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International Legislation

International Institutions and the Chinese Red Cross Legislation

Childhood obesity: the case for binding international legislation

National Legislation for Prosecution of International Crimes in Kenya

Trusts, Trust Companies and IBC's feature significantly in Brunei's International Legislation

Legislation: Cook Islands International Trusts Act Amendment Act 1999

United Kingdom Legislation During 2001 Concerning Matters of International Law

The Application of International Legislation: Is the Federalisation of Anti-trafficking Legislation in Europe Working for Trafficking Victims?

Security Council Resolution 1540 to Combat WMD Terrorism: Effectiveness and Legitimacy in International Legislation

National Legislation Providing for the Prosecution and Punishment of International Crimes in Spain

Flexibility key to building Malta's trusts sector New legislation brings international opportunities

Recent legislation. Trade union recognition and staff associations - a breach of international labour standards?

Recent European Union Legislation and the International Nuclear Third Party Liability Regime - Conflicts, Problems and Solutions

Implementation of the new international standards in Swiss legislation on radon protection in dwellings

Part IV Stability and Change in International Law, Ch.XV Extension of Judicial Legislation by the Will of the Parties

Agreement between Bolivia and Spain for the Exchange of Public International Law and Comparative Legislation Publications, signed at La Paz, 20 October 1903

Agreement between Ecuador and Spain for the Exchange of Publications on International Law and Comparative Legislation, signed at Lima, 2 April 1904

Part II Key Risks and Disputes Associated with International Mining Projects, 11 The Impact of Anti-corruption Legislation and Trade Sanctions


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‘The term international legislation would seem to describe quite usefully both the process and the product of the conscious effort to make additions to, and changes in, the law of ...

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