Essays Tagged: "International law"


st and Genocidal acts such asthis have been going on for many years, and should not be tolerated.In international law, the crime of destroying, or committing conspiracy to destroy, a national, ethnic, ...

(4 pages) 149 0 3.8 Mar/1996

Subjects: Humanities Essays > Philosophy > Modern Philosophy

Law. An Overview

n creating potential boundaries for the behavior ofstates. This law is called the Law of Nations or international law.Patrick Moynihan, a senator from New York, has written a book on thissubject calle ... rk, has written a book on thissubject called On the Law of Nations. His book argues that states needinternational law to monitor their actions and to maintain order. Healso notes the frequent departur ...

(4 pages) 170 0 4.6 Oct/1996

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

The Validity of the Nuremburg Trials

at Nuremberg were a demonstration of the actions taken against individuals responsible for breaking international law. This essay will examine the validity of those trials as an objective means of pro ... testifying to such actions a strong case was brought against the Nazis. The trial had to defend the international laws created to inhibit such crimes. "It was that mixture of moralism and legalism whi ...

(7 pages) 118 0 3.0 Nov/1996

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law > Cases

Intellectual property copyright law

rmation divided into artistic property and industrial property. Regardless of the type of property, international law does not create Intellectual property, it only sets down guidelines for its unifor ... ark or copyright will have protection under the United States law. Copyrights can also be protected internationally.Copyright registration helps assure that the author will be the only person to profi ...

(3 pages) 298 0 2.2 Feb/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

A term paper on the comparasson between innocent until proven guilty vs. guilty until proven innocent, and the role of the prosecutor in the american judicaial system

fense on account of any act or omission which did not constitute a penal offense, under national or international law, at the time it was committed. Nor shall a heavier penalty be imposed than the one ...

(7 pages) 122 0 5.0 Mar/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

Effects of the incorporation of international law into the dynamics of organized anarchy and how power relationships are altered..

Describe the effects of the incorporation of international law into the dynamics of organized anarchy. How for example does this alter power rela ... cipants? Does it alter institutional arrangements and priorities?To understand the incorporation of international law, which is the body of rules that control or influence the rights of nations in rel ... problem, but within the structure is disorder and unpredictability of outcome.The incorporation of international law into the dynamics of organized anarchy shows somewhat the same picture of organize ...

(3 pages) 98 1 4.8 May/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Controversial Issues

This essay deals with licenses, privacy, email privacy, copiright and the problems about it.

Property Rights (copyright), Cyberspace Law, Privacy, Commerce, Computer Fraud, Hacking as well as International Law. Below are a few examples.Copyright lawTypically the primary means of affording le ... f "federal interest" computers and a misdemeanor for unauthorized trafficking in computer passwords.International LawWhenever issues affect more than one nation, typically the laws within a nation may ...

(4 pages) 463 3 4.5 May/2003

Subjects: Science Essays > Computer Science > Computer Ethics

Was Australia's participation in Iraq illegal?

legal. First, we will look at whether there is merit in the debate, in terms of the extent to which International resolutions influence Australian Law. Then, we will then further consider whether Aust ... constitutive law of the United Nations is its Charter, and its contents prescribe the conditions of international conflict for all its members. The question of whether war against Iraq is valid at int ...

(4 pages) 19 0 0.0 Nov/2003

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law > Issues

AN example where the bill of rights have been violated!

ies that define American society. There have been egregious violations of Constitutional rights and international law related to the government response to the attacks of one year ago. The Executive b ...

(2 pages) 76 2 3.6 Dec/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers

Iraq Conflict Speech (Pro War) -Written before the war.

R 687, which has included recent production of chemical and biological agents". This is a breach of international law and we must deal with this quickly as he can use these weapons within 45 minuets n ...

