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CORRUPTION WILL MAKE SUPPRESSING PIRATES VERY DIFFICULT IN WEST AFRICA

The elephant in the room in West Africa, so to speak, and the suppression of piracy is corruption....more

Spratlys Idiosyncrasies : Does the Philippines Have What It Takes to Prevail Over China?

This write-up will not dwell on the political and military capability of the Philippines over a rising power such as China, but will provide a sketch of the relative legal merits of the Philippine claims over the Spratlys...more

The 2002 Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea

The 2002 Declaration on the Conduct of Parties in the South China Sea

Cognizant of the need to promote a peaceful, friendly and harmonious environment in the South China Sea between ASEAN and China for the enhancement of peace, stability, economic growth and prosperity in the region; Committed...more

THEOCRATIC STATES ARE INCOMPATIBLE WITH PLURALISM

In a pluralistic society, the diversity of racial or religious or ethnic or cultural groups is tolerated. In such society one person will be holding more than one benefice at a time, such as freedom press, freedom of speech,...more

Proposed US Defence Control Changes Aim to Resolve Conflicts with Canadian Human Rights Law

Canadian companies dealing in aerospace and military goods and technology have long struggled with requirements under the US International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITARs) that prohibit employees of certain nationalities...more

Universal Jurisdiction over slave trafficking under the Law of Nations as compared to the Law of the Sea Convention

While the law of nations and the Law of the Sea are in accord regarding the unacceptability of allowing slave trafficking on the high seas, the questions remain: who is capable of enforcing the law of nations and the Law of...more

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