It was with this issue therefore that the EU resolved to introduce the Electromagnetic Compatibility directives which would be enforced and monitored to ensure that the environment was kept free of electromagnetic waste and that [...]
This paper intends to support the policy of assassination by evaluating the moral, legal, political and practical dimensions of assassination. The immunity theory and consequentialist approach will be revisited to espouse the political dimensions of [...]
The initial goal of the international criminal law is to prosecute and determine the punishment of the crimes on the international level.
In this article, Benton traces the origin of international order to the 17th century. Moreover, Benton claims that the two approaches have been utilized to explain effect of imperial administration on trends in international law.
Some of the legal rights and issues provided by the convention on the law of the sea that countries party to the convection enjoy include the passage, fishing, and territorial rights.
The law also governs the rights and duties of the nationals of one country to the nationals of other independent countries.
Therefore, the claim about the reliance of the U.S.legitimacy on international law is false because the latter disapprove of the actions of the United States against other economies. In fact, the legitimacy of a specific [...]
A variety of sources are used to provide evidence of the existence of opinion Juris. 1 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice as the primary source of international law.
As well as the overall ideologies of regulations and agreements, the customary international law usually is deliberated by the International Court of Justice, jurists, the United Nations, and its associate countries appear to be amongst [...]
In order to supervise the execution of the pact, a joint committee comprising of both GCC and EFTA member states was formed.
In order to achieve this, it was also deemed necessary to establish the free movement of capital, goods and services within the jurisdiction of the EU2.
The Court shall consider the case under Article 38 of the Statute "in accordance with international law" and apply sources of law based on the international convention, international customs, the general principles of law as [...]
The court's stipulation are articulated basing on the findings and rulings of the available tribunals implying that the court may be having a certain order of laws, that is from the most important to the [...]
The United States has accepted the jurisdiction of the international criminal court; therefore, the principles are embedded in the national constitution.
As a result, there has been confusion and controversy in the application of the principle of non-intervention as a basis of maintaining order in the world.
The Article 1 of VCDR defines the concepts related to a diplomatic mission of a country and the personnel participating in this mission, which includes such notions as "the head of the mission," "the members [...]
According to Knop "the importance of self-determination; lies in the right of choice, so that the outcome of a people's choice should not affect the existence of the right to make a choice".
In 2009, the federal government of Australia has realised such technical, legal challenges and consequently introduced a bill so as to change the relevance of international law in the country.
The Concept of Globalization Globalization can be defined as the minimization of the differences between people of the world and the maximization of their similarities through interactions, cooperation and communication.
It is therefore, important that the interest of the government should be subject to that of its people. Sovereignty of a state would always be considered secondary to human rights needs, and this has helped [...]
Finally, it is prudent to note that the connection between ethics in international relations as well as international law and justice have not been expounded in this chapter.
In the criminal context, jurisdiction to prescribe refers to the power of the state to invoke its criminal law in arbitrating certain actions.
One of the signatory states that have been a great obstacle to the implementation of the provisions is the United States.