(2 pages) 72 1 1.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Current Issues

"How was the doctrine of supremacy developed by the European Court of Justice, and how was it interpreted by the UK courts?"

ussed."The European Court of Justice has consistently distanced the EU legal system from 'ordinary' international law." As this is arguably likely to cause problems within the EU regarding which law i ... r beyond this definition, which can be seen in the case of. R v Chief Constable of Sussex, ex parte International Traders Ferry LtdMonism and DualismMonism is the theory that national and internationa ...

(7 pages) 109 0 5.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: Law & Government Essays

Advantages and Disadvantages of Refugee Movements to both Recieving and Losing Countries

ergo a legal procedure in which the host country decides if he or she qualifies for refugee status. International law recognizes the right to seek asylum, but does not oblige states to provide it.In 1 ... an a million refugees fled into surrounding countries, there was a massive (but not very effective) international response. At a global scale this is usually what always happens as international inter ...

(8 pages) 64 0 3.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays

"In Our View, Therefore, Medical Law is a Subset of Human Rights Law" (Kennedy, I & A. Grubb. Medical Law 3rd edition (2000))

more attention in the medical profession and society. The UK government has committed itself under international law to the promotion of its citizen's health and the prevention of disease. Thus, the ...

(9 pages) 127 1 2.8 Mar/2004

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

Land right problems of the indigenous people in the last 234 years

er the continent. Today only one percent of Australians are indigenous people 1.In the 18th century international law recognized three ways of acquiring power over land: 1.) conquest; 2.) cession; and ... g power over land: 1.) conquest; 2.) cession; and 3.) ?terra nullius?. Terra nullius was defined by international law as land that was unoccupied or that was occupied by people without a legal represe ...

(4 pages) 88 0 4.0 Apr/2004

Subjects: Art Essays

What ideas about world peace were behind the formation of the League of Nations, and can they ever hope to be fulfilled?

The League of Nations Union (the League) was established in 1918 to "promote international cooperation and to achieve international peace and security" and operated until 1945. ... pproach to relations between states towards an idealist conception, which applies liberal theory to international relations. The League worked towards collective security, multilateral disarmament, re ... . The League worked towards collective security, multilateral disarmament, recognised and respected international law, and world government as means of attaining world peace. This paper will discuss t ...

(7 pages) 85 0 5.0 Apr/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > International Organizations & Conflicts

International Law and its Implication on the Modern State

Law on the international level is dependent on a states acceptance to be subject to the enforcement of laws. St ... nce to be subject to the enforcement of laws. States must be willing to subject themselves into the international legal process. In international law, there is no single enforcement mechanism, which s ... is no single enforcement mechanism, which sometimes causes individuals to question the validity of international law. They question whether international law is a fundamental requirement of a modern, ...

(6 pages) 238 0 4.7 Apr/2004

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Law

Sovereignty: Does it Exist?

nomical and cultural rights. Some question whether sovereignty remains a viable concept. In current international law, as in classical international law, a state's sovereignty is not absolute. A state ... taken into account. The only difference is that now, because of globalization and the expansion of International Governmental Organizations, a state's actions may have adverse results on many other s ...

(6 pages) 111 1 4.5 Apr/2004

Subjects: Law & Government Essays > Military & International Conflicts & Security

Internet Concern on Public Policy Issue

try or one single state but it involve to all the countries in the world. Then it is fall in to the international law and policy issue. And different country has different law. Some might very strict ... m but US laws cannot force them down because they are not located in the US! And again, no such the international laws to cover on this part yet. Even though, having the law but it will be very diffic ...

(3 pages) 137 0 4.1 Jul/2004

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers

Should the Death Penalty be Abolished?

utting down a tree. Because of the severity, the crimes were reduced to over 100 in 1823.Current LawInternational law states that capital punishment cannot be used for people, who were under 18 at the ...

(4 pages) 1733 2 4.2 Jul/2004

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Controversial Issues

Female pirates in the Caribbean: role status and Contribution.

Piracy, in international law, the crime or robbery, or other act of violence for private ends, on the high seas ...

(11 pages) 31 1 4.0 Nov/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers