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Malaysia Historical Salvors Revisited:, John P. Given Jul 2019

Malaysia Historical Salvors Revisited:, John P. Given

Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review

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Conflict Of Laws In Arbitration Agreements Between Developed And Developing Countries, Mary Kathryn Lynch May 2015

Conflict Of Laws In Arbitration Agreements Between Developed And Developing Countries, Mary Kathryn Lynch

Georgia Journal of International & Comparative Law

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External Sovereignty And International Law, Ronald A. Brand Jan 1995

External Sovereignty And International Law, Ronald A. Brand

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This essay addresses the need to redefine current notions of sovereignty. It returns to earlier concepts of subjects joining to receive the benefits of peace and security provided by the sovereign. It diverges from most contemporary commentary by avoiding what has become traditional second-tier social contract analysis. In place of a social contract of states, this redefinition of sovereignty recognizes that international law in the twentieth century has developed direct links between the individual and international law. The trend toward democracy as an international law norm further supports discarding notions of a two-tiered social contract relationship between the individual and …