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National and International Publications

Perspectives on the Hague Convention

List of bibliographies focused on issues specific to certain global regions or nation-states in the world. The lists are broken up alphabetically into categories by global area and by nation-state.

Argentina
Australia
Canada
Europe
France
Germany
Israel
Italy
Mexico
North America
Spain
United Kingdom
United States

Argentina and the Hague Convention

A story from the Sunday, November 16, 2008, Buenos Aires Herald regarding continuing court proceedings on the Mendez Lynch case

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Australia and the Hague Convention

Bates, Frank. 2002. Child abduction and non-convention countries: A comparative analysis of England and Australia. Caribbean Law Review 10 (2): 189-223.

Keough, William J. 2002. The separate representation of children in Australian family law: Effective practice or mere rhetoric? Canadian Journal of Family Law 19 (2): 371-422.

Nygh, Peter. 2002. Review of the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of Child Abduction. Australian Journal of Family Law 16 (1): 67-76.

Bates, Frank. 2001. Undermining the Hague Child Abduction Convention: the Australian way? Asia Pacific Law Review 9 (1): 45-61.

Australia. 1994. International Child Abduction outside the Convention: the High Court pronounces in ZP v. PS. Australian Journal of Family Law 8 (3): 211-218.

Nygh, Peter. 1993. Parental kidnapping down under ... the Hague Convention at work in Australia. Family Advocate 15 (4): 24-27.

Hargrove, Patricia; Lowe, Nigel. 1991. Child abduction - father removing child from Australia without mother's consent. Family Law 21: 138-139.

Curtis, Lindsay. 1989. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: the Australian experience. Commonwealth Law Bulletin 15 (2): 627-634.

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Canada and the Hague Convention

Bailey, Martha. 2000. Canada's implementation of the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 17-42.

Black, Vaughan. 1995. Thomson v. Thomson. Canadian Family Law Quarterly 12 (3): 321-345.

Farquhar, Keith B. 1993. The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction comes to Canada. Canadian Journal of Family Law 4 (1): 5-48.

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Europe and the Hague Convention

Coester-Waltjen, Dagmar. 2000. The future of the Hague Child Abduction Convention: the rise of domestic and international tensions - the European perspective. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 59-82.

van Boeschoten, Cornelis D. 1994. Hague Conference Conventions and the United States: a European view. Law and Contemporary Problems 57 (3): 47-58.

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France and the Hague Convention

Hamblett, Mark. 1999. Treaty requires return of abducted children to France. New York Law Journal, August, 19, 222 (36): 1.

Cornec, Alain. 1993. The Hague Convention on abduction and beyond; conflicting aims, different solutions - the French practice. Family Law 23: 148-151.

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Germany and the Hague Convention

United States. 2001. Foreign affairs: changes to Germany's implementation of the Hague Child Abduction Convention: report to the Chairman, Committee on Foreign Relations, US Senate. (accessed November 4, 2004).

Siehr, Kurt. 2000. The 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: failures and successes in German practice. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 207-219.

Wolfe, Karin. 2000. A tale of two states: successes and failures of the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in the United States and Germany. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 285-377.

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Israel and the Hague Convention

MacLean, Pamela A. 2001.Circuit rules for Israeli publisher in custody case; panel bases opinion on broad definition of Hague convention; 'Mozes v. Mozes.' The Los Angeles Daily Journal, January 10, 2001, 114 (7): 1.

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Italy and the Hague Convention

Russon, Andrea; Rains, Robert E. 2000. The reform of the Italian system of private international law with particular regard to domestic relations issues. North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 25 (2): 271-334.

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Mexico and the Hague Convention

Lopez, Antoinette. 1999. Sedillo International law - US/Mexico cross border child abduction - the need for cooperation. New Mexico Law Review 29 (2): 289-300.

Walbert, Claude. 1999. US, Mexico Unite to Solve Abduction Cases; Meetings Prompt New Cooperation on Child Kidnappings; Hague Procedures used. The Los Angeles Daily, September 20, 112 (181): 1.

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North America and the Hague Convention

United States. 2000. North American Symposium on Child Abduction: how to handle international child abduction cases: September 30-October 1, 1993, Washington, D.C.

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Spain and the Hague Convention

Beilfuss, Cristina Gonzalez. 2001. International child abduction in Spain. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family 15 (3): 327-349.

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United Kingdom and the Hague Convention

Armstrong, Sarah. 2002. Is the jurisdiction of England and Wales correctly applying the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction? International and Comparative Law Quarterly 15 (2): 427-435.

Bates, Frank. 2002. Child abduction and non-convention countries: A comparative analysis of England and Australia. Caribbean Law Review 10 (2): 189-223.

Kentworthy, Brian S. 2002. The un-common law: emerging differences between the United States and the United Kingdom on children's rights aspects of the Hague Convention on international child abduction. Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 12 (2): 329-363.

Lowe, Nigel V.; Perry, Alison. 1999. International child abduction: The English experience. International and Comparative Law Quarterly 48 (1): 127-155.

United Kingdom. 1998. Applications for return orders by unmarried fathers. New Law Journal 148 (6826): 179.

United Kingdom. 1998. Practice note: Child Abduction and Custody Act 1985. Solicitors Journal 142 (5): 114-115.

Norrie, Kenneth McK. 1997. The Hague Convention, rights of contract, and s. 2(3) and (6) of the Children (Scotland) Act 1995. Scots Law Times, June 20, 21: 173-4.

Nygh, Peter. 1997. The High Court considers the Hague Child Abduction Convention in De L v. Director-General, New South Wales Department of Community Services. Australian Journal of Family Law 11 (1): 1-10.

