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xvi, 188 pages ; 24 cm
  • Principles of jurisdiction
  • Principles of jurisdictional restraint
  • Australia and extraterritorial jurisdiction
  • India and extraterritorial jurisdiction
  • The United States and extraterritorial jurisdiction.
"Nation states are increasingly asserting jurisdiction over criminal offenses that occur extraterritorially. In some instances, this can cause political tension and legal uncertainty, as the principles of jurisdiction under international law do not adequately resolve competing claims. In that context, this book considers principles of jurisdiction and mechanisms by which to achieve jurisdictional restraint under international law, including the possibilities presented by the 'abuse of rights' doctrine. Utilizing a comparative approach, this book explores principles of jurisdiction, first under international law, and then in a comparative constitutional law context. Specifically, [the author] explores the ways in which domestic constitutional courts in Australia, India and the United States adjudicate extraterritorial criminal jurisdictions...[Sections] explore the abuse of rights doctrine in a common law context and the relationship between individual rights and the assertion of extraterritorial jurisdiction."-- Back cover.
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xiii, 379 pages ; 25 cm
  • The context of data privacy in Africa / Alex B. Makulilo
  • Data protection in North Africa : Tunisia and Morocco / Alex B. Makulilo
  • Information privacy in Nigeria / Iheanyi Samuel Nwankwo
  • Data protection law in Burkina Faso / Krissiamba Moumouni Ouiminga
  • Data protection in Zimbabwe / Caroline B. Ncube
  • Privacy and data protection in Uganda / Ronald Kakungulu-Mayambala
  • Towards data protection law in Ethiopia / Alebachew Birhanu Enyew
  • Data privacy law reforms in Tanzania / Patricia Boshe
  • Data protection law in South Africa / Anneliese Roos
  • The right to privacy and data protection in Ghana / Dominic N. Dagbanja
  • Data protection in Cape Verde : an analysis of the state of the art / João Luís Traça and Pedro Marques Gaspar
  • Protection of personal data in Senegal / Patricia Boshe
  • Data protection of the Indian Ocean Islands : Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar / Alex B. Makulilo
  • Data protection regulation in Burundi / Patricia Boshe
  • Data protection in Kenya / Alex B. Makulilo and Patricia Boshe
  • Privacy and data protection in Lesotho / Alex B. Makulilo and Kuena Mopethe
  • Data protection in Angola / João Luís Traça and Francisca Correia
  • Data protection in Mozambique : inception phase / João Luís Traça and Lídia Neves
  • The future of data protection in Africa / Alex B. Makulilo.
"This volume presents analyses of data protection systems and of 26 jurisdictions with data protection legislation in Africa, as well as additional selected countries without comprehensive data protection laws. In addition, it covers all sub-regional and regional data privacy policies in Africa. Apart from analysing data protection law, the book focuses on the socio-economic contexts, political settings and legal culture in which such laws developed and operate. It bases its analyses on the African legal culture and comparative international data privacy law. In Africa protection of personal data, the central preoccupation of data privacy laws, is on the policy agenda. The recently adopted African Union Cyber Security and Data Protection Convention 2014, which is the first and currently the only single treaty across the globe to address data protection outside Europe, serves as an illustration of such interest. In addition, there are data protection frameworks at sub-regional levels for West Africa, East Africa and Southern Africa. Similarly, laws on protection of personal data are increasingly being adopted at national plane. Yet despite these data privacy law reforms there is very little literature about data privacy law in Africa and its recent developments. This book fills that gap."-- Back cover.
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xii, 169 pages : illustrations, charts ; 23 cm
  • Introduction: Proposition 13 and the transformation of California government / Jack Citrin
  • Californians' views of Proposition 13 thirty years after its passage / Mark DiCamillo
  • A watershed moment bridging FDR and Reagan / John Fund
  • Proposition 13 fever : how tax limitations spread / Isaac William Martin
  • Coping through California's budget crises in light of Proposition 13 and California's fiscal constitution / David Gamage
  • The evolution of Proposition 13 / David R. Doerr
  • Serrano and Proposition 13 : the importance of asking the right questions / William A. Fischel
  • Proposition 13 and residential mobility / Terri A. Sexton
  • Rethinking the fairness of Proposition 13 / Steven M. Sheffrin
  • Proposition 13 thirty years later : what has it meant for governance and public services? / Jean Ross
  • Proposition 13 as fiscal federalism reform / Kirk J. Stark
  • Conclusion: Proposition 13 thirty years after the revolution : what would Howard Jarvis say? / Joel Fox.
