Nina Pillard

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[M]ost prisoners walk into prison because they know they will be dragged or beaten into prison if they do not walk. They do not organize force against being dragged because they know that if they wage this kind of battle they will lose—very possibly lose their lives. The experience of the prisoner is, from the outset, an experience of being violently(More)
Although liberal trade and development scholars disagree about the merits of the World Trade Organization (WTO), they both assume that WTO legal obligations restrict states' regulatory autonomy. This Article argues for relaxing this shared assumption by showing that, despite the restrictions imposed by international economic law obligations, states retain(More)
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