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L'Homme dans la Société Internationale
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Publisher: Primento
ISBN: 2802739271
Pages: 1664
Year: 2013-08-13
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L’humanisme et le dévouement sont sans doute les caractères essentiels de l’œuvre juridique du Professeur Paul Tavernier, tant à l’Université qu’auprès des institutions diverses, spécialement européennes, auxquelles il a contribué. Plus de 80 auteurs se sont associés pour rendre hommage au Professeur Tavernier et ont décidé de s’inscrire dans le sillage de cet humanisme. Tout d’abord, en donnant pour titre aux Mélanges « L’homme dans la société internationale ». Ensuite, en choisissant des sujets d’études qui portent respectivement sur le droit international et les organisations internationales, la paix et la sécurité internationale, les droits de l’homme, la démocratie et l’État de droit, le droit international humanitaire et le droit international pénal et, pour finir, le dialogue entre les civilisations. L’ensemble donne un ouvrage d’une densité et d’une richesse exceptionnelles, issu de la plume des meilleurs spécialistes, en provenance du monde entier, des questions abordées : universitaires, juges nationaux et internationaux et avocats. L’universitaire, le praticien du droit, mais aussi la personne simplement intéressée par les questions abordées, tous trouveront dans cet ouvrage une référence utile pour la réflexion et la pratique.
Godard on Godard; critical writings
Author: Jean Luc Godard
Publisher: Viking Adult
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Pages: 292
Year: 1972-06-27
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Commentaries Upon International Law
Author: Robert Phillimore
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Year: 1871
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Judges as Guardians of Constitutionalism and Human Rights
Author: Martin Scheinin, Helle Krunke, Marina Aksenova
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 178536586X
Pages: 400
Year: 2016-04-29
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There are many challenges that national and supranational judges have to face when fulfilling their roles as guardians of constitutionalism and human rights. This book brings together academics and judges from different jurisdictions in an endeavour to uncover the intricacies of the judicial function. The contributors discuss several points that each represent contemporary challenges to judging: analysis of judicial balancing of conflicting considerations; the nature of courts’ legitimacy and its alleged dependence on public support; the role of judges in upholding constitutional values in the times of transition to democracy, surveillance and the fight against terrorism; and the role of international judges in guaranteeing globally recognized fundamental rights and freedoms. This book will be of interest to human rights scholars focusing on the issues of judicial oversight, as well as constitutional law scholars interested in comparative perspectives on the role of judges in different contexts. It will also be useful to national constitutional court judges, and law clerks aiming to familiarise themselves with judicial practices within other jurisdictions.
A Critique of Proportionality and Balancing
Author: Francisco Urbina
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107175062
Pages: 288
Year: 2017-01-26
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This book offers a comprehensive critique of the principle of proportionality and balancing as applied to human and constitutional rights.
Handbook on Global Constitutionalism
Author: Anthony F. Lang, Jr., Antje Wiener
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN: 1783477350
Pages: 480
Year: 2017-10-27
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This Handbook introduces scholars and students to the history, philosophy, and evidence of global constitutionalism. Contributors provide their insights from law, politics, international relations, philosophy, and history, drawing on diverse frameworks and empirical data sets. Across them all, however, is a recognition that the international order cannot be understood without an understanding of constitutional theory. The Handbook will define this field of inquiry for the next generation by bringing together some of the leading contemporary scholars.
The work of the International Law Commission. 2. Instruments
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Publisher: United Nations Publications
ISBN: 9211337631
Pages: 324
Year: 2007
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The Inter-American Court of Human Rights
Author: Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen, Amaya Ubeda de Torres, Rosalind Greenstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199588783
Pages: 886
Year: 2011-04-07
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This book provides a reference guide to the case law of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights. Structured in two parts, it covers the case law on jurisdiction and procedure before the Court and the case law on the scope of particular rights, drawing comparisons with the case law of the European Court of Human Rights.
Antitrust Between Eu Law National Law
Author: RAFFAELLI
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ISBN: 2802757687
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Year: 2017-02-23
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Fundamental Rights in Europe
Author: Federico Fabbrini
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198702043
Pages: 319
Year: 2014-02
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The European architecture for the protection of fundamental rights combines the legal regimes of the states, the European Union, and the European Convention on Human Rights. The purpose of this book is to analyse the constitutional implications of this multilevel architecture and to examine the dynamics that spring from the interaction between different human rights standards in Europe. The book adopts a comparative approach, and through a comparison with the federal system of the United States, it advances an analytical model that systematically explains the dynamics at play in the European multilevel human rights architecture. It identifies two recurrent challenges in the interplay between different state and transnational human rights standards - a challenge of ineffectiveness, when transnational law operates as a ceiling of protection for a specific human right, and a challenge of inconsistency when transnational law operates as a floor - and considers the most recenttransformations taking place in the European human rights regime. The book tests the model of challenges and transformations by examining in depth four case studies: the right to due process for suspected terrorists, the right to vote for non-citizens, the right to strike and the right to abortion. In light of these examples, the book then concludes by reassessing the main theories on the protection of fundamental rights in Europe and making the case for a new vision - a "neo-federal" theory - which is able to frame the dilemmas of identity, equality and supremacy behind the European multilevel architecture for the protection of human rights.
