"The topic of youth, globalization, and the law is timely and important, but all too often the subject of platitudes. The detailed work in this volume helps both to redefine the normal litany of problems and point to deeper solutions. The freshness and thoughtfulness of the volume will make it immediately vital to the NGO community, legal policymakers, and philanthropic foundations, and to professors teaching courses about globalization, human rights, and a number of other subjects."Bryant G. Garth, Director Emeritus, American Bar Foundation; Dean, Southwestern Law School "Original, provocative, and important. This book shows the historical and political relationship among globalization and youth experience, and powerfully illustrates the interconnections of politics, crime, immigration, economics, and social space."Susan Sturm, Columbia University School of LawKassimir, Ronald is the author of 'Youth, Globalization, and the Law', published 2006 under ISBN 9780804754743 and ISBN 0804754748.