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  • David J. Bederman
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Abstract

The crucial characteristic of globalization, throughout the centuries, has been the widespread movement of people, ideas, money, goods, and services across political frontiers, across oceans and other physical barriers, and across linguistic, ethnic, and social divides. Mobility has always been the hallmark of a global society. The free movement of individuals—as both autonomous beings and as economic actors—while bringing the greatest benefits of globalization, has also posed the greatest challenges for the international legal system.

Keywords

International Monetary Fund Exotic Species Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Acquire Immune Deficiency Syndrome Zebra Mussel 
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