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x, 266 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
  • Introduction: Building the BASE
  • Finding time to write
  • The power of place
  • Rhythms and rituals
  • Learning to write
  • The craft of writing
  • The other tongue
  • Writing for others
  • Writing with others
  • Writing among others
  • The pleasure principle
  • Risk and resilience
  • Metaphors to write by
  • Conclusion: Raising the roof
  • Afterword: Beyond the house of writing.
This book is a guide for writers aspiring to become more productive and take greater pleasure in their craft. Helen Sword interviewed one hundred academics worldwide about their writing background and practices. Relatively few were trained as writers, she found, and yet all have developed strategies to thrive in their publish-or-perish environment. Sword identifies four cornerstones that anchor any successful writing practice: Behavioral habits of discipline and persistence; Artisanal habits of craftsmanship and care; Social habits of collegiality and collaboration; and Emotional habits of positivity and pleasure. Building on this "BASE, " she illuminates the emotional complexity of the writing process and exposes the lack of writing support typically available to early-career academics. She also lays to rest the myth that academics must produce safe, conventional prose or risk professional failure. The successful writers profiled here tell stories of intellectual passions indulged, disciplinary conventions subverted, and risk-taking rewarded. Grounded in empirical research and focused on sustainable change, Air & Light & Time & Space offers a customizable blueprint for refreshing personal habits and creating a collegial environment where all writers can flourish.-- Provided by publisher
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xlvii, 360 pages ; 26 cm
  • United States of America
  • England and Wales
  • Germany
  • European Union
  • Comparison : similarities and differences in the laws on attorney-client privilege
  • Seeking inspiration from judicial and administrative proceedings for the arbitral context
  • Applicable privilege standard in international commercial arbitration
  • Applicable privilege standard in investor-state arbitration and comparison with international commercial arbitration
  • Devising rules for attorney-client privilege in international arbitration : a draft proposal.
"Attorney-client privilege is often invoked as a defence in international arbitration proceedings however the participants often have very different expectations regarding the applicable privilege standard, as national attorney-client privilege laws vary widely between jurisdictions. This is complicated by the fact that institutional arbitral rules do not include provisions on the scope of attorney-client privilege, nor do they outline the conflict of laws issues determining the applicable national privilege law. The applicable level of privilege is therefore left to the discretion of the arbitral tribunal. Drawing on interviews with more than thirty leading international arbitration practitioners and extensive academic research, this book...[provides guidance] to arbitral tribunals regarding the determination of the applicable attorney-client privilege standard. It compares attorney-client privilege in key common and civil law jurisdictions, analyses precedent from previous tribunals, and finally sets out proposed changes to the legal framework governing this area."-- Provided by publisher.
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lvi, 668 pages ; 24 cm
  • Core terminology : a fresh look
  • Subject matter jurisdiction
  • "Silver platter" scenarios
  • Extradition
  • Impediments I : legal standards and governmental factors
  • Impediments II : individual status and circumstances
  • Impediments III : inter-state relations and sensitivities
  • Initiatives, inducements, and interventions
  • Partial or redirected alternatives
  • Alternative I : reliance on immigration laws
  • Alternative II : informal law enforcement cooperation
  • Alternative III : unilateral measures
  • Judicial, diplomatic, and policy dimensions.
