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Taking a historical and comparative perspective, the book analyses current attempts of regime change in various parts of the world, their intended and unintended consequences, as well as moral, legal and political aspects of external interference in internal processes.
Edited by Chan Kwok-bun, Jan W. Walls, Simon Fraser University, and David Hayward, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne
While the economic forces shaping globalization are powerful and seemingly getting stronger, they are not immutable, nor are their effects predictable or necessarily overwhelming. Contributors to this book are optimistic that the socio-cultural formations of the future, such as cultural ...
Edited by Saïd Amir Arjomand, State University of New York, Stony Brook
This book offers a unique interdisciplinary comparison of the dominant trends in constitutional developments and legal change across different regions of the world in the last half century, bringing together the constitution-making of the post-colonial era with the post-communist political ...
Karen da Costa
Focusing on treaties jeopardized during the ‘war on terror’, The Extraterritorial Application of Selected Human Rights Treaties investigates whether and to what extent human rights treaties apply to states acting abroad. It proposes a way to accommodate conflicting interests, while preserving ...
James Boyd, Murdoch University, Western Australia
This is the first in-depth examination of Japanese-Mongolian relations from the 19th to the mid-20th century. The study repositions Mongolia in Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese relations.
Consular Affairs and Diplomacy analyses the nature of diplomacy’s consular dimension in international relations. It contributes to our understanding of key themes in consular affairs today, the challenges that are facing the three great powers, as well as the historical origins of the consular ...
Edited by Enzo Cannizzaro, University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’, Paolo Palchetti, University of Macerata , and Ramses A. Wessel, University of Twente
With a view to recent developments in both the EU and the global legal order, International Law as Law of the European Union explores how, and to what extent, international law still forms part of, and plays a role in, the current legal order of the European Union.
Edited by Rüdiger Frank, University of Vienna and John Swenson-Wright, University of Cambridge
This book critically addresses the potential of the liberal concept of collective security to provide a solution to conflict in East Asia, with a focus on the Korean peninsula.
Maximilian B. Rasch, United Nations University
rawing on qualitative and quantitative analysis, this book examines the functioning, effectiveness, coherence and quality of the cooperation, coordination and representation of European Union Member States’ national interests and EU policy aims at the United Nations in New York.
Nicola Rogers for and on behalf of Immigration Law Practitioners' Association
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