Volume 25, Issue 2

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Volume 25

Issue 2

Lead Article

Fundamental Rights as Guidelines and Inspiration:
German Constitutionalism in International Perspective 
……………..   189
Brun-Otto Bryde

Introduction to the 25th Anniversary Issue

Happenstance and Memory:  A Legacy of Law and
Development Scholarship and Policy in Legal Education
 ……………   209
Leah Larson-Rabin

The Nature of Law and Development

The Owl and the Pussy-cat:  Is there a Future for “Law
and Development”?
 ……………………………………………………….   235
David M. Trubek

Regional Recollections

Reflections on the Evolution of Law and Legal Education
in China and Vietnam .
……………………………………………………   243
Charles R. Irish

Sharing the Heat …………………………………………………………..   255
Cliff F. Thompson

Changing Ambitions for Law in East Africa …………………………….   261
William C. Whitford

New Voices in Law and Development

Constitution-making, Democracy and the “Civilizing” of
Irreconcilable Conflict:  What Might We Learn from the
South African Miracle? 
…………………………………………………..   269
Heinz Klug

On Rule of Law Rhetoric, Economic Development, and
Northeast Asia ..
……………………………………………………………   301
John K.M. Ohnesorge

Democratic Institutions in Sudan:  More than Just a
Promise? 
…………………………………………………………………….   313
Brady Williamson

Scholarly Essay

Hard Law, Soft Law, and International Taxation ……………………..   325
Allison Christians

Notes and Comments

The Most Egregious Arms Broker:  Prosecuting Arms
Embargo Violators in the International Criminal Court
 ……………..   335
Claudette Torbey

Choice of Laws or Choice of Culture:  How Western
Nations Treat the Islamic Marriage Contract in Domestic
Courts .
………………………………………………………………………   361
Emily L. Thompson & F. Soniya Yunus