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Reputational Privacy and the Internet: A Matter for Law?
Reputation - we all have one. We do not completely comprehend its workings and are mostly unaware of its import until it is gone. When we lose it, our traditional laws of defamation, privacy, and breach of confidence rarely ...
The Globalization of Crime Control: The Use of Non-criminal Justice Responses for Countering Organized Crime
This thesis examines domestic authorities’ use of non-criminal justice responses to counter organized crime. Examples of responses used to counter outlaw motorcycle gangs in Canada, Germany, and Iceland are provided. These ...
Migrant Construction and Domestic Workers in the Arab Gulf States: Modern - Day Slaves?
This thesis examines the conditions of migrant construction and domestic workers in the Arab Gulf. I explore literatures on migrant labour, precariousness, and slavery. I also look at international and domestic legal ...
Through The Looking Glass: Transparency in the WTO
This thesis discusses transparency as a principle in the World Trade Organization. Transparency is used in many contexts within the organization in order to describe phenomena ranging from Agreement provisions to soft law ...
Rights and Responsibilities: What are the Prospects for the Responsibility to Protect in the International/Transnational Arena?
The dissertation involves a study of the emerging international norm of ‘The Responsibility to Protect’ which states that citizens must be protected in cases of human atrocities, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and genocide ...
The Responsibility of the International Community to Protect Syrian Citizens
The responsibility to protect (R2P) doctrine allows the international community to intervene for humanitarian purposes in events of massive violations of human rights. However, the legality of humanitarian intervention has ...