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University of Michigan Law School

1994

Comparative and Foreign Law

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"Am I, By Law, The Lord Of The World?": How The Juristic Response To Frederick Barbarossa's Curiosity Helped Shape Western Constitutionalism, Charles J. Reid Jr. May 1994

"Am I, By Law, The Lord Of The World?": How The Juristic Response To Frederick Barbarossa's Curiosity Helped Shape Western Constitutionalism, Charles J. Reid Jr.

Michigan Law Review

A Review of The Prince and the Law, 1200-1600: Sovereignty and Rights in the Western Legal Tradition by Kenneth Pennington


The Feasibility Of Debt-Equity Swaps In Russia, Thomas M. Reiter Jan 1994

The Feasibility Of Debt-Equity Swaps In Russia, Thomas M. Reiter

Michigan Journal of International Law

This Note examines the origins, development, and mechanics of debt-equity swap programs in Latin America before discussing the various goals and policy considerations involved in formulating debt-equity swap programs. Next, the Note describes Russia's debt situation and sketches the outlines of a debt-equity swap program that will reduce Russia's foreign debt while stimulating foreign direct investment.


As-Salāmu `Alaykum? Humanitarian Law In Islamic Jurisprudence, Karima Bennoune Jan 1994

As-Salāmu `Alaykum? Humanitarian Law In Islamic Jurisprudence, Karima Bennoune

Michigan Journal of International Law

This Note examines Islamic legal doctrine in the field of humanitarian law and considers the historical contributions made by Islamic law to contemporary international humanitarian law. The goal of this Note is neither to unfairly attack nor to apologize for Islamic law, but rather to attempt an honest appraisal of Islamic humanitarian precepts, with an awareness of the way in which Islam has often been stereotyped as hostile and bloodthirsty in Western discourse. The intent is two-fold: First, to establish that scholars of modern international humanitarian law have often ignored its historical roots in Islamic law and second, to examine ...


Extremist Threats To Fragile Democracies: A Proposal For An East European Marshall Plan, Victor Williams Jan 1994

Extremist Threats To Fragile Democracies: A Proposal For An East European Marshall Plan, Victor Williams

Michigan Journal of International Law

Review of Black Hundred: The Rise of the Extreme Right in Russia by Walter Laquer, and Free to Hate: The Rise of the Extreme Right in Russia by Paul Hockenos