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sovereign immunity international law oxford bibliographies - sovereign immunity or state immunity is a principle of customary international law by virtue of which one sovereign state cannot be sued before the courts of another sovereign state without its consent put in another way a sovereign state is exempt from the jurisdiction of foreign national, treaty interpretation international law oxford - introduction the practice and theory of treaty interpretation form a classical theme of the law of treaties as with other parts of international law the scholarly interest in this theme has developed in cycles, legal research on international law issues using the internet - legal research on international law issues using the internet lyonette louis jacques foreign and international law librarian and lecturer in law, lawtext publications utilities law review water law - the journal of international maritime law makeup six issues per year plus cumulative indexes of legislation cases and general index current issue 3 volume 24 2018 format a4 issn 1478 8586 back issues back issues available, ohchr convention against torture - the states parties to this convention considering that in accordance with the principles proclaimed in the charter of the united nations recognition of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom justice and peace in the world recognizing, jstor viewing subject law - jstor is a digital library of academic journals books and primary sources, allowing non citizens to vote in the united states why - in recent years a concerted effort has been gathering force to allow new immigrants to the united states to vote without becoming citizens it is being mounted by an alliance of liberal or progressive if you prefer academics and law professors local and state political leaders most often associated with the democratic party or other progressive parties like the greens and community and, conduct of hostilities how does law protect in war - suggested reading solf waldemar a protection of civilians against the effects of hostilities under customary international law and under protocol i in american university journal of international law and policy vol 1 1986 pp 107 135 further reading, reflections on violence law and humanitarianism - however as uday mehta has pointed out in his interpretation of mahatma gandhi s political practice violence used by the state in pursuit of reformist idealism in peace may not be as dramatically evident as war is yet in both there is the destruction of human lives accompanied by a rhetoric of noble ends, law justice and development week 2014 worldbank org - law justice and development week 2014 is a major knowledge sharing event organized by the legal departments of the world bank group the theme of this year is financing and implementing the post 2015 development agenda, the zimbabwe electronic law journal vol i 2016 all - the zimbabwe electronic law journal commentary on contemporary legal issues 2016 the editorial board of this new electronic journal comprises dr t mutangi professor l madhuku and dr i maja co chief editors and professors j stewart and g feltoe