Publication year: 2012
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Edited by Merris Amos, Jackie Harrison and Lorna Woods. Published under the auspices of the Clemens Nathan Research Centre.
Freedom of expression – particularly freedom of speech – is, in most Western liberal democracies, a well accepted and long established, though contested constitutional right or principle. Whilst based in ethical, rights-based and political theories such as those of: justice, the good life, ...
Corsin Bisaz, Dr. iur. | lic.phil. is a Senior Researcher at the Centre for Research on Direct Democracy of the University of Zurich.
The Concept of Group Rights in International Law offers a critical appraisal of the concept of group rights in international law on the basis of an extensive survey of existing group rights in contemporary international law. Among some of its findings is the observation that an ideological way ...
Grant Dawson and Sonia Farber
This book analyses the anthropological, historical, and legal contours of the crime of forcible displacement and proposes specific measures that the international community can adopt in order to prevent and/or punish the perpetration of the crime in the future.
Nienke van der Burgt
The Contribution of International Fisheries Law to Human Development: An Analysis of Multilateral and ACP-EU Fisheries Instruments examines whether and how legal fisheries instruments encompass a normative consensus on human development, reflected by the indicators of equity, poverty eradication ...
Edited by Myron H. Nordquist, John Norton Moore, Alfred H. A. Soons, and Hak-So Kim
The Law of the Sea Convention: US Accession and Globalization, provides valuable insight into a number of contemporary and pressing issues concerning the world’s oceans and their management . Brought together at the 34th Annual Conference of the Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of ...
The book illustrates the function of legal doctrines in a discourse on the extent of powers of international institutions, and questions whether a move to a constitutional vocabulary can transcend the dichotomy at the heart of diverging constructions of powers.
Günther Handl, Joachim Zekoll and Peer Zumbansen
This book traces the evolution of transnational legal authority in the course of globalization. Representative case studies buttress its conclusion that today transnational authority is multifaceted, a phenomenon that renders unreliable the concepts of territoriality/extraterritoriality as ...
R. Rajesh Babu, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
The study presents a critical review on the problems stemming from the nature and scope of the WTO remedies, and highlights in a comparative perspective the lacunas and inadequacies in the substantive and procedural aspects of WTO dispute settlement system.
Anneliese Quast Mertsch
In Provisionally Applied Treaties: Their Binding Force and Legal Nature, Anneliese Quast Mertsch analyses the binding force and legal nature of treaties during the period of their provisional application in light of international practice and academic opinion.
Edited by Chien-Huei Wu
Focusing on the impact of WTO disciplines, this book explores the WTO’s contribution to domestic reform, economic integration and dispute settlement of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau: the four WTO Members in Greater China.
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