Each year, the Bernstein Lecture features an outstanding antitrust scholar. The Fifth Bernstein Lecturer, Eleanor Fox, fits comfortably in that mold. Professor Fox has forged a distinguished career as teacher and scholar at New York University School of Law. In recent years, she has lectured and written extensively on the globalization of antitrust and has served as a consultant on antitrust issues for transition governments in Eastern Europe. This year's lecture highlights developments in antitrust in the international sphere and the efforts to achieved cooperation among governments in international antitrust enforcement.