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Teaching international environmental law -- Tools of the trade: A survey of materials
Michael J. Kelly, Teaching International Environmental Law -- Tools of the Trade: A Survey of Materials, 28 Stetson L. Rev. 1197 (1999) (book review essay).
This survey evaluates the available books, websites, and other material available to teach a graduate-level law course on International Environmental Law. It includes a 2-page flowchart created by the author to map the ...
Illusory nature of environmental protection in a Marxist-socialist polity: The case of Poland
Michael J. Kelly, The Illusory Nature of Environmental Protection in a Marxist-Socialist Polity: The Case of Poland, 32 Ind. L. Rev. 213 (1998) (reviewing Daniel H. Cole, Instituting Environmental Protection: From Red to Green in Poland (1998)).
This review favorably considers Professor Cole's analysis of Poland's environmental protection efforts following the fall of communism in Eastern Europe.
Political downsizing: The re-emerging of self-determination, and the movement toward smaller, ethnically homogenous states
Michael J. Kelly, Political Downsizing: The Re-Emergence of Self-Determination, and the Movement Toward Smaller, Ethnically Homogenous States, 47 Drake L. Rev. 209 (1999).
The end of the Cold War brought about the third wave of nation-state creation/dissolution similar to that experienced after the First World War and the decolonization period of the mid-20th Century. This paper examines the ...
Overcoming obstacles to the effective implementation of international environmental agreements
Michael J. Kelly, Overcoming Obstacles to the Effective Implementation of International Environmental Agreements, 9 Geo. Int'l Envtl L. Rev. 447 (1997).
Since the 1970's, there has been an explosion of environmental treaties geared toward protecting the global commons and regulating international environmental issues. However, the obstacles to effectively implementing these ...
Skeleton in the legal closet: The discovery of "Kennewick Man" crystalizes the debate over federal law governing disposal of ancient human remains
Michael J. Kelly, A Skeleton in the Legal Closet: The Discovery of “Kennewick Man” Crystalizes the Debate over Federal Law Governing Disposal of Ancient Human Remains, 21 U. Haw. L. Rev. 42 (1999).
When a 9,000 year-old Causasoid skeleton dubbed "Kennewick Man" was discovered in the Pacific Northwest in 1996, scientists began to research why such a person was in that geographic area when people of that morphology ...
Case studies "ripe" for the International Criminal Court: Practical applications for the Pinochet, Ocalan, and Libyan Bomber trials
Michael J. Kelly, Case Studies “Ripe” for the International Criminal Court: Practical Applications for the Pinochet, Ocalan, and Libyan Bomber Trials, 8 J. Int'l. L. & Prac. 21 (1999).
This study considers the criminal cases against former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet, former Kurdish terrorist leader Abdullah Ocalan, and the Libyan intelligence agents who bombed Pan Am 103 over Lockerbie Scotland, ...
Traveling the road to Rambouillet: Is the imposition of federalism in Kosovo pragmatic foreign policy or unwise meddling?
Michael J. Kelly, Traveling the Road to Rambouillet: Is the Imposition of Federalism in Kosovo Pragmatic Foreign Policy or Unwise Meddling?, 40 S. Tex. L. Rev. 789 (1999), reprinted in Comparative Federalism in the Devolution Era 247 (Neil Colman McCabe ed. 2002).
This is a diplomatic history of the Rambouillet conference held to stave off war between NATO and the remnants of Yugoslavia under Slobodan Milosevic at the height of the Milosevic campaign of ethnic cleansing in Kosovo ...
To appeal or not to appeal, that is the question
Michael J. Kelly, To Appeal or Not to Appeal, That Is the Question, Inter Alia, Jan. 1999, at 1.
Environmental implications of the North American Free Trade Agreement
Michael J. Kelly, Comment, Environmental Implications of the North American Free Trade Agreement, 3 Ind. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 361 (1993).
This article urged the Clinton Administration not to negotatiate an environmental side accord to NAFTA, but rather to re-open NAFTA and include more stringent environmental protections in the trade treaty itself for fear ...
Conflicting trends in the flourishing international trade of art and antiquities: Restitutio in integrum and possessio animo ferundi/lucrandi
Michael J. Kelly, Conflicting Trends in the Flourishing International Trade of Art and Antiquities: Restitutio in Integrum and Possessio Animo Ferundi/Lucrandi, 14 Dick. J. Int'l L. 31 (1995).
This article studies the underlying economics driving the international black market in art and antiquities from the perspective of the looters who illegally excavate antiquities or steal art, the brokers who launder it, ...