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Dr. Carlo Panara, Liverpool John Moores University, Dr. Gary Wilson, Liverpool John Moores University
This edited volume explores some of the key international law issues to have arisen from the events which comprised the 'Arab Spring.'
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, ...
Edited by Seokwoo Lee and Hee Eun Lee
Utilizing perspectives from international law, international relations, and history, this volume provides a balanced perspective on territorial disputes in Northeast Asia highlighting the issue of Dokdo which is disputed between Korea and Japan.
The book is an ideal choice for practitioners and researchers because it combines first hand information on the most recent developments on Cyprus with legal evaluations from an international official trained in international and European law.
Edited by: Poul F. Kjaer, Paulius Jurčys, Ren Yatsunami
This book examines hybridization as a defining phenomenon of regulatory frameworks in the transnational sphere. The contributions illustrate that globalization contributes to blurring the distinctions between national and international, public and private law; and that hybridization therefore ...
By Neyire Akpinarli
Current international law has not brought a more peaceful world order. An analysis of the concept of the “failed state” demonstrates the shortcomings of international law in addressing fundamental economic and social problems.
Building on an empirical analysis of the jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice and the two ad hoc tribunals for ex-Yugoslavia and Rwanda, this book sheds new light on the development of custom as a source of international (criminal) law.
In his book, Michael Koebele examines the potential liability of transnational corporations under the Alien Tort Statute (also known as Alien Tort Claims Act) for violations of international law in connection with their operations and investments worldwide.
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.
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