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Chile, The Biobio, And The Future Of The Columbia River Basin, Jerrold A. Long Jan 2017

Chile, The Biobio, And The Future Of The Columbia River Basin, Jerrold A. Long

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Water Law Reform In The Face Of Climate Change: Learning From Drought In Australia And The Western United States, Barbara Cosens Jan 2016

Water Law Reform In The Face Of Climate Change: Learning From Drought In Australia And The Western United States, Barbara Cosens

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Western societies have developed three approaches to governance of common pool resources such as water: 1) The division of the resource into private property; (2) government regulation; and 3) local self-organization. This article asserts that all three are needed in varying combinations to rise to the challenge presented by the impact of climate change on water supply and demand. Drought presents a preview of potential future climate scenarios and Australia and the western United States are both responding to its harshness through innovation in water governance. These experiments present an opportunity to compare the approaches of Australia and the western ...


Balancing Judicial Independence And Accountability In A Transitional State: The Case Of Thailand, David Pimentel Jan 2016

Balancing Judicial Independence And Accountability In A Transitional State: The Case Of Thailand, David Pimentel

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Balancing judicial independence against judicial accountability is a classic problem, but the debate has often taken place without reference to specific legal cultures and traditions, and there is compelling reason to believe that the “right” balance may be different in different societies. Thailand is in transition, so the models of established Western democracies may be ill-suited to the problems and issues of the Thai judiciary. Moreover, independence and accountability are not ends in themselves, but means to the same end: that of fair, impartial, and effective justice. Independence can help, primarily by bolstering the “judicial courage” exercised by judges called ...


Rule Of Law Reform In Transitional States: Bringing Method To The Madness - A Review Of Advancing The Rule Of Law Abroad: Next Generation Reform By Rachel Kleinfeld, David Pimentel Jan 2015

Rule Of Law Reform In Transitional States: Bringing Method To The Madness - A Review Of Advancing The Rule Of Law Abroad: Next Generation Reform By Rachel Kleinfeld, David Pimentel

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