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  • Doutrinas Essenciais Direito Internacional - Col. 6 Volumes

    Direito Internacional: Doutrinas Essenciais- Col. 6 Volumes

    avril 21, 2014

    New in our collection: Doutrinas Essenciais Direito Internacional – Col. 6 Volumes. Under the direction of renowned experts, this work is a vast legal encyclopedia on public and private international law in the Portuguese language. Rich source of information that meets all the requirements; access to specific and multidimensional issues that occupy the center of the main debates in international law today and count different reflections on the complexities formed by various profiles of the matter.

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  • Grondwet Festival (01)

    Constitution Festival, The Hague, 28-29 March 2014

    mars 26, 2014

    Saturday, 29 March 2014 marks the 200-year anniversary of the Dutch constitution, the oldest in the world after the U.S. constitution. On 28 and 29 March, The Hague will provide the setting for a grand scale event called the Constitution Festival (Grondwet Festival).
    Constitution Festival, The Hague, 28-29 March 2014

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  • Bibliotheek van het Vredespaleis viert 200 jaar Nederlandse Grondwet

    Bibliotheek van het Vredespaleis viert 200 jaar Nederlandse Grondwet

    mars 25, 2014

    On Saturday 29 March, the Netherlands will celebrate the 200-year anniversary of the 1814 Constitution. During the so-called Grondwetfestival (Constitution Festival) government buildings normally off limits to the public, like the Catshuis and Trêveszaal, will open especially for this occasion. The Peace Palace Library will also participate in this event with an interactive tour – in Dutch – explaining the relationship between the Dutch Constitution and international law. [Further information in Dutch]

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  • A Justification for Russia’s Intervention?

    A Justification for Russia’s Intervention?

    mars 7, 2014

    In the last week Russian military forces have occupied Crimea, the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula where the majority of the population is ethnic Russian and the Russian Black Sea Fleet is deployed in the city of Sevastopol. In the Russian constitution a few articles describe circumstances where a primacy of Russian constitutional law above international law may occur. How does Russia legally justify its intervention? Guest Blog by Anna K. Duszczyk.

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  • A Union of States and Citizens: The Emergence of a New Term in International Law

    A Union of States and Citizens: The Emergence of a New Term in International Law

    mars 1, 2013

    On June 28th 2011 Peter Kooijmans participated in a conference about the place of the EU in international law, which was held in the Academy Hall of the Peace Palace under the auspices of the T.M.C. Asser Instituut and the Carnegie Foundation. According to a blog on this website, one of the participants started the debate on the presumption that ‘the EU is a thing for which lawyers have no name’.

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  • Collection Grotius

    La Bibliothèque du Palais de la Paix à La Haye possède l’une des plus grandes collections au monde des œuvres de Hugo Grotius [1583-1645], le fondateur de la doctrine systématique moderne du droit international, universellement considéré comme le “Père du droit international”. La Bibliothèque, qui se trouve près du lieu où Grotius a été arrêté en 1618, est devenue le centre des recherches sur Grotius pour les universitaires du monde entier.

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  • The Influence of NGOs on International Law

    novembre 9, 2010

    From a traditional point of view, International Public Law has been understood as a set of rules produced by states in order to regulate relations between them. Since the end of the Cold War, the role of NGOs in international law is growing in importance and their activities are reaching the remotest parts of the world. In this blog, I will briefly discuss how NGOs have transformed international law as well as how they continue to contribute to the development of international law.

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