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The Quest For World Order: The Legacy Of Optimism Re-Examined, Richard A. Falk Nov 1984

The Quest For World Order: The Legacy Of Optimism Re-Examined, Richard A. Falk

Dalhousie Law Journal

President MacKay, ladies and gentlemen, it is a great honour for me to be here as a Killam lecturer. Let me start by telling a story that illustrates the direction of what I want to say. A Frenchman, an American and a Jew were all suffering from an incurable disease. They were told by a doctor that they had three weeks to live and each was asked what he would like to do. True to stereotype, the Frenchman said that he would take his mistress to the country and dine every night at a three-star restaurant. The American said that …


In Memoriam -- Alfred Frank Crotti, Rafael C. Benitez, Thomas R. Ewald, Richard A. Hausler, Bernard H. Oxman, Naseem K. Sayed, Alan C. Swan Oct 1984

In Memoriam -- Alfred Frank Crotti, Rafael C. Benitez, Thomas R. Ewald, Richard A. Hausler, Bernard H. Oxman, Naseem K. Sayed, Alan C. Swan

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


At Long Last A Portuguese-English/English-Portuguese Legal Dictionary: Dicionário Jurídico-Law Dictionary By Maria Chaves De Mello, Keith S. Rosenn Oct 1984

At Long Last A Portuguese-English/English-Portuguese Legal Dictionary: Dicionário Jurídico-Law Dictionary By Maria Chaves De Mello, Keith S. Rosenn

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


United States V. Louisiana, Lewis F. Powell Jr. Oct 1984

United States V. Louisiana, Lewis F. Powell Jr.

Supreme Court Case Files

No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Sep 1984

Frontmatter

Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents - Issue 3, North Carolina Journal Of International Law And Commercial Regulation Jul 1984

Table Of Contents - Issue 3, North Carolina Journal Of International Law And Commercial Regulation

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Current Developments On Domestic International Sales Corporations, Thomas R. Bretz Jul 1984

Current Developments On Domestic International Sales Corporations, Thomas R. Bretz

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Recent Developments In Reporting Requirements For Foreign Investors In The United States, Kevin Conboy Jul 1984

Recent Developments In Reporting Requirements For Foreign Investors In The United States, Kevin Conboy

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


The Immigration Laws Of The United States And The Employment Of Foreign Personnel, Charles Gordon Jul 1984

The Immigration Laws Of The United States And The Employment Of Foreign Personnel, Charles Gordon

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Section 103 Of The Revenue Act Of 1971 And The Houdaille Case: A New Trade Remedy, Patrick F. Macrory J., Kenneth I. Juster Jul 1984

Section 103 Of The Revenue Act Of 1971 And The Houdaille Case: A New Trade Remedy, Patrick F. Macrory J., Kenneth I. Juster

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


General Motors Corp. V. Devex Corp.: Prejudgment Interest - The Rule Rather Than The Exception In Patent Infringement Awards, Jane E. Gwiner Jul 1984

General Motors Corp. V. Devex Corp.: Prejudgment Interest - The Rule Rather Than The Exception In Patent Infringement Awards, Jane E. Gwiner

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Ministry Of Supply, Cairo V. Universe Tankships, Inc.: The Status Of Foreigner-Foreign State Cross-Claims Under The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Of 1976, Gregory Scott Prentzas Jul 1984

Ministry Of Supply, Cairo V. Universe Tankships, Inc.: The Status Of Foreigner-Foreign State Cross-Claims Under The Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act Of 1976, Gregory Scott Prentzas

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Technology Licensing: Common Market Competition Implications, David J. Noonan Jul 1984

Technology Licensing: Common Market Competition Implications, David J. Noonan

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Extending The Rule Of Reason To Pendent Jurisdiction: Vespa Of America Corp. V. Bajaj Auto Ltd., Tracy Kenyon Lischer Jul 1984

Extending The Rule Of Reason To Pendent Jurisdiction: Vespa Of America Corp. V. Bajaj Auto Ltd., Tracy Kenyon Lischer

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Book Review, North Carolina Journal Of International Law And Commercial Regulation Jul 1984

Book Review, North Carolina Journal Of International Law And Commercial Regulation

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Recognition, Use Of Force, And The Legal Effect Of United Nations Resolutions Under The Revised Restatement Of The Foreign Relations Law Of The United States, Malvina Halberstam Jul 1984

Recognition, Use Of Force, And The Legal Effect Of United Nations Resolutions Under The Revised Restatement Of The Foreign Relations Law Of The United States, Malvina Halberstam

Articles

No abstract provided.


International Law As Law In The United States, Louis Henkin May 1984

International Law As Law In The United States, Louis Henkin

Michigan Law Review

"International law is part of our law." Justice Gray's much-quoted pronouncement in The Paquete Habana was neither new nor controversial when made in 1900, since he was merely restating what had been established principle for the fathers of American jurisprudence and for their British legal ancestors. And Gray's dictum remains unquestioned today. But, after more than two hundred years in our jurisprudence, the import of that principle is still uncertain and disputed. How did, and how does, international law become part of our law? What does it mean that international law is a part of our law? What is the …


Federal State Clauses And The Conventions Of The Hague Conference On Private International Law, H. Allan Leal O.C., Q.C. May 1984

Federal State Clauses And The Conventions Of The Hague Conference On Private International Law, H. Allan Leal O.C., Q.C.

