The Nuremberg Trial and International Law
Edited by Tatiana Borisova and William B. Simons
This volume offers readers a stimulating perspective on both struggles and cooperation on the Cold-War’s legal front and regard for its political context. It covers the era of Stalinism up to the post-Communist period of the 1990s and 2000s.
The book analyses the judicial culture in East Central Europe from the era of Stalinism up to the post-Communist period of the 1990s and 2000s. The book targets the judicial ideology and the conception of law, phenomena most resistant to change.
Edited by William Simons, Professor, University of Trento, Italy
Russia’s “Economic Constitution” - its Civil Code - establishes crucial rules for post-Soviet society: freedom of contract and from arbitrary state interference are only two examples. In this volume, distinguished Russian and foreign scholars and practitioners examine post-Soviet changes in ...
Ferdinand Feldbrugge, Professor Emeritus of East European Law at Leiden University
An analysis and discussion of the most important factors in the formation of the law in medieval Russia, dealing with such topics as the possible influence of Roman law, the Russkaia Pravda, the roles of princes and popular assemblies, and the theoretical framework for studying ‘early law’.
Edited by Gordon Smith and Robert Sharlet
How is the Russian Constitution, ratified in 1993, being implemented today? A team of distinguished scholars assesses the promise and the realities of Russian constitutionalism in a number of critical areas.
Edited by Rilka Dragneva
The book examines the legal regime for protection of company shareholders in the CIS. The focus is on important aspects of domestic legal reform in the twelve CIS countries, but also on the contribution of CIS model legislation to this process.
Edited by Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge
An international team of authors looks at the role law has played in the transformation of Russia and evaluates the legal achievements of the Putin administration against the background of Russia’s changing relationship with Europe.
Edited by Robert Sharlet and Ferdinand J.M. Feldbrugge
This work traces the attempt to complete the creation of a unified legal and political system in contemporary Russia.
Christopher P.M. Waters
This book traces the development of the rule of law in Georgia since its independence and speculates on its future direction.
The book provides a detailed analysis of the freedom of expression, and of copyright legislation in Russia, always with an eye on historic comparisons and evolutions . At the same time it gives a synthetic overview of the main changes in constitutional, civil and economic law in the last 15 years.
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