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Tanja Joona

dealing with the subjects/objects of the Convention and also different land right situations (Articles 13–19) especially in Latin America. Keywords ILO Convention No. 169; indigenous peoples; subject; object; land rights 1) The author is preparing an interdisciplinary dissertation on ILO Convention No. 169

Bridget Conley-Zilkic

Introduction In 2004, political philosopher Jacques Rancière asked: ‘Who is the subject of the Rights of Man?’ 1 A question at least as old as the French Revolution, it is implicitly posed in the title of that period’s central document, the ‘ Declarations des Droits de l’Homme et du Citoyen

Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia,

Document information DOI: 10.1163/ej.LAOS_subjects.1 Pages in print edition: i-i 6. Subjects (Forthcoming) UN Convention on the Law of the Sea Commentary 1982 Online Publication Editor: Center for Oceans Law and Policy, University of Virginia Brill | Nijhoff, Leiden | Boston, 2013 e

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René Urueña

International legal scholarship has traditionally celebrated the possibility of individuals being considered as subjects of international law. This book challenges that narrative, and reveals hidden patterns in the way we think about legal subjects in global governance. Building on the notion of a risk society, this book argues that international law creates fragmented subjectivities, whose conflicting identities help perpetuate a certain global loss of sense that is characteristic of our times. An innovative contribution that draws on a wealth of international legal materials (including human rights, EU law, international economic law, and international organizations), this book is useful to those with an interest in international legal theory, new approaches to international law, global constitutionalism, and global administrative law.

) 117- Subject index This index covers Volumes 1-6. Index entries in bold refer to Volume numbers and those in brackets refer to the Issue number of that Volume. 206 INDEX 127 Automated medical data banks, 4 (4) 368- 371 Autonomy, 3 (2) 179-188 Belgium, 1 (1) 89-91, 2 (2) 175, 176, 4 (1) 5- 18, 6 (4

Hans Oversloot

DOI: 10.1163/157303509X406278 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 Review of Central and East European Law 34 (2009) 119-135 The Merger of Federal Subjects of the Russian Federation During Putin’s Presidency and After Hans Oversloot * Abstract Among the institutional changes brought about or

Edited by M. Cherif Bassiouni

Volume 1 deals with international crimes. It contains several significant contributions on the theoretical and doctrinal aspects of ICL which precede the five chapters addressing some of the major categories of international crimes. The first two chapters address: the sources and subjects of ICL and its substantive contents. The other five chapters address: Chapter 3: The Crime Against Peace and Aggression (The Crime Against Peace and Aggression: From its Origins to the ICC; The Crime of Aggression and the International Criminal Court); Chapter 4: War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity & Genocide (Introduction to International Humanitarian Law; Penal Aspects of International Humanitarian Law; Non-International Armed Conflict and Guerilla Warfare; Mercenarism and Contracted Military Services; Customary International Law and Weapons Control; Genocide; Crimes Against Humanity; Overlaps, Gaps, and Ambiguities in Contemporary International Humanitarian Law, Genocide, and Crimes Against Humanity); Chapter 5: Crimes Against Fundamental Human Rights (Slavery, Slave-Related Practices, and Trafficking in Persons; Apartheid; International Prohibition of Torture; The Practice of Torture in the United States: September 11, 2001 to Present); Chapter 6: Crimes of Terror-Violence (International Terrorism; Kidnapping and Hostage Taking; Terrorism Financing; Piracy; International Maritime Navigation and Installations on the High Seas; International Civil Aviation); Chapter 7: Crimes Against Social Interest (International Control of Drugs; Challenges in the Development of International Criminal Law: The Negotiations of the United Nations Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime and the United Nations Convention Against Corruption; Transnational Organized Crime; Corruption of Foreign Public Officials; International Criminal Protection of Cultural Property; Criminalization of Environmental Protection).

Trindade, Antônio Augusto Cançado

| Nijhoff, Leiden | Boston, 2005, , Chapter sections   Chapter VII. States as subjects of International Law and the expansion of international legal personality pp. 203  Chapter VIII. International organizations as subjects of International Law pp. 220  Chapter IX. The legal personality of the individual as

Kawano, Mariko

, Leiden | Boston, 2013, , Chapter sections   Section 1. Subject of a Dispute in the Proceedings before the Court pp. 64  Section 2. Significance of the Subject of a Dispute before the Court pp. 67  Section 3. Subject of a Dispute and the Administration of Justice by the Court pp. 108  Section 4. Changes