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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

Jennifer Beard

The Confessional Framework of Rule of Law Development: How to Offer Salvation to Willing Legal Subjects 1 JENNIFER BEARD* Abstract. This article examines the theological underpinnings to rule of law devel- opment programmes. The article reveals the metaphysics of First World development

Ronald C. Jennings

, is an expansive and radical interpretation of icl and the Tadić Decision which holds that the decision to make individuals the sole legal subject recognized provides sufficient legal and precedent basis for an interpretation of icl with no conceptual or residual links to the legal concept of

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

Tillmann Rudolf Braun

direct rights paradigm, it is necessary to define the relationship of these rights to the law of state responsibility and, as a result, their limits (Part 4) and, finally, based on the premise of an elevation of the status of the investor to a partial subject in international law, a few possible

Imoleayo Y. Teniola

New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011 (325 pages) ISBN 9781107009424 (Hardback) The question of the most appropriate and effective resolution of international debts owed by debtor nations has been a subject of academic, political and economic debate over the decades. As a result


Edited by Council of Europe/Conseil de l'Europe

The European Yearbook promotes the scientific study of European organisations and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Each volume contains a detailed survey of the history, structure and yearly activities of each organisation and an up-to-date chart providing a clear overview of the member states of each organisation.
In addition, a number of articles on topics of general interest are included in each volume. A general index by subject and name, and a cumulative index of all the articles which have appeared in the Yearbook, are included in every volume and provide direct access to the Yearbook's subject matter. Each volume contains a comprehensive bibliography covering the year's relevant publications. This is an indispensable work of reference for anyone dealing with the European institutions.