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Comments on English Ecclesiastical Law and Related Subjects by Philip Jones | ecclesiasticallaw Comments on English Ecclesiastical Law and Related Subjects by Philip Jones | ecclesiasticallaw My name is Philip Jones. I maintain this blog solely out of interest in the subject of ecclesiastical law and governance. All the comments, hence any errors of fact or law therein, are mine alone. Some of the comments are based on unpublished papers written many years ago, but I have tried to update them to take account of any relevant changes in the law. I have tried to keep repetitions to a minimum, but no doubt they do occur. Any readers of this blog should be aware that it offers only comments on ecclesiastical law, not legal advice.
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Areas of private international law [The figures in square brackets refer to the number of the relevant Convention] International Protection of Children Protection of Children (1996) - [34] Child Abduction (1980) - [28] Adoption - Co-operation (1993) - [33] Recovery of Maintenance (2007) [38] Protocol on Maintenance (2007) [39] Maintenance Obligations (Applicable Law) (1973) - [24] Maintenance Obligations (Enforcement) (1973) - [23] Maintenance Obligations - Children (Applicable Law) (1956) - [08] Maintenance Obligations - Children (Enforcement) (1958) - [09] Protection of Minors (1961) - [10] Adoption (1965) - [13] International Protection of Adults Protection of Adults (2000) - [35] Areas of private international law
The Tallinn Manual on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Warfare, written at the invitation of the Centre by an independent ‘International Group of Experts’, is the result of a three-year effort to examine how extant international law norms apply to this ‘new’ form of warfare. The Tallinn Manual pays particular attention to the jus ad bellum, the international law governing the resort to force by States as an instrument of their national policy, and the jus in bello, the international law regulating the conduct of armed conflict (also labelled the law of war, the law of armed conflict, or international humanitarian law). Related bodies of international law, such as the law of State responsibility and the law of the sea, are dealt within the context of these topics. The Tallinn Manual is not an official document, but instead an expression of opinions of a group of independent experts acting solely in their personal capacity. CCD COE - The Tallinn Manual CCD COE - The Tallinn Manual
The Geography of Self Determination Tupac Enrique Acosta When the United Nations passed General Assembly resolution 1514 in 1960, declaring “All peoples have the right of self determination”, one of the arguments put forward by the member states of the UN was to clothe the concept of territorial integrity of the states themselves as being protected under the same principle. UNPFIP Network: The Geography of Self Determination UNPFIP Network: The Geography of Self Determination
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Globalization and Autonomy Globalization and Autonomy Julie Sunday, McMaster University In general terms, self-determination is the right of a national group to be sovereign within a given territory. Although this definition appears to be straightforward, applying it consistently has proved extremely difficult. Are only nation-states allowed to be self-determining or are national minorities within states also entitled to self-determination?
From the slums of Kenya and refugee camps of Lebanon to the sugar plantations of the Dominican Republic and the far reaches of Bangladesh, men, women and children across the world have found themselves living without citizenship rights. Rejected by their countries of birth and unwelcome everywhere else, they are called by international rights organizations “the stateless.” Their predicaments change depending on time and place. But many cannot access health care, go to school or join the formal economy; others cannot obtain the documents necessary for functioning in society, such as a birth certificate, a passport or a driver’s license. These people are not refugees; in fact, they often have deep roots in their home countries. Statelessness in Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Kenya Statelessness in Bangladesh, Dominican Republic, Kenya
List of former United States citizens who relinquished their nationality This is a list of notable United States citizens who voluntarily relinquished their nationality . It includes only people who completed the process of relinquishment . The main list excludes public figures who may have indicated their intent to do so, but never formally completed the process; see below for a list of such cases. This list also excludes those who were involuntarily stripped of their citizenship . [ edit ] List Key of reasons To take or run for a position in a foreign government.
Exile The First Night in Exile-This painting comes from a celebrated series illustrating one of Hinduism’s great epics, the Ramayana. It tells the story of the prince Rama, who is wrongly exiled from his father’s kingdom, accompanied only by his wife and brother. Exile means to be away from one's home (i.e. city, state or country), while either being explicitly refused permission to return and/or being threatened with imprisonment or death upon return. It can be a form of punishment and solitude.[1] It is common to distinguish between internal exile, i.e., forced resettlement within the country of residence, and external exile, deportation outside the country of residence.[2] Although most commonly used to describe an individual situation, the term is also used for groups (especially ethnic or national groups), or for an entire government.
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Thomas Jolley Thomas Glenn Jolley (January 26, 1944 – March 20, 2014) was an anti-Vietnam War protester who renounced his U.S. citizenship in Canada. His move made him one of a small number of former Americans who voluntarily made themselves stateless as a form of political protest. Soon after his renunciation, Jolley crossed back into the U.S. and began working in Florida. A U.S. federal court ruled that he was deportable, but the Immigration and Naturalization Service could not actually deport him to Canada because he had lost his Canadian landed immigrant status. He died in Asheville, North Carolina at the age of 70. Early life and renunciation[edit]
On asylum and refugees, it’s time to open a new conversation... By Russell Hargrave Think small to light up rural Africa By Henrietta Miers Last week, Malawi’s president declared: “Let there be light in every home.” Statelessness
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The law of nations: an introduction to the international law of peace - James Leslie Brierly
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The legal effects of recognition in international law as interpreted by the ... - John Gaines Hervey, United States. Courts, University of Pennsylvania. William Guggenheim fund
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