Vol 3, No 1 (2014)

International Law Research, Vol. 3, No. 1, 2014, e-Version First TM

Table of Contents

Articles

Criminal Enforcement in the Area of Female Genital Mutilation in France, England and the Netherlands: A Comparative Law Perspective PDF
Renée Kool, Sohail Wahedi p1
The Implications of Harmonization of European Contract Law on International Business Practice PDF
Katarzyna Jagodzinska p16
The Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the GCC Countries: Focus on Kuwait PDF
Saad Badah p24
Harassment in the Workplace: Context as Indicator PDF
Marié McGregor p38
The Competition between Legal Orders PDF
Anne Peters p45
Legal Analyses of the Compatibility of Anti-Dumping under the WTO in Contrast with Islamic Law and Saudi Arabia’s Domestic Law PDF
Abdullah M. Mattar p66
Innovation in the Standard of Globalization Sukuk PDF
Saad Ali Aljloud p82
Emergence of Studies into Contemporary International Law with Regard to Rules and Principles for Peace-making: From the Perspective of Diachronic Analyses of Diplomatic Negotiations after the World Wars PDF
Keisuke Minai p86
European Legal Doctrine Concerning Criminal Liability of Sports Participants for Sports-Related Injuries and Its Reflection in the Czech Republic PDF
Michal Kralik p123
Strengthening Participation Rights of Children and Young People with Disabilities in Europe PDF
Susana Navas Navarro p136
Operationalizing International Humanitarian Law: A Decision-Making Process Model for Assessing State Practice PDF
Matthew T. Zommer p150
“Feeling Almost like Everyone Else” – Israel’s Electronic Monitoring Program: Perceptions and Attitudes among Released Prisoners and Their Supervisors PDF
Efrat Shoham, Rotem Efodi, Shirley Yehosha-Stern p159


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