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International law - Part 2 By Stig-Arne Kristoffersen
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International Public Law in Ukrainian By Stig-Arne Kristoffersen
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International Public Law in Ukrainian By Stig-Arne Kristoffersen
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International law - Part 1 By Stig-Arne Kristoffersen
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international law part 1. Book is in Ukrainian
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International Litigation By Editor: Susan Woodley
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Legal experts and practitioners provide a comprehensive overview of issues related to all stages of litigation proceedings. Areas covered include recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments,... More > damages, crossborder injunctions, forum shopping, and protective and interim measures. The effects of the Brussels and Lugano Conventions are also examined extensively.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
The Distinction between International and Non –International Armed Conflict in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law By Farrukh Khan
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A distinction used to exist in the traditional view of humanitarian law of armed conflict between international and non – international armed conflict. The previously mentioned observation is... More > supported by the fact that the Additional Protocols to the Geneva Convention of 1949 dealt separately with international conflict and non – international conflict. Additional Protocol I dealt with international conflict, but Additional Protocol II dealt with non – international conflicts. However, as a result of the evolution in international human rights law, practical lessons that have been learnt from both international and non – international conflicts and opinio juris as well as the opinions of international organisations, the distinction between international and non – international conflicts is now much blurred. This essay presents a discussion about the distinction between international and non – international conflict in contemporary international humanitarian law.< Less
International Human Rights Law: Cases and Materials, Volume One By Curtis FJ Doebbler
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A complete international human rights law course with which readers will acquire a basic understanding of the law and how to use it. Critical thinking is encouraged through numerous exercises and... More > questions. Unlike other human rights texts available today this book views the law from the perspective of those most vulnerable to deprivation of their human rights. This view is based on more than fifteen years of experience bringing international human right cases to international tribunals and forums. The law is presented with a degree of objectivity that recognizes the significant role that developed countries have played in perpetuating human rights violations around the world despite their having initially instigated much of the modern concern for international human rights law. Volume One contains Chapters One through Nine as well as a full Index and Table of Contents. ISBN: 978-0974-3570-0-3.< Less
The Legal Implications of Nationalisation, or Expropriation, regarding Foreign Owned Properties in International Law By Farrukh Khan
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Although contemporary and customary international law provide for the right for compensation to those foreign investors whose assets have been nationalised or expropriated by a host country, it has... More > been noticed that the practical working of the law can be somewhat disheartening. Suddenness and speed are often the characteristics of confiscatory measures and orderly preparation of legislation is only rarely resorted to. Bilateral investment treaties have made some difference, but international investments are still full of political risks that should be carefully considered and the international arena is a field for the larger commercial players. A discussion of the legal implications of nationalisation or expropriation of the property of foreign investors has been presented in this write up and this should be of interest to all those with an interest in international law and business.< Less

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