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The Major Influences Of The U.S. Constitutional Law Doctrines On The Interpretation And Application Of The Constitution Of The Republic Of Korea : Critical Analysis On The Current Constitutional Court's Decisions And Thoughts Of The Necessity Of Amendment Of The Current Constitution Of The Republic Of Korea, Hanjoo Lee Apr 2007

The Major Influences Of The U.S. Constitutional Law Doctrines On The Interpretation And Application Of The Constitution Of The Republic Of Korea : Critical Analysis On The Current Constitutional Court's Decisions And Thoughts Of The Necessity Of Amendment Of The Current Constitution Of The Republic Of Korea, Hanjoo Lee

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Since the end of World War II, the United States has affected constitutionalism in many countries of Asia. The United States occupied the Philippines (1898-1946, except 1943-1945), Japan (1945-1952), and South Korea (1945-1948) and encouraged democratic revolution there, with different polices and results. The U.S.A. Military Government in Korea ("USAMGIK") directly governed southern part of Korean Peninsula from its liberation in 1945 until the establishment of the Constitution of the Republic of Korea with declaration of beginning of independence in 1948. Although Americans did not participate in drafting the Constitution, USAMGIK gave its essential backing to the autonomy ...


Transitional Authority In Iraq : Legitimacy, Governance And Potential Contribution To The Progressive Development Of International Law, Zakia Afrin Jan 2007

Transitional Authority In Iraq : Legitimacy, Governance And Potential Contribution To The Progressive Development Of International Law, Zakia Afrin

Theses and Dissertations

This work is intended to accomplish a number of objectives, including, among others: 1. An analyses, syntheses and examination in depth of all the international instruments relating the to formation of a Transitional Authority, the extent of its authority and the ecologies of effective authority. 2. A description of the foundation, legality and procedures undertaken by the Iraqi Transitional Authority; provision of a critical analysis of the same. 3. A suggestion of ways and means of implementation, compliance and enforcement of existing international norms related to Transitional Authorities and recommend modes of developing the jurisprudence in this area of law.