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The Grip Of Nationalism On Corporate Law, Mariana Pargendler Apr 2020

The Grip Of Nationalism On Corporate Law, Mariana Pargendler

Indiana Law Journal

Part I provides a brief overview of the relationship between corporate law and nationalism and demonstrates their interaction in the historical experiences of several key jurisdictions. These vignettes are merely illustrative, but they indicate how deep the link between nationalism and corporate law can be. Part II summarizes the evidence on the economic effects of foreign corporate control, showing that it is ultimately inconclusive. Part III explains why corporate law can be an attractive instrument to accomplish nationalist objectives and explores the possible regulatory responses to this phenomenon. Part IV analyzes the implications of these findings for future developments in …


Complexity Analysis: A Preliminary Step Toward A General Systems Theory Of International Law, James L. Hildebrand Jun 2016

Complexity Analysis: A Preliminary Step Toward A General Systems Theory Of International Law, James L. Hildebrand

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Sino-Soviet Dispute Over Military And World Revolution, Samir N. Saliba Apr 2016

Sino-Soviet Dispute Over Military And World Revolution, Samir N. Saliba

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Sub-Saharan Africa: The Right Of Intervention In The Name Of Humanity, R. H. Payne Apr 2016

Sub-Saharan Africa: The Right Of Intervention In The Name Of Humanity, R. H. Payne

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Reflections On The Current Drive Toward Greater Legalization In China, Victor H. Li May 2015

Reflections On The Current Drive Toward Greater Legalization In China, Victor H. Li

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

No abstract provided.


Moral Dimensions Of Nationalism, Maria Clara Dias Jan 2005

Moral Dimensions Of Nationalism, Maria Clara Dias

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


National Culture In Post-National Societies, Angel R. Oquendo Jan 2005

National Culture In Post-National Societies, Angel R. Oquendo

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Limit Horizons & (And) Critique: Seductions And Perils Of The Nation, Tayyab Mahmud Jan 2005

Limit Horizons & (And) Critique: Seductions And Perils Of The Nation, Tayyab Mahmud

Villanova Law Review

No abstract provided.


Between National And Post-National: Membership In The United States, T. Alexander Aleinikoff Jan 1999

Between National And Post-National: Membership In The United States, T. Alexander Aleinikoff

Michigan Journal of Race and Law

This essay argues that the concept of post-nationalism does not precisely explain the American concept of citizenship. This is due to the strict construction of the nation state in American constitutional theory, the ineffective role of international human rights norms in American jurisprudence, and the extension of protection to non-citizens based on territorialist rationales. For these reasons, the author suggests that denizenship is a more appropriate way of viewing the American citizenship model, and is one that explains how notions of personal identity can be transnational while still justifiable within traditional nation-state constructs.


"Congress Shall Make No Law…":Ii, O. John Rogge Feb 1958

"Congress Shall Make No Law…":Ii, O. John Rogge

Michigan Law Review

The framers of the federal bill of rights by the First and Tenth Amendments sought to deny Congress power over utterances unless they were connected with criminal conduct other than advocacy. Any power over such utterances was to reside in the states. However, the Supreme Court departed from the framers' intent.

One of the factors in this development was the emergence of an undefined federal police power. This occurred largely under the commerce and postal clauses. It began over a century ago. As early as 1838 Congress passed a law requiring the installation of safety devices upon steam vessels. Beginning …