A novel and robust framework for the operational and legal analysis of recovering fugitives abroad, Bringing International Fugitives to Justice addresses how States, working alone, in cooperation, or with third-party intervention, strive to secure the custody of fugitives in order to bring them to justice - for prosecution or punishment purposes - while evaluating the lawfulness of those pursuit efforts. The book introduces redefined terms and new concepts to add precision to the discourse; sets forth comprehensive typologies, including of extradition arrangements and impediments; and provides a mapping to account for the full range of means and methods - extradition, collateral and remedial approaches to extradition, and full-scale and fallback alternatives to extradition -by which international fugitives can be retrieved. The study considers the judicial, diplomatic, and policy consequences of reliance on the more aggressive or controversial alternatives, proffering recommendations that, if adopted, could facilitate the recovery of fugitives while minimizing associated risks.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107129283 20170220
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x, 354 pages, 23 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Constitutional overview
  • Red origins : doing justice to Soviet constitutionalism
  • Natal chart : constituent influcence and processes
  • Super-presidents and superpowers
  • Talking shop or governing body : parliament
  • Honour in the breach : rights, courts, and justice
  • Plan to clan : transitions, economic, and social
  • Central Asia constitutions and central Asian difference : the regulation of pluralism.
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Book
209 pages ; 24 cm
  • Diritto alla cultura : un osservatorio sulla sostenibilità culturale / Paola Bilancia
  • Sul concetto di sostenibilità / Leonardo Salvemini
  • La sostenibilità culturale : un nuovo paradigma / Monica Amari
  • Un osservatorio sui rapporti tra stato costituzionale e società multiculturale / Corrado Caruso
  • Diritti culturali e multiculturalismo nello stato costituzionale / Filippo Scuto
  • La duplice natura dei diritti culturali / Francesca Sgrò
  • Tutela e valorizzazione della diversità culturale / Chiara Galbersanini
  • Patrimonio culturale : per una sostenibilità dell'identità nazionale ed europea / Silvia Sassi
  • Sostenibilità culturale e ragionevolezza scientifica nelle scelte "bio-giuridiche" : spunti di riflessione / Federico Gustavo Pizzetti
  • Diritto d'autore e sostenibilità culturale / Marco Orofino
  • I beni culturali immateriali : il futuro alle nostre spalle? / Davide Galliani
  • Memoria collettiva, identità e cultura nello stato democratico / Angela Di Gregorio
  • I diritti indigeni in America latina fra profili storici e dinamiche attuali / Marzia Rosti
  • La sostenibilità culturale negli Stati Uniti / Marco Sioli
  • Modello canadese di risposta al multiculturalismo / Giovanni Cavaggion
  • Tutela, valorizzazione e accesso alla cultura nelle costituzioni degli stati dell'Unione Europea / Caterina Filippini
  • La sostenibilità culturale fra livello locale e nazionale : alcune considerazioni di policy / Luciano M. Fasano.
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xxix, 277 pages ; 25 cm
  • 'Mediation' : elephant or heffalump?' / Kevin Avruch
  • Rememberance of pleasures past : reflections of a practioner
  • The future of mediation worldwide : legal and cultural variations in the uptake of or resistance to mediation / Carrie Menkel-Meadow
  • Two failed mediations and the lessons learnt from them / Michael Hwang
  • Challenging the status quo / John Sturrock
  • Elder mediation : context, opportunities and challenges / Dale Bagshaw
  • Munich, majors and mediation / Peter Wallensteen
  • Collaborative dispute resolution assistance for refugees, internally displaced persons and host communities / Christopher Moore
  • The roles of culture : Muslim country leaders, NGOs, and European small-country leaders as international mediators in Southeast Asia / Bruce E. Barnes
  • Rocks on the road : inside the pandora's box of culture / Peter S. Adler
  • Social mediation forms in France / J.-P. Bonafé-Schmitt
  • Embedding mediation and dispute resolution into statutory civil law : the example of Germany / Thomas Trenczek & Serge Loode
  • The HOW and the WHAT : precise conflict resolution in complex processes through the example of the mediation, "Zukunft Landwehrkanal Berlin" (Future Landwehrkanal Berlin) / Beate Voskamp & Stefan Kessen
  • Digital conflict and digital justice / Ethan Katsh & Orna Rabinovich-Einy
  • Leaving disputants to their own devices : the vulnerable potential of mobile access to justice / Ian Macduff
  • The alchemy of mediation : aesthetic wisdom for a fragmented age / Nadja Alexander & Michelle LeBaron.
