Deming

369

BITING THE HANDS THAT FEED: CORPORATE CHARITY AND THE U.S. FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT CANADAS CORRUPTION OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS ACT AND SECRET COMMISSIONS OFFENSE RETHINKING ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSPARENCY: BREAKING THE PUBLIC SECTOR BIAS IN MEXICO

Irma E. Sandoval-Ballesteros

399

Mark V. Vlasic & PeterAilee

441

MYANMAR AND THE DODD-FRANK WHISTLEBLOWER "BOUNTY": THE U.S. FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT AND CURBING GRAND CORRUPTION THROUGH INNOVATIVE ACTION

COMMENT UNIONIZING THE CONTINGENT WORKFORCE: SQUARING THE NLRB's 2004 DECISION IN OAKWOOD CARE CENTER WITH THE UNITED STATES' OBLIGATIONS AS A SIGNATORY TO THE INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANlZATION

Nolan J Lafler

465


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