Published June 24, 2008
by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
About this book Introduction This volume develops a set of provocative themes: globalization is not new; it is neither legally inevitable nor irreversible; and international legal systems and institutions can assert only a special and limited influence on globalizing developments. Taming Globalization: International Law, the U.S. Constitution, and the New World Order: Ku, Julian, Yoo, John: : by: 4. Globalization imposes pressures on the traditional welfare state. This book examines these pressures, and responses to them, from the less familiar perspective of international law. The book deals with the role of the international level in securing or supplementing national welfare functions. Using an analytical framework and a methodology that combines international law with international relations, this book provides a twofold answer to this question. First, it demonstrates that the normative integration of foreign investors' responsibilities in international investment law is fragmented and consistent with the interests of the most powerful actors.
International Law is the definitive and authoritative text on the subject, offering Shaw's unbeatable combination of clarity of expression and academic rigour and ensuring both understanding and critical analysis in an engaging and authoritative style. A vast network of international law and dozens of international organizations make globalization possible. Treaties and other types of agreements among countries set rules for international trade and finance, such as the GATT; foster cooperation on. But globalization is changing the contours of law and creating new global legal institutions and norms. The International Criminal Court promises to bring to justic odious public offenders based on a worldwide criminal code, while inter-governmental cooperation increasingly brings to trial some of the most notorious international criminals. Globalization And Local Adaptation In International Trade Law. First published in Subjects. Foreign trade regulation, Dispute resolution (law), Globalization, Pacific area, :
Globalization increases worldwide technology, and the readability of fast, effective communication and consumption of popular products. Globalization links cultures and international relations on a variety of levels; economics, politically, socially, etc. International relations have used globalization to reach its goal: of understanding cultures. and Head of the Law Department at Middlesex University, London. He has published books on international law and is actively engaged in human rights discussions at inter-governmental, governmental and non-governmental levels. Md. Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan teaches law in the Department of Law, ASA University Bangladesh. Providing a panoramic and interdisciplinary perspective, this book explores the interrelations between globalization, borders, families and the law. It considers the role of international, multi-national and religious laws in shaping the lives of the millions of families that are affected by the opportunities and challenges created by globalization, and the ongoing resilience of national borders and cultural . International Law on the Academic Oxford University Press website Academic Skip to Books for Courses () Professional / Practitioner () Released This Month. New Titles (8) The Global Community Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence