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Author: Cecily Rose

i Introduction The field of transnational criminal law has grown exponentially since the Second World War on account of extensive treaty making. Through the conclusion of treaty after treaty, states have agreed to criminalize certain conduct at the domestic level and to cooperate

In: Brill Research Perspectives in Transnational Crime
Author: Cecily Rose

i Introduction The field of transnational criminal law has grown exponentially since the Second World War on account of extensive treaty making. Through the conclusion of treaty after treaty, states have agreed to criminalize certain conduct at the domestic level and to cooperate internationally

In: New Perspectives on the Structure of Transnational Criminal Justice
This series offers insight into the drafing history of a number of the most important multilateral treaties.

evolutions of a scientific, technological, political, economic and environmental nature, while, on the other hand, it must be stable and remain respectful of state consent. To address this complex challenge, ocean treaties envisage law-making mechanisms which defer substantive decision-making to the future

In: Regime Interaction in Ocean Governance

"Selected chiefly from John V.A. MacMurray's Treaties and agreements with and concerning China."--P. vi. Microfiche.

In: Colonial Period Korea Online
This wide ranging series provides expert insights into the most fundamental aspects of the law of treaties. Both practitioners and academics, political actors and international lawyers will benefit from these studies on the theory of the law of the treaties as well as the practical and political implication of multilateral agreements.