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Michael Nijhawan

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157006811X567733 Method and Theory in the Study of Religion 23 (2011) 128-142 brill.nl/mtsr M E T H O D T H E O R Y in the S T U D Y O F R E L I G I O N & Sikhism, Traumatic Repetition, and the Question of Aesthetic Sovereignty Michael Nijhawan

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Denzil G.M. Miller

The ‘Final Act of the Conference on the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources’ included a statement made on 19 May 1980 by its Chairman. The ‘Chairman’s Statement’ addressed the CAMLR Convention’s application in waters adjacent to the Kerguelen and Crozet Islands over which France exercises jurisdiction by virtue of its sovereignty over the islands. The Statement included explicit reference to waters adjacent to other islands within the CCAMLR Area, where the existence of State sovereignty is recognised by all the Convention Contracting Parties. In 2007 the CCAMLR Performance Review noted the increasing frequency with which some Commission Members were invoking the Chairman’s Statement. In particular, the Review Panel expressed the view that a point has been reached where any Conservation Measure adopted by CCAMLR invariably attracts a formal reservation on the perception that a conservation measure affects the maritime jurisdictions of certain Members, particularly those exercising national sovereignty over sub-Antarctic islands in the CCAMLR Indian Ocean sector. This paper examines the background to, and practices associated with, applying CCAMLR Conservation Measure reservations under the Chairman’s Statement.

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Arnulf Becker Lorca

, Benjamin Coates, John Haskell, Nathaniel Berman and Mattias Kumm. I am also grateful to Douglas Howland and participants at the International Law and World Order Conference at Wisconsin-Milwaukee. JHIL brill.nl/jhil © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/157180511X552045 Sovereignty beyond the

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Jacques Derrida

THE “WORLD” OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT TO COME (EXCEPTION, CALCULATION, SOVEREIGNTY)* by JACQUES DERRIDA École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales A BSTRACT Taking as its point of departure Edmund Husserl’s 1935–36 text The Crisis of European Sciences , this essay attempts to develop a new

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Edited by Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko

How does globalisation affect the ability of human rights to constrain power? This is the central question of this volume that tackles the issue from a variety of perspectives. It covers such branches of international law and human rights as diplomatic protection, powers of the UN Security Council, responsibility of international organisations, accountability of multinational corporations, third-generation rights, law of armed conflict, and state sovereignty. The contributions problematize the role of human rights and call for rethinking of the structure and functioning of human rights. The contributions adopt a variety of disciplinary perspectives that all elucidate difficulties human rights face in a globalised world and suggest ways forward.
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Hans Morten Haugen

Nordic Journal of International Law 78 (2009) 263–292 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/090273509X12448190941048 brill.nl/nord NORDIC JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW Food Sovereignty – An Appropriate Approach to Ensure the Right to Food? Hans Morten Haugen * Associate Professor

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The Authority Dilemma

Eternal Salvation and Authorization in Hobbes’s Leviathan

Marcus Schultz-Bergin

our biology. The authority dilemma poses a real problem for Hobbes’s theory as presented. He cannot reconcile his argument for absolute sovereignty with his argument for the hierarchy of responsibility. I have suggested that if the hierarchy of responsibility argument is his only means to resolve

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Manuela Melandri

International Criminal Law Review 9 (2009) 531–545 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/157181209X457974 brill.nl/icla International Criminal Law Review Th e Relationship between State Sovereignty and the Enforcement of International Criminal Law under the Rome Statute (1998): A

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Dani Napton

Counter-revolutionary or wary progressive? Critical apologist for the Stuart and Hanoverian dynasties? What are the political and cultural significances of place when Scott represents the instabilities generated by the Union? Scott's Novels and the Counter-Revolutionary Politics of Place analyses Scott’s sophisticated, counter-revolutionary interpretation of Britain's past and present in relation to those questions.

Exploring the diversity within Scott’s life and writings, as historian and political commentator, conservative committed to progress, Scotsman and Briton, lawyer and philosopher, this monograph focuses on how Scott portrays and analyses the evolution of the state through notions of place and landscape. It especially considers Scott’s response to revolution and rebellion, and his geopolitical perspective on the transition from Stuart to Hanoverian sovereignty.
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Marek Hrubec

, because players in the post-democratic structure of global capitalism are also trying to appropriate European integration for themselves, and it can lead to a fragmentation of the European Union. 7 Absolute Sovereignty vs. Shared (Divided) Sovereignty Transnational problems require transnational