The Progression Of International Law

Author: Yoram Dinstein
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004219110
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This volume was produced to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the Israel Yearbook on Human Rights. Forty years have yielded an impressive forty annual volumes.

Progress In International Law

Author: Russell A. Miller
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004165711
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The book draws its inspiration from a similar survey undertaken in 1932 by Harvard Law Professor and PCIJ Judge Manley O. Hudson.

International Law And Changing Perceptions Of Security

Author: Jonas Ebbesson
Publisher: Hotei Publishing
ISBN: 9004274588
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In International Law and Changing Perceptions of Security the contributors debate how changing concepts and conceptions of security have affected fields such as the use of force, law of the sea, human rights, international environmental law ...

Self Determination In International Law

Author: Anne F. Bayefsky
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9789041111548
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Therefore, concepts such as secession, self-determination, statehood, and
recognition must be understood and interpreted in the context of, and in
conformity with, the human rights principles which infuse modern international
law. To define such concepts solely by reference to effectiveness, power and
force alone is to fail to account for the progression in the meaning and application
of current international law. Secession 13. The concept of a right in international
law, 387 Reply of the ...

Hague Yearbook Of International Law

Author: Lammers
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9789041116666
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For example, he could take the Spanish route and trace the origins of Latin
American international law to Francisco de Vitoria and the school of Salamanca,
and then he would follow these roots to its Latin Americanist progression with a
variety of contribution arguments (i. e. , the theory of uti possidetis . . .) . On the
other hand a Creole historian could find the origins in the independence
movements of the nineteenth century and the formation of a distinct regional
international law; ...

The International Economic Law Revolution And The Right To Regulate

Author: Joel P. Trachtman
Publisher: Cameron May
ISBN: 1905017200
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These essays examine the scope of application of international law: the degree
to which international law purports to reach into the domestic legal system—into
the domaine reservé—to restrict the regulatory authority of states. In the first
group of essays, under the heading “The International Economic Law Challenge,
” I broadly examine the challenges posed by the subject matter and progression
of international economic law for the international legal system generally, and for
the ...

Global Justice And International Economic Law

Author: Chi Carmody
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107013283
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... contexts in which officials of national governments perform their duties and in
which people live their lives, justice is understood as a duty of the state, if it is
understood as a duty at all. With states at the center ofaction on matters ofjustice,
domestic institutions within a state provide justice to the state's citizens, and
national borders determine who gets justice and who does not. justice is political
and political systems are domestic. After World War II, the progression of
international law ...

Houston Journal Of International Law

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D. Japanese Attitudes Toward Women The progression of women toward a state
of equality with men in Japanese society has lagged far behind most modern
industrialized nations.118 "The basic legal unit of Japanese society was the ie —
the house."119 Young brides entered the ie of their husbands, losing their
identity in the process.120 Women were basically treated as chattel, and could
be divorced by their husbands for trivialities such as talking too much.121 The
Japanese ...

Commentaries Upon International Law

Author: Sir Robert Phillimore
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but this power has been delegated to it by the Crown and Parliament of England,
and therefore the responsibility of the International acts of the Company rests
upon Great Britain, as much as the acts of any other of her accredited public
agents; and this company has no International status as a substantive community
. States associated, for the purposes of trade, into a commercial league (u) may
have a sort of International, or rather Public Law regulating the intercourse
between the ...