The Flight of the Angels
Author: Alistair Charles Rolls
Publisher: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042004673
Pages: 369
Year: 1999
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It is a close study of four novels by Boris Vian. It aims to show how L'Écume des jours, L'Automne à Pékin, L'Herbe rouge andL'Arrache-coeur form a unified and coherent tetralogy. By establishing close links between these four texts, it becomes possible to achieve a more comprehensive understanding, not only of the significance of the tetralogy in exposing a complex and multi-layered novelistic strategy at the heart of the vianesque, but of the individual novels as autonomous creations. An examination of the novels reveals that they are not merely joined to one another via a superficial network of textual similarities (that which I refer to as intratextuality), but that this intertwining is emblematic of a common method of narrative construction. Each Vian novel is dependent, for a thoroughunderstanding of the text to be possible, upon the multiple lines of external influence running through it. The sources of this influence (which I refer to asintertextuality) are located in various major texts of twentieth century literature, anglophone as well as francophone. Thus, in each instance the narrative is driven by a complicated interaction of intratextuality and intertextuality.
Adjudicating International Human Rights
Author: James A. Green, Christopher P.M. Waters
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9004261184
Pages: 252
Year: 2014-11-28
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Adjudicating International Human Rights brings together established and emerging scholars to honour Professor Sandy Ghandhi on his retirement from law teaching. It does so through a series of targeted essays probing the framework and adequacy of international human rights adjudication.
Courts and Comparative Law
Author: Mads Andenas, Duncan Fairgrieve
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198735332
Pages: 816
Year: 2015
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While the role of comparative law in the courts was previously only an exception, foreign sources are now increasingly becoming a source of law in regular use in supreme and constitutional courts. There is considerable variation between the practices of courts and the role of comparative law, and methods remain controversial. In the US, the issue has been one of intense public debate and it is still one of the major dividing issues in the discussion about the role of the courts. Contributing to the existing discussion of the use of comparative law in the courts, this book provides an inclusive, coherent, and practical analysis of the relevant law and jurisprudence in comparative law in the courts. It examines the consequences for court procedures and the form of judgments, as well as how foreign sources are drawn upon in private international law, European law, administrative law, and constitutional law as well as before general courts. The book also includes case studies of comparative law used in particular spheres of the law, such as tort law and consumer law. Written by practising judges and lawyers as well as leading academics, this book serves as a central reference point concerning the role of comparative law before the courts.
Renaissance Diplomacy
Author: Garrett Mattingly
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
ISBN: 1787205142
Pages: 318
Year: 2017-06-28
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Modern diplomacy began in the fifteenth century when the Italian city-states established resident embassies at the courts of their neighbors. By the sixteenth century, the forms and techniques of the new continuing diplomacy had spread northward to be further developed by the emerging European powers. “The new Italian institution of permanent diplomacy was drawn into the service of the rising nation-states. and served, like the standing army of which it was the counterpart, at once to nourish their growth and foster their idolatry. It still serves them and must go on doing so as long as nation-states survive.” Garrett Mattingly, author of Catherine of Aragon and The Armada, here tells the story of Western diplomacy in its formative period and explains the evolution of the diplomat’s function. His able and lively discussion also forms, in effect, a history of Western Europe from an entirely fresh point of view. “Garrett Mattingly develops his theme with historical skill, a sense of the relevance of his subject to modern problems, and a literary grace all too rare in works of serious scholarship.”-New York Herald Tribune “An important book...carefully and elegantly written.”-Times Literary Supplement “Presents the many facets of a highly complex subject in a way which is as readable as it is scholarly.”-American Historical Review “A remarkable book: bold, scholarly and original, it will appeal equally to the expert and to the historically-minded general reader.”-New Statesman and Nation
Multiculturalism and Religious Identity
Author: Sonia Sikka, Lori G. Beaman
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 0773592210
Pages: 410
Year: 2014-06-01
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How, and to what extent, can religion be included within commitments to multiculturalism? Multiculturalism and Religious Identity addresses this question by examining the political recognition and management of religious identity in Canada and India. In multicultural policy, practice, and literature, religion has until recently not been included within broader discussions of multiculturalism, perhaps due to worries of potential for conflict with secularism. This collection undertakes a contemporary analysis of how the Canadian and Indian states each approach religious diversity through social and political policies, as well as how religion and secularism meet both philosophically and politically in contested public space. Although Canada and India have differing political and religious histories - leading to different articulations of multiculturalism, religious diversity, and secularism - both countries share a commitment to ensuring fair treatment for the different religious communities they include. Combining broader theoretical and normative reflections with close case studies, Multiculturalism and Religious Identity leads the way to addressing these timely issues in the Canadian and Indian contexts.