"Across a range of jurisdictions, in differing legal systems, mediation is achieving ever-greater institutional and statutory force, and what not long ago was a marginal technique for dispute resolution is becoming mainstream and orthodox. But how firm a sense do we have about the social formation we call ‘mediation’? Through reflections and case histories, this...collection of essays by experienced mediators from across the globe provides a clearer understanding than we have had heretofore of what mediation is and what it can offer as a practical, accessible and positive alternative in civil justice systems. The authors each address ways mediation has been or can be applied to dispute resolution in such pressing contexts as the following: enduring and intense conflicts; planning and environmental issues; conflicts arising between refugee and ‘host’ communities; elder care; intercultural settings; online communication; science-based disputes; and public policy disputes. The questions raised as to access to justice, identifying unmet needs, improving the provision of services, and fostering an ongoing conversation on mediation go well beyond the confines of commercial dispute resolution and the walls of courtrooms."-- Back cover.
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Book
lxii, 868 pages ; 25 cm
  • Einführung
  • System des Denkmalschutzes
  • Denkmalbegriff
  • Denkmalpflege
  • Eigentumsgrundrecht und Denkmalschutz
  • Zumutbarkeit im Denkmalrecht
  • Organisation, Zuständigkeiten, Verfahren
  • Denkmalschutz im Planungs- und Baurecht
  • Denkmalpflege
  • Projektmanagement und Projektfinanzierung.
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viii, 267 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • History of POW treatment in the United States: from the Revolutionary War to the Korean War
  • Modern POW treatment in the United States : the Vietnam War, the Geneva Conventions, and the pre-9/11 era
  • POW treatment and lawyers
  • POW treatment and policy makers
  • POW treatment and interrogators
  • Implications and recommendations.
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vi, 1019 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction: An alternative perspective on human rights
  • The perspective of dynamic humanism
  • Religious values, normative precepts, and human rights
  • Human rights trends in the Western history of ideas
  • Ideological contributions of Celtic freedom and individualism to human rights
  • Dynamic humanism and the human rights struggle
  • Globalization, dynamic humanism, and human rights activism
  • Emotion : love, hate, and the human rights' boundaries of the law
  • Slavery, tolerated exploitation, and human trafficking
  • Contextualizing genocide, apartheid, racism, mass murder
  • Contextualizing torture
  • Toward an affection process of human rights
  • Family, gender, sexual orientation, human rights, and the affection process
  • Human rights and socio-economic justice
  • Intellectual property and human rights
  • Truth, reconciliation, and the fragility of heroic activism
  • Transitional justice : the moral foundations of trials and commissions in social and political transformation
  • Peace, justice and transition in Colombia
  • Human rights, eco-community survival, bio-piracy and indigenous peoples
  • Human rights and nuclear weapons
  • The development of human rights and private sector enforcement : the United states experience.
"This book emphasizes a forgotten aspect of human rights, i.e., to establish that human rights captures its meaning from human activism and advocacy. It explores factors which drive the advocacy of human rights integrating religious values reflected in human rights law. The book explores human rights activism in the history of ideas and the contributions of Celtic culture. It develops the framework for understanding the human rights struggle and the advocacy functions which drive it, exploring the critical role of emotion in the form of sentiment, either positive or negative, that promotes or prevents human rights violations. The negative sentiment chapter explores the major forms of human rights violations. Positive sentiment explores the role of affect, empathy and human solidarity in the promotion of the culture of human rights. Further chapters explore affect, gender, and sexual orientation, human rights and socio-economic justice, human rights and revolution, transitional justice, indigenous human rights, nuclear weapons and intellectual property."-- Back cover.
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Book
v, 178 pages ; 24 cm
  • Lincoln : an imperial president? / David K. Nichols
  • The administrative state and the imperial presidency : then and now / Adam J. White
  • Constitutional structure, political history, and the invisible Congress / Andrew Rudalevige
  • Can the Supreme Court check abuses of executive power? / Ralph A. Rossum
  • Going to war : the constitutional and strategic roots of the imperial presidency / Gary J. Schmitt
  • The presidency and the new "bully pulpit" / James W. Ceaser
  • The imperial executive in constitutional democracy : exploring the powers-duties distinction / Joseph M. Bessette.
