united nations charter article 55
When the Levee Breaks: Climate Change, Rising Seas, and the Loss of Island Nation Statehood.
...By using the United Nations (UN) Trusteeship system as a framework ... of international law contained in the UN Charter, the international community can mitigate the ...' as the "central criterion for statehood." (55) Capacity is thus often simply a consequence of ...(196) Specifically, Article 5 of the UN Convention on the Rights of ...
Questioning the Criminal Justice Imperative: UN Security Council Procedure and the Downside of Chapter VII Decision Making for the Adjudication of International Crimes.
Security Council - United Nations--Procedural Fairness--Working ...(2) . I begin this article by describing elements of procedural fairness dent under the UN Charter and the provisional rules of procedure of the ...(55) It justified the haste on the grounds that the ...
Preambles in treaty interpretation.
...(114) Thus, although article 31 places no inherent limit on preambles' power, ... of a series of regulations enacted by the United States requiring the use of Turtle Excluder ... contemporary concerns of the community of nations about the protection and conservation of the ...Charter following the end of World War II. . Efforts to .... (55) The Court recently took a similar approach to ...
Chapter III. Selected decisions, recommendations and reports of a legal character by the
United Nations and related inter-governmental organizations
A. Decisions, recommendations and reports of a legal character by the United Nations United Nations General Assembly--twenty-fifth session 1. Celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the United N Uions (agenda item 21) Resolution [2627 (XXV)] adopted by the General Assembly 51 2. (a) Question of the reservation exclusively for peaceful purpc ses of the seabed and the ocean floor, and...
- Use of Unmanned Systems to Combat Terrorism
- Law and Investment in Jordan. The Legal Environment of Business after WTO accession, the Bilateral Investment Treaty and Free Trade Agreement with the
Humanitarian intervention at the margins: an examination of recent incidents.
...This Article challenges this viewpoint. It does so by ... states have submitted letters to the United Nations justifying military action against ISIL ... of self-defense under Article 51 of the Charter of the United Nations. (3) Four of the letters ...(55) . On the whole, the position of the U.N. ...
Chinese immigrants in Cuba repository collection.
... important role of Overseas Chinese in the United States, but significant numbers of Chinese also ...The resulting treaties allowed Western nations, especially the British, special trading rights ... Melikian Collection is a Chinese language charter for a Chinese mutual-aid association in 1872. The ... translated and contextualized in a recent article by Margaret Mih Tillman. She argues that this ...(55) In Louisiana, Chee Kung Tong members joined ...
THE CONSTITUTIONAL PUBLIC TRUST DOCTRINE.
...Case law interpreting the PTD in the United States dates from the early nineteenth century to ... the regulation of commerce with foreign nations and among the States. (25) Typically, courts ...(46) For example, Article XI, section 1 of Hawaii's Constitution states: . ...(55) . The structural role of the constitutional PTD ... so far as it has been modified by the charters, constitutions, statutes or usages of the several ...
The emerging right to communal intellectual property.
... Property in Africa and the African Charter on Human and Peoples' Rights II. DIFFICULT ...The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous ...This article addresses the extent to which national and ...(55) Of particular importance in the context of this ...
A Portfolio Theory of Foreign Affairs: U.S. Relations with the Muslim World
I. Introduction - II. Portfolio managers and stakeholders - A. Portfolio Managers - B. General and Special Stakeholders - III. Portfolio management - A. Portfolio Objectives - B. Portfolio Tools - C. Regulatory Agencies - IV. Vested portfolios - A. People’s Portfolios - B. Select Portfolios - C. Management Portfolios - 1. Statutory Portfolios - 2. Executive Portfolios - V. Conclusion
"Rugged vaginas" and "vulnerable rectums": the sexual identity, epidemiology, and law of the global HIV epidemic.
...In this Article, I examine how epidemiology and human rights ... gay men's health response to HIV in the United States laid a foundation for gay identity ... in the Third Globalization: United Nations (UN) Decade on Women from 1975-1985 . The UN ... into the economies of developing countries." (55) In 1974, the United States Agency for ... women's equality as a priority: "[T]he Charter of the United Nations reaffirms faith in ...
After Alyosha: Baltic Citizenship Requirements Twenty Years After the Fall of Soviet Communism
I. Introduction - II. Historical context - III. Citizenship - theory and substance - A. Jus Soli - B. Jus Sanguinis - C. The Human Rights Model as an Alternative Approach - D. International Case Law - E. Conclusion - IV. Baltic citizenship laws - A. Estonian Naturalization Requirements - B. Latvian Naturalization Requirements - C. Lithuanian Naturalization Requirements - V. Baltic states’ human...
Chapter II. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations
A. Treaty provisions concerning the legal status of the United Nations 1. Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the United Nations. Approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 13 February 1946 9 2. Agreements relating to installations and meetings (a) Cooperation Agreement between the United Nations and the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand concerning the...
...Article I. EstablishmEnt and status of thE intErnational ... and the provisions of paragraph 55 of this agreement shall apply;. (b) ... in mind the relevant provisions of the charter of the united nations (hereinafter the ...
Chapter VIII. Decisions of national tribunals
A. The Netherlands 1. Judgment of the Court of Appeal of The Hague, LJN: BA 2778 (15 March 2007) 505 2. Judgment of the Court of Appeal of The Hague, LJN: BC 1757 (17 December 2007) 505 A. The United Kingdom B. The United Kingdom 1. Judgment of the House of Lords: R (on the application of Al-Jedda) v. Secretary of State for Defence (12 December 2007) 505 ANNEX: Chart of the United Nations 51
... according to the Headquarters Agreement Article 4, the OPCW enjoys immunity from any form of ... jurisdiction of national courts—Charter of the United Nations— State’s obligations ... agrees with the Court (grounds for judgement 55) that at the time there was no thought of ...
Founding-era jus ad bellum and the domestic law of treaty withdrawal.
...: "[H]ostilities may subsist between two nations more confined in its nature and extent; being ...First, Article I vests in Congress the power to grant letters of ... war," which authorized on behalf of the United States the use of force on a smaller scale than ...Charter (169)--and contemporary jus ad helium identifies ... United States: Diplomatic Papers, 1939, at 558, 558-59 (1955))- Sale V. Haitian Centers Council, ...
...(10) . This Article focuses on criminal antitrust law. (11) Section ...In Chicago Board of Trade v. United States, the Court provided the classic definition ...(55) Over time, and with changes in economic thought, ... between the United States and foreign nations when President Clinton signed into law the ... for forfeiture of a company's corporate charter or restrict a violator's right to do business in ...
REDISCOVERING CORFIELD V. CORYELL.
... is a privilege within the meaning of this article of the Constitution. ---Justice Bushrod ... right of citizenship, (17) though the United States still struggles to reconcile that right ... the commercial intercourse between nations.. in all its branches, and is regulated by ... as are secured to their own citizens." (55) "[I]t would," the court explained, "be going ...at 553. Corfield examined the royal charters setting the state's boundaries and some relevant ...
561 U.S. 1 (2010), 08-1498, Holder v. Humanitarian Law Project
.... Nos. 08-1498, 09-89. . United" States Supreme Court . June 21, 2010 . . \xC2"... PKK members to petition the United Nations and other representative bodies for relief; and ... challenge to §2339B is a justiciable Article III case or controversy. Plaintiffs face "a ...Williams, 553 U.S. 285, 304, 128 S.Ct. 1830, 170 L.Ed.2d 650. ... States ordained and established that charter of government in part to "provide for the common ...
PUBLIC RIGHTS AFTER OIL STATES ENERGY.
... jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of the United States. But as the decision in Oil States last ... and analytical jurisprudence, this Article distinguishes the three concepts and examines how ...(55) Also, Congress has never abrogated the ... jus gentium, the positive laws that all nations were thought to share in common, but which ... and Edward I later confirmed the Forest Charter. (277) But by then, the idea of royal franchises ...
'A Force for Peace': Expanding the role of the UN Secretary-General under Trygve Lie, 1946-1953.
The UN Charter describes him or her merely as the "chief ...This article challenges that story on two accounts: first, by ... 2017, ANTONIO GUTERRES TOOK OFFICE AS THE UNITED Nation's ninth Secretary-General (SG) at the ... symbol and embodiment of the United Nations," (14) who "alone symbolizes and speaks for the ...(55) Seeking to increase the legitimacy of the ...
The dynamic incorporation of foreign law and the constitutional regulation of federal lawmaking.
..., and it remains the mother tongue in the United States today. Foreign countries similarly use ... be identifiable as a "law." Yet, foreign nations may define their "law" to embrace edicts with no ... constitution, federal or state, which charters those governments. (218) Legislatures enact ... displayed a willingness to enforce the Article I Vesting Clause, but the Court abandoned that ...U. L. Rev. 62, 80-82 & nn.55-58 (1990) (collecting examples of joint ...
- The Effects of China's Rising Legal Influence in Africa on AFRICOM's Strategic Objectives
- Jus ad Pacem in Bello? Afghanistan, Stability Operations and the International Laws Relating to Armed Conflict
Chapter III. General review of the legal activities of the United Nations and related intergovernmental organizations
A. General review of the legal activities of the United Nations 1. Membership of the United Nations 155 2. Peace and security (a) Peacekeeping missions and operations (b) Political and peacebuilding missions (c) Other peacekeeping matters (d) Action of Member States authorized by the Security Council (e) Sanctions imposed under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations (f)...
... should be as set out in paragraphs 54 and 55 of the report of the Secretary General and the ...Finally, acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, the Security Council ... discrimination and in conformity with Articles I and II, nuclear disarmament and security ...