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    Introduction

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    This special issue of the Fordham International Law Journal contains seven outstanding articles by jurists from seven countries on three continents. The articles have a common thread in highlighting the necessity for respect of human rights and the human dignity that they are designed to protect. They also demonstrate the significant advances made since the end of World War II of international human rights law. In an age of terrorism there is an inevitable tension between measures designed to protect the lives of innocent civilians and their fundamental civil liberties

    Introduction

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    Given the violence in Darfur and the ensuing international reaction, the Fordham International Law Journal decided to publish a special issue on Darfur. It is timely in light of the continuing violence in the Darfur region. This article serves as the Introduction to the special issue

    Global U(1) Invariance and Mass Scales in Supersymmetry

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    In a supersymmetric theory with global U(1) invariance, the spontaneous breaking of the latter without the breaking of supersymmetry is revisited in the case of the most general superpotential of 3 singlet superfields. The interesting possibility of having 2 hierarchical mass scales is pointed out, together with its consequences as applied to the axionic solution of the strong CP problem.Comment: 9 pages, including 1 figur

    Matrix Models and Lorentz Invariance

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    The question of Lorentz invariance in the membrane matrix model is addresse

    (1+1)-Dimensional SU(N) Static Sources in E and A Representations

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    Here is presented a detailed work on the (1+1) dimensional SU(N) Yang-Mills theory with static sources. By studying the structure of the SU(N) group and of the Gauss' law we construct in the electric representation the appropriate wave functionals, which are simultaneously eigenstates of the Gauss' operator and of the Hamiltonian. The Fourier transformation between the A- and the E-representations connecting the Wilson line and a superposition of our solutions is given.Comment: 10 pages, no figures, REVTEX, as in Phys. Rev.

    The anomalous chiral perturbation theory meson Lagrangian to order p6p^6 revisited

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    We present a revised and extended construction of the mesonic Lagrangian density in chiral perturbation theory (ChPT) at order p6p^6 in the anomalous (or epsilon) sector, L6,ϵ{\cal{L}}_{6,\epsilon}. After improving several aspects of the strategy we used originally, i.e., a more efficient application of partial integration, the implementation of so-called Bianchi identities, and additional trace relations, we find the new monomial sets to include 24 SU(Nf)SU(N_f), 23 SU(3), and 5 SU(2) elements. Furthermore, we introduce 8 supplementary terms due to the extension of the chiral group to SU(Nf)L×SU(Nf)R×U(1)VSU(N_f)_L \times SU(N_f)_R \times U(1)_V.Comment: 21 pages, Latex, using RevTe
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