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Laura-Stella Eposi Enonchong

, the judiciary is structured in a way that makes it wholly accountable to the executive to the point that independence is severely compromised. In the light of these observations, the article explores possible approaches to achieving a more appropriate balance between independence and accountability

Gad Degani

Water balance of salamanders (Salamandra salamandra (L.)) from different habitats Gad Degani Galilee Technological Center, Chemical & Microbiological Laboratory, Kiryate Shamona, Israel. Abstract. Salamanders (Salamandra salamandra) from semi-arid and moist habitat maintained their body weight

Strohmeyer, Arno

Concepts of powers or forces in balance were found in the early modern period in many spheres of life, e.g. economics (balance of trade), medicine (balance of humors), philosophy (balance of passions), physiology (nutritional balance, kinematics), astronomy (balance of attraction and repulsion

Samantha Joo

Biblical Interpretation 20 (2012) 226-243 Biblical Interpretation orn © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2012 DOI: 10.1163/156851512X630395 A Fine Balance between Hope and Despair: e Epilogue to 2 Kings (25:27-30) Samantha Joo Seoul Women’s University Abstract Scholars


Frederik Dhondt

Balance of Power and Norm Hierarchy: Franco-British Diplomacy after the Peace of Utrecht offers a detailed study of French and British diplomacy in the age of ‘Walpole and Fleury’. After Louis XIV’s decease, European international relations were dominated by the collaboration between James Stanhope and Guillaume Dubois. Their alliance focused on the amendment and enlargement of the peace treaties of Utrecht, Rastatt and Baden. In-depth analysis of vast archival material uncovers the practical legal arguments used between Hampton Court and Versailles. ‘Balance of Power’ or ‘Tranquillity of Europe’ were in fact metaphors for the predominance of treaty law even over the most fundamental municipal norms. An implacable logic of norm hierarchy allowed to consolidate peace in Europe.

Rössner, Philipp Robinson

The balance of payments is a measure of the financial and commercial transactions between one country and others; it is an important tool for identifying and assessing global interrelations and interactions. It is subdivided into sub-balances for commodities trade; the services provided by

Jeannette R. Mahoney, Roee Holtzer and Joe Verghese

, including but not limited to balance? While the translational value of MSI with physical activities in aging is understudied, we and others have linked MSI to cognitive activities including attentional cueing in older adults (Hugenschmidt et al. , 2009 ; Mahoney et al. , 2012 ). With normal aging

Stephen A. Douglas

"Centrality" and "Balance" in Southeast Asia: Official Ideologies and Regional Crisis Stephen A. Douglas University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign In this paper, it is argued that the concepts of "centre" and "balance" have a conspicuous presence in the universe of Southeast Asian political

Taube, Markus

The balance of payments (BOP) is a value table for all economic transactions conducted within a certain period of time (usually one year) between residents and foreigners (flow figures). It is divided into various balance sheets: The current account records the import and export of goods, services

Jeffrey McGee, Brendan Gogarty and Danielle Smith

the sole source of peace-building in the international domain, especially in areas such as the scs . We argue that the possibilities for international law must be viewed within the context of the ‘associational balance of power’ in international society. We argue that an associational balance of