"Time and again, in recent years, the charge has been made that sitting presidents have behaved 'imperially, ' employing authorities that break the bounds of law and the Constitution. It is now an epithet used to describe presidencies of both parties. [This book] examines this critical issue from a variety of perspectives: analyzing the president's role in the administrative state, as commander-in-chief, as occupant of the modern 'bully pulpit, ' and, in separate essays, addressing recent presidents' relationship with Congress and the Supreme Court. The volume also deepens the discussion by taking a look back at Abraham Lincoln's expansive use of executive power during the Civil War where the tension between law and necessity were at their most extreme, calling into question the 'rule of law' itself. The volume concludes with an examination of how the Constitution's provision of both 'powers and duties' for the president can provide a roadmap for assessing the propriety of executive behavior."-- Back cover.
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Book
xi, 316 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: Judges and journalists and the spaces in-between / David Taras
  • Judicial communication : (re)constructing legitimacy in Argentina / Druscilla Scribner
  • The Australian High Court, speaking for itself, but not tweeting / Rachel Spencer
  • Uncommon transparency : the Supreme Court, media relations, and public opinion in Brazil / Matthew Ingram
  • The 'uncomfortable embrace' : the Supreme Court and the media in Canada / Susan Harada
  • Germany : the Federal Constitutional Court and the media / Christina Holtz-Bacha
  • The Supreme Court and media in Ghana's Fourth Republic : an analysis of rulings and interactions between two estates of the realm / Winston Tettey
  • The puzzle of judicial communication in Indonesia : the media, the court, and the Chief Justice / Stefanus Hendrianto
  • Carping, criticizing, and circumventing : judges, the Supreme Court, and the media in Israel / Bryna Bogoch
  • Judicial communication in South Korea : moving toward a more open system? / Ahran Park and Kyu Ho Youm
  • Changing the channel : broadcasting deliberations in the Mexican Supreme Court / Francisca Pou
  • Norway : managed openness and transparency / Eric N. Waltenburg, Gunnar Grendstad and William R. Shaffer
  • Judicial institutional change and court communication innovations : the case of the UK Supreme Court / Les Moran
  • Symbiosis : the US Supreme Court and the journalists who cover it / Richard Davis.
A key intermediary between courts and the public are the journalists who monitor the actions of justices and report their decisions, pronouncements, and proclivities. Justices and Journalists: The Global Perspective is the first volume of its kind - a comparative analysis of the relationship between supreme courts and the press who cover them. Understanding this relationship is critical in a digital media age when government transparency is increasingly demanded by the public and judicial actions are the subject of press and public scrutiny. Richard Davis and David Taras take a comparative look at how justices in countries around the world relate to the media, the interactive points between the courts and the press, the roles of television and the digital media, and the future of the relationship.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159983 20170306
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296 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: Ignorance and the community of knowledge
  • What we know
  • Why we think
  • How we think
  • Why we think what isn't so
  • Thinking with our bodies and the world
  • Thinking with other people
  • Thinking with technology
  • Thinking about science
  • Thinking about politics
  • The new definition of smart
  • Making people smart
  • Making smarter decisions
  • Conclusion: Appraising ignorance and illusion.
"Humans have built hugely complex societies and technologies, but most of us don’t even know how a pen or a toilet works. How have we achieved so much despite understanding so little? [The authors] argue that we survive and thrive despite our mental shortcomings because we live in a rich community of knowledge. The key to our intelligence lies in the people and things around us. We’re constantly drawing on information and expertise stored outside our heads: in our bodies, our environment, our possessions, and the community with which we interact—and usually we don’t even realize we’re doing it. The human mind is both brilliant and pathetic. We have mastered fire, created democratic institutions, stood on the moon, and sequenced our genome. And yet each of us is error prone, sometimes irrational, and often ignorant. The fundamentally communal nature of intelligence and knowledge explains why we often assume we know more than we really do, why political opinions and false beliefs are so hard to change, and why individually oriented approaches to education and management frequently fail. But our collaborative minds also enable us to do amazing things. This book contends that true genius can be found in the ways we create intelligence using the world around us."-- Book jacket flap.
