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|Школа английского. Изучение английского языка. Все для изучающих английский язык Автор Rodriguez-Pinero L. Издательство Oxford University Press|
He has published on postcolonial international relations, the Tibet question, and Hindu nationalism. ***  I use the term "Tibet question" to refer to Tibet as an issue in world politics. By using the interrogative word, I foreground the Tibetan issue as a "problem," in line with the "Palestine question" or the "Irish question." It is more than "the conflict over the political status of Tibet vis-a-vis China" (Goldstein in Goldstein and Kapstein 1998, 14; see also Heberer 1995). Crucially, it includes an examination of the very categories of "Tibet" and "Tibetans."  One other reason for this could be what Chan argues is IR's paucity in understanding matters of religions and religious values contributing to the fact that it "has nothing to say about the contest between China and Tibet to ordain and maintain Lamas" (2000, 566). The most famous of these contests is over the reincarnation of the Panchen Lama, usually considered as second in religious hierarchy within Tibetan Buddhism (at least within the dominant Gelugpa sect), next only to the Dalai Lama.  The International Commission of Jurists ( in Geneva brought out two early reports on Tibet-"The Question of Tibet and the Rule of Law" (1959) and "Tibet and the Chinese People's Republic" (i960)-and continues to issue reports ...
|AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples|
It features a multidisciplinary approach to the study of ethnic minorities, covering themes of place, history, colonialism, policy, development and self-determination.
|The British Year Book of International Law 2004: V. 75|
|The British Year Book of International Law 2005: V. 76|
- A new volume in the indispensable reference series for scholars, students and practitioners of international law - The series offers unique insight into the developing state practice of the United Kingdom, through a comprehensive collection of decisions in British courts and official statements of the UK position on international law - The collection of extended articles provides an unrivalled overview of the latest scholarship on questions facing international law Now in its 76th year, the British Year Book of International Law has become an essential work of reference for academics and practising lawyers.
|The Creation of States in International Law|
New to this edition - Kosovo, Bosnia and other instances of the exercise of international dispositive powers - The unification of Germany and developments in the other ' divided States' - The final phases of decolonization, including the completion of the work of the UN Trusteeship Council - Trends in federalism and devolution; universalization of membership in the United Nations and the problem of the ' bureaucratization' of statehood - Recent disputes concerning secession, such as Quebec and Chechnya; and new practice respecting continuity and succession, especially in connection with the disintegration of Yugoslavia and the USSR - Updated sections on State practice and case law As much as was ever the case in 1979 when the first edition of The Creation of States in International Law published, in the 21st century problems of territorial status and statehood are likely to continue to be a focal point of international disputes.
|Defining Terrorism in International Law|
In the absence of an international definition, the remainder of the book explores how the international community has responded to terrorism in international and ' regional' treaties, the United Nations system, and in customary law.
|Insolvency in Private International Law: National and International Approaches|
These authoritative and stimulating contributions present the essential elements of the international legal system in a clear and accessible fashion and address key questions that challenge many of the assumptions upon which that system is founded. - Thoroughly revised and expanded edition with brand new material taking into account the recent developments in international law, including the legal issues that have arisen since the "War on Terror" - Expert team of contributors involved in the teaching and practice of public international law Wide-ranging analysis of key issues and themes making it ideal for use as a stand-alone teaching text - The entire volume has been carefully edited by Malcolm Evans to ensure a consistent approach throughout New to this edition - New chapter on ' Soft Law' by Alan Boyle and new ' Perspective from Practice' by Tim Daniel - New table on relevant documents for international organizations, HR bodies and WTO documents - New Online Resource Centre offers twice annual updates to the cases and legislation discussed in the text The second edition of International Law reflects the breadth and diversity of contemporary public international law.
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|International Law Documents|
|Peremptory Norms in International Law|
In view of this overriding impact on what might otherwise be instances of the law-making process, peremptory norms concern a constitutional aspect of international law.
|The Settlement Of Disputes In International Law|
This position has now changed beyond recognition.
|Textbook on International Law|
Dixon guides students through the legal principles and areas of controversy, bringing the subject to life with the use of topical examples to illustrate key concepts.
|First Platform Of International Law|
|Two Introductory Lectures On The Science Of International Law (1856)|
|Studies In International Law (1898)|
|Two Studies In International Law (1908)|
|The End of Customary International Law?. A Purposive Analysis of Structural Indeterminacy|
Custom has unique importance, as the only universally binding branch of international law.
|Can International Law Achieve the Effective Disarmament of Chemical Weapons?|
It is behind the schedule imposed by the CWC and weapons possessors struggle to meet the environmental and technical requirements provided in the CWC.
|Multiplicity of International Courts and Tribunals. Implications for the Coherent Application of Public International Law|
Therefore, the mitigation of the impacts of these challenges is of a paramount importance for the credibility, predictability, legitimacy and overall integrity of the international legal system and the eventual augmentation of the ‘compliance pull’ garnered as a result.
|Indigenous Peoples and the Right to Food. On a human rights-based approach to indigenous peoples’ food security and nutritional health|
National poverty surveys may fail to capture the indigenous reality and what constitutes poverty in indigenous communities.