Vol 1, No 1 (2012)

International Law Research, Vol. 1, No. 1, November, 2012

Table of Contents


A Godless Constitution? Faith, Politics and Speech in the Bill of Rights of the United States PDF
Herman T. Salton p1
Abolishing Obsolete Crown Prerogatives Relating to: Martial Law, Conscription and Billeting PDF
Graham S McBain p13
Globalization, Transnational Corporations and Human Rights – A New Paradigm PDF
Jennifer Westaway p63
International and National Legal Framework for Maritime Environment Protection in the Hellenic Legal Order PDF
Korontzis Tryfon p73
Business and Human Rights: Analysing Discursive Articulation of Stakeholder Interests to Explain the Consensus-based Construction of the ‘Protect, Respect, Remedy UN Framework’ PDF
Karin Buhmann p88
Intellectual Property Rights and the WTO: Innovation Dynamics, Commercial Copyrights and International Governance PDF
Oliver Budzinski, Katalin Monostori p102
The Superiority or Integrity of Natural Law for Our Time PDF
Nico P. Swartz, Obonye Jonas p119
Absolute and Conditional Application of Jus Sanguinis PDF
Sattar Azizi, Bijan Hajiazizi, Razieh Hassankhani p130
Cultural Practices and Traditional Beliefs as Impediments to the Enjoyment of Women’s Rights in Nigeria PDF
Agbonika John Musa Alewo, Matthew Adefi Olong p134
Evidence Gathering: The Exclusionary Rule in China PDF
Victoria M. Time p144

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