The People’s Republic of China and the World Trade Organization? Anticipating a United States Congressional Dilemma
By Brad L. Bacon

Trade Policy and the Rule of Law
By Charlene Barshefsky

Replies to Jim Chen, Globalization and Its Losers: Democracy Should Not Have Losers
By Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn

Slicing the Rent-Seeking Onion: Why Differential Rent-Seeking Explains the Competitive Disadvantage of United States Sports Franchises in Canada
By Ethan Glass

Book Reviews
By Jerry Sweeney

Globalization and Its Metaphors
By John Miller

Raising or Razing the E-Curtain: The EU Directive on the Protection of Personal Data
By Kevin Bloss

Moving Towards a Competitive Electricity Market? The Dilemma of Project Finance in the Wake of the Asian Financial Crisis
By Nan Zhang

Globalization, Losers and Property Rights
By Paul B. Thompson

Made in the USA Foundation v. United States: NAFTA, the Treaty Clause, and Constitutional Obsolescene
By Rachel S. Brass

The Regionalist Answer
By Robert Wolf

Trade and Cattle: How the System is Failing an Industry in Crisis
By Terence P. Stewart, James R. Cannon, Jr., Eric P. Salonen, & Dennis R. Nuxoll