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16. Language rights [2017]

Book
xiii, 645 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
  • The world's languages in crisis / Michael Krauss
  • The changing linguistic ecology of the Pacific region / Peter Mühlhäusler
  • Why something should be done / Daniel Nettle and Suzanne Romaine
  • Linguistic, cultural and biological diversity / Luisa Maffi
  • The ecology of language revival / John Edwards
  • Language policy and the ecological turn / Alistair Pennycook
  • Human rights and language wrongs : a future for diversity? / Tove Skutnabb-Kangas
  • English only worldwide or language ecology? / Robert Phillipson and Tove Skutnabb-Kangas
  • Globalizing English : are linguistic human rights an alternative to linguistic imperialism? / Robert Phillipson
  • Class, ethnicity and language rights : an analysis of British colonial policy / Janina Brutt-Griffler
  • Language rights : moving the debate forward / Stephen May
  • Language and ethnic minority rights / Lionel Wee
  • Survey article : the justification of minority language rights / Alan Patten
  • A liberal democratic approach to language justice / David Laitin and Rob Reich
  • The language of democracy : vernacular or Esperanto? : a comparison between the multiculturalist and cosmopolitan perspectives / Daniele Archibugi
  • Cosmopolitanism and global English : language politics in globalisation debates / Peter Ives
  • Contesting public monolingualism and diglossia : rethinking political theory and language policy for a multilingual world / Stephen May
  • Language rights as an integral part of human rights / Fernand de Varennes
  • Minority language rights in international law / Robert Dunbar
  • Language rights : the "Cinderella" human right / Stephen May
  • Language policy, language education, language rights : indigenous, immigrant and international perspectives / Nancy Hornberger
  • Native American languages in and out of the safety zone, 1492-2012 / Teresa McCarty
  • African mother-tongue programmes and the politics of language : linguistic citizenship versus linguistic human rights / Christopher Stroud
  • Multilingualism of the unequals and predicaments of education in India : mother tongue or other tongue? imagining multilingual schools / Ajit Mohanty.
"This reference volume brings together...contributions that have shaped the field of language rights over the last 40 years. Work in language rights is particularly concerned with the rights of minority language speakers in modern nation-states. It also encompasses related discussions on language endangerment, the maintenance of bilingualism and multilingualism, the role of education, and the impact of English as the current world language in an increasingly globalized world. As such, the field of language rights is also strongly interdisciplinary, drawing on work in language policy, sociolinguistics, political theory, law and education - all key disciplinary areas that are represented in this volume. It is also avowedly international, with discussion in this volume of contexts that span Europe, Africa, Asia, the Americas and Oceania/the Pacific region. The various contributions in this volume also address a range of linguistic minority groups, including Indigenous peoples, national minorities, and migrant groups. This volume is relevant to a wide range of students and scholars interested in issues of language endangerment, linguistic justice, language and citizenship, human rights, Indigenous studies, language education, bilingualism and multilingualism, and English as a world language."-- Provided by publisher.
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xli, 742 pages ; 24 cm
  • Definition of mutual recognition in criminal matters
  • Genesis
  • Methodology
  • Principles of mutual recognition measures
  • European arrest warrant (surrender procedure)
  • Mutual recognition of custodial sentences and measures involving deprivation of liberty
  • Mutual recognition of probation measures and alternative sanctions
  • Mutual recognition of financial penalties
  • Mutual recognition of confiscation orders
  • European supervision order in pre-trial procedures (mutual recognition of supervision measures as an alternative to provisional detention)
  • European investigation order (free movement of evidence)
  • European protection order (mutual recognition of protection orders)
  • Mutual recognition offences
  • Units facilitating and co-ordinating the mutual recognition
  • Strengthening procedural rights in criminal proceedings as a consequence of mutual recognition
  • Implementation of mutual recognition legislative instruments
  • Evaluation of mutual recognition measures.
