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Arab Law Quarterly: Celebrating 35 Years with free access to selected articles

Arab Law Quarterly, the leading English language scholarly publication on matters relating to the law of Arab states, will publish its 35th Volume in 2021. To celebrate this, five sets of seven articles, hand-picked from past volumes by Editor-in-Chief Haider Ala Hamoudi, will be available for free downloading during 2021.

New Series: International and Comparative Business Law and Public Policy

The Series offers an outlet for monographs and collective works making substantial contributions to interdisciplinary research.

Forthcoming: Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia (3 vols)

Incorporating the work of numerous leading scholars, the Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia provides a detailed description of the practice and implementation of international law in various Asian states. The Encyclopedia is also available online.

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Secondary Sources Council on Hemispheric Affairs, “Juntos podemos? Together we CAN: Chile and the Andean Community’s quest for free trade” (17 Jul 2007). Bartłomiej Różycki, “Together we CAN! … or CAN’T? A struggling détente between the Andean Community and Chile and (lost) opportunities of a strategic partnership,” in States, internationalorganizations and strategic partnerships (Cheltenham, England: Elgar, 2019), 466–86. DOI: María Gabriela Rho, “Visiones políticas y perspectivas de Mercosur, CAN y Unasur en la construcción de una ciudadanía regional (2002–2016),” Estudios fronterizos 19, e015 (2018). DOI: Spanish. Subject Searches: Foreign economic relations--Chile.Economic integration--Chile.Free trade--Chile.Foreign relations--21st century--Chile.Non-state actors (International relations)--Chile.International agencies--Chile.Regionalism--Chile. Primary Sources Note: Chile was one of the founding members of the 1969 Andean Pact (now the Andean Community), but it left the trade group in 1976. Chile rejoined the Andean Community as an associate member in 2006.   [Andean Subregional Integration Agreement (Cartagena Agreement)] Acuerdo de Integración Subregional Andino (Acuerdo de Cartagena), 26 May 1969. Translated:World Bank, English.  [Decree law no. 1,641, Approves the additional Protocol to the Cartagena Agreement] Decreto ley no. 1,641, Aprueba Protocolo adicional al Acuerdo de Cartagena, 30 Dec 1976, DO, 03 Jan 1977, no. 29,648, pp. 1–2. BCN:  [Decree law no. 1,642, Repeals the legal provisions as indicated] Decreto ley no. 1,642, Deroga disposiciones legales que indica, 30 Dec 1976, DO 03 Jan 1977, no. 29,648, pp. 1–2. BCN: Repeals: [Decree no. 428, Provides for the implementation and enforcement of the Subregional Integration Agreement] Decreto no. 428, Dispone la aplicación y cumplimiento del Acuerdo de Integración Subregional, 30 Jun 1969, DO, 27 Aug 1969, no. 27,431, pp. 1–9. BCN:  [Decision 645 - Granting of the Status of Associate Member Country of the Andean Community to the Republic of Chile] Decisión 645 - Otorgamiento de la condición de País Miembro Asociado de la Comunidad Andina a la República de Chile, Gaceta Oficial del Acuerdo de Cartagena, 21 Sep 2006, no. 1,401, año XXIII, pp. 2–3. Translated:Law & Business News of the Americas 13, 1 (2007): 263–64. English.