McClean, David. 1990. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: explanatory documents prepared for Commonwealth Jurisdictions, Commonwealth Secretariat. London.

Kohn, Alan. 1989. Order child returned to mother in London: International abduction pact interpreted. New York Law Journal, September 26, 202 (60): 1.

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United States and the Hague Convention

Clemens, Laura C. 2003. International parental child abduction: time for the United States to take a stand. Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce 30(1): 151-178.

Kentworthy, Brian S. 2002. The un-common law: emerging differences between the United States and the United Kingdom on children's rights aspects of the Hague Convention on international child abduction. Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 12 (2): 329-363.

Metz, Carl Rowan. 2002. Application of the Younger abstention doctrine to international child abduction claims. University of Chicago Law Review 69 (4): 1929-1955.

Elrod, Linda D. 2001. A Minnesota Comparative Family Law Symposium: Reforming the System to Protect Children in High Conflict Custody Cases. 28 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 495.

Morgan, Laura W. 2001. 'Younger' abstention and the Hague Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction. Divorce Litigation 13 (12): 244-246.

Whitman, Christopher B. 2001. The Second Circuit limits "custody rights" under the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law 9: 605-627.

Caldwell, Steve. 2000. 1999-2000 Survey of International Law in the Second Circuit. 27 Syracuse J. Int'l L. & Com. 397.

Garbolino, James D. 2000. Handling Hague Convention Cases in US Courts. NJC Press Judicial Publications.

Ising, Elizabeth. 2000. Refusing to debate Wheaties versus Milchreis: The Second Circuit's interpretation of the Hague Abduction Convention's grave risk exception. North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 25 (3): 619-653.

Johnson, Thomas A. 2000. The Hague Child Abduction Convention: Diminishing returns and little to celebrate for Americans. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 125-178.

Lowe, Nigel V. 2000. The Hague Child Abduction Convention: Diminishing returns and little to celebrate for Americans. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 179-206.

Reisman, Marcia M. 2000. Where to decide the "best interests" of Elian Gonzalez; the law of abduction and international custody disputes. University of Miami Inter-American Law Review 31 (2): 323-355.

Sapone, Anna I. 2000. Children as pawns in their parents fight for control: the failure of the United States to protect against international child abduction. Women's Rights Law Reporter 21 (2): 129-138.

United States. 2000. Department of the State. International child abduction: convention between the United States of America and other governments, done at The Hague October 25, 1980.

Wolfe, Karin. 2000. A tale of two states: successes and failures of the 1980 Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction in the United States and Germany. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 33 (1): 285-377.

Lopez, Antoinette. 1999. Sedillo International law - US/Mexico cross border child abduction - the need for cooperation. New Mexico Law Review 29 (2): 289-300.

Walbert, Claude. 1999. US, Mexico Unite to Solve Abduction Cases; Meetings Prompt New Cooperation on Child Kidnappings; Hague Procedures used. The Los Angeles Daily, September 20, 112 (181): 1.

Hoff, Patricia M. 1997. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: A Curriculum for American Judges and Lawyers. American Bar Association.

Vullo, Stephanie; Sandora, L. Christopher. 1997. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: commencing a proceeding in New York for return of a child abducted from a foreign nation. Touro Law Review 14 (1): 199-245.

Kelly, Michelle Morgan. 1996. Taking liberties: The Third Circuit defines "habitual residence" under the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction. Villanova Law Review 41 (4): 1069-1085.

Horstmeyer, Eric S. 1995. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: An analysis of Tahan and Viragh and their impact on its efficacy. University of Louisville Journal of Family Law 33(1): 125-141.

Dallmann, Peggy D. 1994. The Hague Convention on Parental Child Abduction: an analysis of emerging trends in enforcement by US courts. Indiana International & Comparative Law Review 5 (1): 171-203.

van Boeschoten, Cornelis D. 1994. Hague Conference Conventions and the United States: a European view. Law and Contemporary Problems 57 (3): 47-58.

Dorosin, Mark. 1993. You must go home again: Friedrich v. Friedrich, the Hague Convention and the International Child Abduction Remedies Act. North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 18 (3): 743-756.

Norko, Raymond R. 1993. Mandatory implementation of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: an open letter to President William Clinton. Connecticut Journal of International Law 8 (2): 575-581.

Riss, Suzanne. 1991. Little-known treaty is invoked in custody fight. New Jersey Law Journal, March 7 127 (10):3.

Helzick, Cathy S. 1987. Returning United States children abducted to foreign countries: The need to implement the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Boston University International Law Journal 5 (1): 119-152.

Marcotte, Paul. 1987. International legal help: Senate passes conventions. ABA Journal 73: 36(1).

Starr, Lynn Acker. 1987. United States implementation of the Hague Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction. Stanford Journal of International Law 24 (1): 289-308.

Leich, Marian Nash. 1986. Contemporary Practice of the United States Relating to International Law. American Journal of International Law, 80 (2): 338-345.

Stotter, Lawrence H. 1986. The light at the end of the tunnel: The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction has reached Capitol Hill. Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 9 (2): 285-328.

United States. 1986. Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: Report (to accompany Treaty doc. 99-11).

Morgenstern, Barbara R. 1985. The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction: the need for ratification. North Carolina Journal of International Law and Commercial Regulation 10 (2): 463-485.

Frank, Robin Jo. 1984. American and international responses to international child abductions. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 16 (2): 415-474.

United States. [no date] Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction message from the President of the United States transmitting the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction, adopted on October 24, 1980, at the 14th session of The Hague Conference on Private International Law.

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