"This book examines the mutual recognition of judicial decisions in European criminal law as a cornerstone of judicial co-operation in criminal matters in the European Union...[Combining] theoretical and practical aspects, it covers all of the major issues surrounding mutual recognition. The book analyses its definition, genesis, principles, case law, implementation and evaluation. Special attention is given to mutual recognition measures, namely European arrest warrant (i.e. surrender procedure), mutual recognition of custodial sentences, and measures involving deprivation of liberty, mutual recognition of probation measures and alternative sanctions, mutual recognition of financial penalties, mutual recognition of confiscation orders, the European supervision order in pre-trial procedures (i.e. mutual recognition of supervision measures as an alternative to provisional detention), the European investigation order (i.e. free movement of evidence), and the European protection order (i.e. mutual recognition of protection orders). Instead of focusing solely on a criminal law approach, the book also considers the subject from the perspectives of European Union law and International criminal law."-- Back cover.
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xvi, 494 pages ; 24 cm
  • Evaluation and the description of law
  • Images and objections
  • A basic form of good : knowledge
  • The other basic values
  • The basic requirements of practical reasonableness
  • Community, communities, and common good
  • Justice
  • Rights
  • Authority
  • Law
  • Obligation
  • Unjust laws
  • Nature, reason, God.
"[This] book closely integrates the philosophy of law with ethics, social theory and political philosophy and has offered generations of students and other readers...the central issues of practical philosophy from a perspective both new and in close continuity with a classical mainstream...The preliminary first part reviews a century of analytical jurisprudence to illustrate the dependence of every descriptive social science upon evaluations by the theorist. A fully critical basis for such evaluations is a theory of natural law. Standard contemporary objections to natural law theory are reviewed and shown to rest on serious misunderstandings. The second part develops in ten...structured chapters an account of: basic human goods and basic requirements of practical reasonableness, community and 'the common good'; justice; the logical structure of rights-talk; the bases of human rights, their specification and their limits; authority, and the formation of authoritative rules by non-authoritative persons and procedures; law, the rule of law, and the derivation of laws from the principles of practical reasonableness; the complex relation between legal and moral obligation; and the practical and theoretical problems created by unjust laws. A final part develops a vigorous argument about the relation between 'natural law', 'natural theology' and 'revelation'-between moral concern and other ultimate questions."-- Back cover.
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x, 425 pages ; 25 cm
  • Acknowledgments ix 1 Introduction 1 2 Poverty 23 3 Immigration 115 4 Campaign Finance 192 5 Affirmative Action 273 6 Religious Exemptions From Secular Public Policies 316 7 Conclusion 364 Notes 373 Index 419.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691167435 20170410
A unique primer on how to think intelligently about the thorniest public issues confronting us today Let's be honest, we've all expressed opinions about difficult hot-button issues without always thinking them through. With so much media spin, political polarization, and mistrust of institutions, it's hard to know how to think about these tough challenges, much less what to do about them. One Nation Undecided takes on some of today's thorniest issues and walks you through each one step-by-step, explaining what makes it so difficult to grapple with and enabling you to think smartly about it. In this unique what-to-do book, Peter Schuck tackles poverty, immigration, affirmative action, campaign finance, and religious objections to gay marriage and transgender rights. For each issue, he provides essential context; defines key concepts and values; presents the relevant empirical evidence; describes and assesses the programs that now seek to address it; and considers many plausible solutions. Schuck looks at all sides with scrupulous fairness while analyzing them rigorously and factually. Each chapter is self-contained so that readers may pick and choose among the issues that interest and concern them most. His objective is to educate rather than proselytize you--the very nature of these five issues is that they resist clear answers; reasonable people can differ about where they come out on them. No other book provides such a comprehensive, balanced, and accessible analysis of these urgent social controversies. One Nation Undecided gives you the facts and competing values, makes your thinking about them more sophisticated, and encourages you to draw your own conclusions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780691167435 20170410
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vii, 152 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Introduction / Yves Emery
  • Court managers and judges about "good" justice : their main expectations and how they fit with the perceptions of the Swiss population / Lorenzo Gennaro De Santis, Yves Emery
  • Quels freins culturels au management de la justice en Suisse? / Yves Emery, Lorenzo Gennaro De Santis
  • Richter führen : ist es möglich, und wie? : Chancen und Herausforderungen bei der dirckten Personalführung der Richterinnen und Richter / Vera Hertig, Yves Emery.
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