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will be directed to APEC Policy Support Unit in the year 2018, subject to the appropriate and applicable laws and regulations of Chinese Taipei, and within its budget appropriations. Management of the Contribution The Recipient will exercise administrative and financial management of the contribution

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)

similar yet more radical move by introducing the State-to-State, rather than the investor-State international arbitration that is subject to exhaustion of local remedies. 12 The most innovative institutional (re)design, however, is perhaps from Brazil, which focuses more on risk mitigation and dispute

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)

widened in recent years and this needs to be properly acknowledged, in order to dispel lingering misconceptions, which is the objective of the following section. Moreover, the preoccupation with compliance has given way to efforts to view the subject holistically by placing the relationship between

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)

transactions are also subject to mandatory annual review by independent directors and auditors. 71 In Singapore, the SGX requires an IPT to be approved by shareholders if the value of the transaction is at least 5% of the company’s audited net tangible assets. 72 As in Hong Kong, the SGX allows listed firms

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)

arbitral awards among contracting states. However, the enforcement of arbitral awards is not absolute. They are subject to a number of exceptions. A notoriously indeterminate exception is the public policy exception, which provides that an arbitral award may be refused if it would be contrary to the public

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)

sections: I International Law in General II Subjects of International Law  III International Organizations  IV Individuals  V Territory and Territorial Jurisdiction  VI State Responsibility  VII The Law of the Sea, Environment, Health, and Aviation  VIII The Law of Treaties  IX Diplomatic, Consular and

In: Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, Volume 36, (2018)

management. With this series, we want to facilitate the search by listing the web sites that contain information on particular subjects. This first note is in- tended to introduce the web sites of inter- national organisations. Have you got any suggestions with regard to further interesting peacekeeping web

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

contain information on particular subjects. This first note is in- tended to introduce the web sites of inter- national organisations. Have you got any suggestions with regard to further interesting peacekeeping web sites that we have not included? Please let us know! [inpe@jur.uni-frankfurt.de] Finally

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

Project itself, gives full scope to the reflections by those who themselves have participated in the management of international responses to complex emergencies. 3An examination of different paradigms of this relationship is the subject of Larry Minear and Thomas G. Weiss, Humanitarian Politics (New York

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping

the laying of mines in order to improve security conditions so as to minimize the danger to UNOMIG personnel and to create conditions for the effective performance of its mandate; 16. Decides to extend the mandate of UNOMIG for a new period terminating on 31 July 1997 subject to a review by the

In: Journal of International Peacekeeping