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  • ALPR Volume 13, No.1 (December 2015)
    1. Enforcing Afghan Women's Right to Development: Who is Responsible?
      By: Amabelle C. Asuncion
    2. The Position of International Treaties in PRC and Mexican Law: Using the Chinese "Dialectical Model" to Implement and Enforce a Hypothetical Mexico-China FTA, as Related to Foreign Investment
      By: Adrian Cisneros Aguilar
    3. Conflict of Interest and Good Governance in the Public Sector - Looking at the Private Interests of Government Officials Within a Spectrum
      By: Mary Jude V. Cantorias-Marvel

  • ALPR Volume 12, No.1 (June 2014)
    1. A Critique of Recent Governance Reforms of State-Owned Enterprises in the Philippines and Their Proposed Improvements
      By: Jinkee Bantug
    2. A Feminist Perspective in Countering Terrorism - Does it really matter?
      By: Jezzamine Faye Matias-Martinsen
    3. Party-Appointed Arbitrator Ethics and Ethos Cross-Cultural Differences and How They Affect Arbitrator Behaviour in Rendering Arbitral Awards
      By: Mary Jude V. Cantorias


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