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Practice and Policies of Modern Peace Support Operations under International Law (International and Comparative Criminal Law)

Practice and Policies of Modern Peace Support Operations under International Law (International and Comparative Criminal Law)

by Knoops, G.-J. A. Arnold R.
317 Pages · 2006 · 12.7 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
European Private International Law Second Edition
by Geert Van Calster
579 Pages · 2016 · 6.2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Every of the law student or practitioner must know about the laws implemented in the country. This is to learn about how things are the laws actually in different countries. European Private International Law Second Edition by Geert Van Calster is the most classic book on European Law as according to the name of the book. It guides the practitioners as well as the students about the private international legislation within the EU. This book is less about the national and more about the EU. As the EU Law is more important for the practitioners. European Private International Law by Geert Van Calster explains the core private  European international law including Brussels I, Rome I, and Rome II Regulations. It includes jurisdiction, applicable laws for contracts, and more. Other chapters include the recent changes the succession regulations, and impact of PIL on Social responsibility and freedom of establishment. For the Queen Mary University of London, UEF Law School, Finland, it is the most useful text with all the basic concepts of conflicts and laws. It is the most recommended book for law students.
Rational Suicide, Irrational Laws: Examining Current Approaches to Suicide in Policy and Law (American Psychology-Law Society Series)
by Susan Stefan
581 Pages · 2016 · 6.3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The increasing number of suicides all over the world is really alarming. There is a need of counseling to go to the reason behind the suicide and prevent it. Talking about America, there are different circumstances which lead toward suicide. American Psychology-Law Society is working hard to decrease the number of suicides in America. Considering the Laws, for the past 4 decades, the laws are aimed to prevent suicide. But, increasingly, laws are aimed to facilitates it. Rational Suicide, Irrational Laws: Examining Current Approaches to Suicide in Policy and Law (American Psychology-Law Society Series) by Susan Stefan is a counseling book which focuses on the laws including civil commitment, malpractice, criminal, and constitutional laws.
Law Express: Business Law
by Ewan MacIntyre
251 Pages · 2010 · 3 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
Before starting any business you must know about the law and legislation for a trouble free business. Law Express: Business Law (Revision Guide) by Ewan MacIntyre will provide you the complete basic knowledge about the business law and the essential concepts of applying the legislation of the business. It also helps you to relate all the study and the reading throughout the course as this book is especially for the business and law students. You will make your answers stand out after reading this book. Law Express by Ewan MacIntyre is also a good reading for the professional and for the students as well. As it provides the quick and easy understanding of the law. You will learn all the key points with ease and get the desired marks. This book explains the contracts, companies, partnership, Employment and sources of the business according to the law. Comprising of 11 chapters covering separate areas for the students before exams. You must read this book to get good grades in Business Law.
The Cuban Embargo under International Law: El Bloqueo (Routledge Research in International Law)
by Nigel D. White
223 Pages · 2014 · 1.3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
When the Cuba gets a ban from the United States which was the response to the new revolutionary government’s seizing U.S. properties. As it was viewed by the U.S. as a violation of the international law. The Cuban embargo was a wrong act by law and it also raises a question on the importance of the international law. The Cuban Embargo under International Law: El Bloqueo (Routledge Research in International Law) by Nigel D. White is a book on the Cuban ban and the history and effects of U.S. embargo on Cuba which later become the issue of ideology and the politics. This book states that at that time this was the illegal activity from the government and the refusal of the world’s governments to call it illegal. As it appears to be a serious violation of the international law. This all reduces the importance of international law and states that equality and the non-intervention are not the priorities. The author also argues on the resolution of the embargo on Cuba and restore normal relations between Cuba and U.S. and provide broader parameters of law and justice. This book is a great source of knowledge for researchers, law makers, and students.
Lives in the Law (The Amherst Series in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought)
by Austin Sarat, Lawrence Douglas, Martha Umphrey
252 Pages · 2006 · 1 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
Legal practices have very serious effects on the lives of its practitioners. Lives in the Law (The Amherst Series in Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought) is a collection of essays on the lives of the legal practitioners as well as the legal matters along with the shape of identities. This book challenges the communitarian and liberal for what to live the law. Each essay has its own concept and provides a different picture of the Law. This book discusses the Chicago Seven Trial to provide a clear picture of the Law and its power. Further, continues the story in contrast to the previous essay which focusses in the experience known as a defendant in the Hester Vaughn trial of the individual legal subject i.e. a case of a murder. Also, how the law constructs the women’s identity and the strategies by which the poor women resist the construction of the law. Also, the moral equality vision which balances the communitarian and liberal positions and the connection with the “life’s work”. It also reveals the crimes against the humanity and many other things according to the law and justice. It is a good reading material for the legal and judicial studies and the lives of the people.
Law, Liberty and the Constitution: A Brief History of the Common Law
by Harry Potter
359 Pages · 2015 · 8 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
The England Constitution is essentially the rule of law and the preservation of liberty. From the Anglo-Saxon time, the law was growing and that was the start of the rule of liberty in the England. This was all to enforce the law and minimize the disputes to provide a better living to the people and justice for civil liberties. English kings have brought up this rule of justice and unified system of law. This rule of law is after the seventeenth-century other than European countries. Oedipus Lex which has the power and then the law has a contradiction with the Supreme institution, Parliment. Law, Liberty and the Constitution: A Brief History of the Common Law by Harry Potter is a book on the history of European law from the start. It describes the story of common law not including the major developments but on the prominent personalities and the constitutional cases and the civil liberties. It also includes the constitutional conflicts, important cases related to the slavery, system of advocacy, death penalty, and justice. This book also concludes the major disputes and the universal human rights and much more relating to the title. This is a good read for the history and law students providing valuable information on the history of law. You may also like to download Law Express: Business Law by Ewan MacIntyre.