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VIENNA By Brian Taylor
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POETRY WITH COLOURED ILLUSTRATIONS. Sigmund Freud, a dull man, started off conventionally, as dull men do, with cocaine, electrotherapy and hypnosis. Things became more exciting though when he moved... More > to the second floor and had a realisation rivalling that of St Paul. in 1670 the Jews were expelled.(Again). As an exceptional condescension, Samuel Oppenheimer was the first to be allowed back to the Court. (He was exceptionally rich). Otto,the Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s younger brother once strolled into the hotel lobby naked, except for his sword and the Order of the Golden Fleece around his neck. In 1968, Günter Brus urinated into a glass and dipped his penis into a foaming beer mug. “Inheritance Powders.” If you gave these to your rich relative you would inherit his money sooner. Here the lunatics are free. They walk the streets confined within their minds, and peer out through the blinds and the visors of their faces. (66 pages)< Less
The Avena Case: Prospective and Proposals on the International Justice System and the United States’ Practice of International Obligation derived from International Tribunals By Ruben Alberto Moreno Zavala
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This work refers to the 2004 Judgment of the International Court of Justice on the case pertaining Avena and other Mexican Nationals (Mexico v. United States of America). It deals mainly with the... More > throughout aftermath and carefully studied prospective of the controversy on the application and interpretation of the 1963 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and the current issues to assure the protection of consular rights of foreigners detained abroad. This case is, in the own interpretation of the International Court of Justice, the culmination of a trilogy of cases on consular rights presented before it. This work intends to provide the unfamiliar reader with the basic tools to understand the questions surrounding Avena and its transcendence in the topic of consular protection not only for Mexico and the United States, but for all countries party to the same Convention.< Less
The Avena Case: Prospective and Proposals on the International Justice System and the United States’ Practice of International Obligation derived from International Tribunals By Ruben Alberto Moreno Zavala
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This work refers to the 2004 Judgment of the International Court of Justice on the case pertaining Avena and other Mexican Nationals (Mexico v. United States of America). It deals mainly with the... More > throughout aftermath and carefully studied prospective of the controversy on the application and interpretation of the 1963 Vienna Convention on Consular Relations and the current issues to assure the protection of consular rights of foreigners detained abroad. This case is, in the own interpretation of the International Court of Justice, the culmination of a trilogy of cases on consular rights presented before it. This work intends to provide the unfamiliar reader with the basic tools to understand the questions surrounding Avena and its transcendence in the topic of consular protection not only for Mexico and the United States, but for all countries party to the same Convention.< Less
Diplomatic Privileges Bill By Hansard’s Parliamentary Debates
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This is a transcript of British Parliamentary debate in 1964. The Commons debated on the issue of diplomatic rights following the Vienna Convention in 1961. The debate later led to the pass of... More > Diplomatic Privileges Act 1964, replacing Diplomatic Privileges Act 1708, one of the earliest laws in the world on embassy’s privileges. ————————Holborn Project———————— To provide a thematic collection of publications, free at the point of access—Holborn Project is akin to the idea of a lending library, a depository of ideas generated and organised by periodical subjects. The project seeks to promote classic writings through editorship and curation in the light of contemporary topics and current affairs. Diplomatic Privileges Act Debate 1964 is published on the occasion of the beta issue, Embassy.< Less