HUMAN DIGNITY IN COMPARATIVE CONSTITUTIONAL CONTEXT: IN SEARCH OF AN OVERLAPPING CONSENSUS
Keywords:human dignity; constitutions; equality; human rights; jurisprudence; physical integrity
RECONFIGURING CHINA’S ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE REGIME: A HIGHLY COMPLICATED AND DECIDEDLY UNEVEN JOURNEY
Keywords:governance regime; Revised Law; GDPism; policy outputsoutcomes-impacts; policy implementation; regulatory cartelisation; regulatory capture; local corporationism; public interest litigation; regulatory pluralism.
John Shijian Mo
TRANSFER OF SOVEREIGNTY AND APPLICATION OF AN INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION: CISG IN CHINA IN THE CONTEXT OF “ONE COUNTRY, TWO SYSTEMS”
Keywords:CISG; UNCITRAL; confl ict of laws; Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties; Basic Laws of Hong Kong and Macau; People’s Republic of China.
DIFFERING TREATMENT OF SAME SEX COUPLES BY EUROPEAN UNION LAW AND THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS: THE EUROPEAN UNION CONCEPT OF CITIZENSHIP
Keywords:discrimination; same-sex marriage; European Union; citizenship; margin of appreciation.
Katherine Reece Thomas
ENFORCING AGAINST STATE ASSETS: THE CASE FOR RESTRICTING PRIVATE CREDITOR ENFORCEMENT AND HOW JUDGES IN ENGLAND HAVE USED “CONTEXT” WHEN APPLYING THE “COMMERCIAL PURPOSES” TEST
Keywords:state immunity from enforcement; state assets and attachment; judicial measures of constraint against state assets; sovereign debt; vulture funds; international insolvency; commercial purposes test for enforcement against state assets; customary international law on state immunity; the International Court of Justice on state immunity; US and European domestic law on enforcement; analysis of recent English cases; SerVaas; AIC; AIG; Orascom.
Austin I Pullé
IMPROVING INVESTOR-STATE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENTS — THE US SUPREME COURT ADDS FUEL TO FIRE
Keywords:ISDS; investment treaties; Argentina; Vienna Convention Law of Treaties; local remedies; arbitrator bias; consent to arbitration; Arbitrator Jurisdiction; UNCITRAL Arbitration; Convention Award.
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