Dalhousie Law Journal

Dean Read would have been pleased, I believe, with this year's events since Canada has ratified The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction.' This is a first for Canada in its participation in The Hague Conference on Private International Law. Dean Read worked hard and effectively to promote Canada's participation in that Conference and he was the Atlantic regional representative on the Canadian delegation to the first plenary session attended by Canadian delegates in 1968. I had the honour to work with him at that time and to be closely associated with him for many years …


The Consolidated Treaty Series, 1648-1918, Ted L. Mcdorman May 1984

The Consolidated Treaty Series, 1648-1918, Ted L. Mcdorman

Dalhousie Law Journal

The Consolidated Treaty Series was a twelve year publishing project undertaken by the distinguished Cambridge international law professor Dr. Clive Parry. The treaty series contains reprints and translations of over 10,000 treaties signed between 1648, the establishment of the modem European state system, and 1919 when the League of Nations Treaty Series, the first official international collection, commenced publication. Each treaty is reproduced in its original language accompanied by French or English translations where such exist. Where a translation does not exist a summary of the contents of the treaty is included. Most importantly the source from which the treaty …


Two Ideas Of International Organization, John H. Barton May 1984

Two Ideas Of International Organization, John H. Barton

Michigan Law Review

Political theory has long sought a philosophical basis for such ideas as law, authority, and freedom - but usually within the context of the nationstate. Only rarely has political theory placed the nation-state in an international framework; and, when it has tried, it has often done poorly. Sometimes the political theory becomes purely altruistic and utopian; at other times it works to support the irresponsibility of individual governments and the breakup of international order.


The Crisis In Arms Control, Harold K. Jacobson May 1984

The Crisis In Arms Control, Harold K. Jacobson

Michigan Law Review

There is general agreement among observers of contemporary international affairs, and national and international officials from all sides, that there is a serious crisis in arms control. As of January 1984, the Soviet Union had broken off two major arms control negotiations: the Intermediate- Range Nuclear Force Talks (INF) and the Strategic Arms Reduction Talks (START). Negotiations in the United Nations Conference on Disarmament (CD) on a variety of arms control issues were stalemated. The United States was engaged in a large-scale military build up, and there was no sign that the Soviet Union would abate the extensive military programs …


The Right Of States To Use Armed Force, Oscar Schachter May 1984

The Right Of States To Use Armed Force, Oscar Schachter

Michigan Law Review

When the United Nations (UN) Charter was adopted, it was generally considered to have outlawed war. States accepted the obligation to settle all disputes by peaceful means and to refrain from the use or threat of use of force in their international relations. Only two exceptions were expressly allowed: force used in self-defense when an armed attack occurs, and armed action authorized by the UN Security Council as an enforcement measure. These provisions were seen by most observers as the heart of the Charter. and the most important principles of contemporary international law. They have been reaffirmed over and over …


In Memoriam -- Soia Mentschikoff, E. Allan Farnsworth, Edward T. Foote Ii, Richard G. Huber, Alan C. Swan Apr 1984

In Memoriam -- Soia Mentschikoff, E. Allan Farnsworth, Edward T. Foote Ii, Richard G. Huber, Alan C. Swan

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The United States Action In Grenada: An Exercise In Realpolitik, John M. Karas, Jerald M. Goodman Apr 1984

The United States Action In Grenada: An Exercise In Realpolitik, John M. Karas, Jerald M. Goodman

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents - Issue 2, North Carolina Journal Of International Law And Commercial Regulation Apr 1984

Table Of Contents - Issue 2, North Carolina Journal Of International Law And Commercial Regulation

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Group Exemptions For Exclusive Distribution Agreements In The Common Market, William T. Mcgrath Apr 1984

Group Exemptions For Exclusive Distribution Agreements In The Common Market, William T. Mcgrath

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Negotiating And Drafting Contracts In International Barter And Countertrade Transactions, John C. Grabow Apr 1984

Negotiating And Drafting Contracts In International Barter And Countertrade Transactions, John C. Grabow

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Research Sources In International And Commercial Law, Keith Mervin Dunn Apr 1984

Research Sources In International And Commercial Law, Keith Mervin Dunn

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Corporate Financial Records And Internal Accounting Controls: What Does Sec Expect Of Audit Committee Members, Robert Jay Fortin Apr 1984

Corporate Financial Records And Internal Accounting Controls: What Does Sec Expect Of Audit Committee Members, Robert Jay Fortin

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.


Container Corporation Of America V. Franchise Tax Board: California's Three-Factor Apportionment Formula For Taxing U.S. Corporations' Foreign Subsidiaries Held Constitutional, Cathy M. Rudisill Apr 1984

Container Corporation Of America V. Franchise Tax Board: California's Three-Factor Apportionment Formula For Taxing U.S. Corporations' Foreign Subsidiaries Held Constitutional, Cathy M. Rudisill

North Carolina Journal of International Law

No abstract provided.