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Treaty Of Amity, Commerce, And Navigation Between Brazil And The U.S., Prof. Dr. Attila S.L. Andrade Jr. Aug 2016

Treaty Of Amity, Commerce, And Navigation Between Brazil And The U.S., Prof. Dr. Attila S.L. Andrade Jr.

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

This Article deals with the analytical history of the Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between the U.S. and Brazil. In the first part of the Article, the author analyzed all the provisions of the Treaty entered into between the two countries on December 12, 1828. The second part examined the historical causes for the early termination of the Treaty, 13 years after its execution. It suggests and evidences that the historical cause lies in a political factor, that is, the conflicts between a Republican form of government and the Brazilian Imperial political system. The third and final part of …


The New Partnership For Africa's Development: Institutional And Legal Challenges Of Investment Promotion, Victor Mosoti May 2004

The New Partnership For Africa's Development: Institutional And Legal Challenges Of Investment Promotion, Victor Mosoti

San Diego International Law Journal

This paper is divided into five parts. Part I introduces NEPAD, its philosophical basis and objectives. Part II discusses the investment promotion role of NEPAD and its difference from past development thinking about Africa's problems. In Part III we discuss NEPAD's strategy for realizing investment flows into Africa, some of the NEPAD's institutional weaknesses, and the repercussions thereof in realizing the NEPAD objectives. It also highlights the potential implications of NEPAD to the regional integration plan in Africa. Taking into account the supposed political clash between NEPAD and the AU, Part IV discusses possible ways of restructuring NEPAD to enable …


The Andean Code After Five Years, Roberto Dañino Oct 1976

The Andean Code After Five Years, Roberto Dañino

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Protection Of Private Foreign Investments In Less Developed Countries - Its Reality And Effectiveness, Henry Landau Mar 1968

Protection Of Private Foreign Investments In Less Developed Countries - Its Reality And Effectiveness, Henry Landau

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


"Enemy" Under The Trading With The Enemy Act And Some Problems Of International Law, Samuel Anatole Lourie Dec 1943

"Enemy" Under The Trading With The Enemy Act And Some Problems Of International Law, Samuel Anatole Lourie

Michigan Law Review

When the United States entered this war and even before, it was evident that the measures and definitions of the Trading with the Enemy Act of October 6, 1917, were obsolete instruments with which to cope, in economic and psychological warfare, with such dangerous enemies as the Axis, particularly Germany. Germany's preparations and planning for the war date back two decades, but took on intensified and conspicuous form only after the access of the Nazis to power.

In all types of warfare numerous weapons, devices and means are openly or secretly used. "Camouflage" is not the exclusive domain of military …