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Globalism: People, Profits and Progress

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Edited by: Canadian Council on International Law

ISBN13: 9789041198990
ISBN: 9041198997
Published: November 2002
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Country of Publication: The Netherlands
Format: Hardback
Price: £106.00

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The Canadian Council on International Law was founded in 1972 by a group of some of Canada's leading and most distinguished scholars and practitioners in international law. The Council supports the development and exchange of ideas amongst a community of persons interested in international law, with particular focus on the Canadian perspective on international matters.

To this end, one of the major activities of the Council is to hold an annual conference.;The proceedings presented in this volume comprise a collection of essays on the theme Globalism: People, Profits And Progress. A wide range of subject areas are addressed, including humanitarian law, law of the sea, international trade law, international human rights law, international environmental law, and transnational crime.

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Public International Law, Other Jurisdictions , Canada
Panel A-1: Humanitarian Law. Subject: Humanitarian Intervention: Three Case Studies. Achieving Accountability and Reconciliation in Cambodia: A Case of Privatized Humanitarian Intervention; C. Etcheson. Sierra Leone: The Search for Peace, Justice and Reconciliation; S.E. Rowe. East Timor: A Case Study of Law and Order in Peace Operations; G. Day. Panel A-3: Law of the Sea. Subject: Shipping Law -- Places of Refuge. Law of the Sea: Places of Refuge; A. Blanco-Bazan. Panel Discussion: Notes; J.J. Young. The Salvage Operator's Role in the Issue of Places of Refuge; C. Hall. Luncheon Address. The U.S. Death Penalty Under International Scrutiny: Lessons from Ottawa, Strasbourg, and the Hague; S.L. Karamanian. Panel B-1: Trade and Investment Law. Subject: The New Regionalism. Regionalism In Trade and Investment Agreements; M. Irish. Banquet Address. The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: A Review of the First Five Years; H.E. Thomas, A. Mensha. Presentation of the Read Medal. Notes For Response to the Award of the John E. Read Medal; G.V. LaForest. Panel C-1: International Human Rights Law. Subject: The Past, Present and Future of Refuge Protection. International Refugee Law Under Strain: Preserving Space for Asylum; J. Kumin. The Protocol Against the Smuggling of Migrants: The Crowning of an Intense Cooperation on Migration Containment; F. Crepeau. Refugee Law is Not Immigration Law; J.C. Hathaway. Panel C-2: International Environmental law. Subject: Finding Common Ground -- The Role of the Principles of Common Concern and Common Heritage in the Protection of the Global Environment. ""Common Concerns of Humankind"" and National Sovereignty; F. Biermann. Panel D-2: Transnational Crime. (In conjunction with the I.O.I.C.). Subject: The New Palermo Convention. Script for the Presentation on the New Palermo Convention; K. Bell, G. Blackell. Canadian Council on International Law Policy Options Paper; J. Brunnee, et al. Index.