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  • A Theory of Statehood and Personality in International Law 

    Nicholson, Rowan Alexander (2017-12-05)
    Which political entities have personality in international law? ‘States’ is an inadequate answer. Historically, the term has not always designated a stable, legally meaningful category of entities, nor have states been the ...
  • EVALUATING LOBBYING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM: MOVING FROM A CORRUPTION FRAMEWORK TO ‘INSTITUTIONAL DIVERSION’ 

    Solaiman, Barry (2017-08-01)
    The lobbying of Parliament and the Government in the United Kingdom by wealthy or influential groups and individuals raises concerns about corruption and political equality. Professional lobbying is available ...
  • Input and Output Legitimacy in WTO Law 

    Thomas, Christopher Alexander (2017-09-29)
    This thesis provides an analysis of the complex relationship between law and legitimacy in the WTO. It focuses on the notional dichotomy between ‘Member-driven’ (input-based) and ‘results-oriented’ (output-based) narratives ...
  • Causation in the Law of State Responsibility 

    Pusztai, David Miklós (2017-10-01)
    Causation has, at the very minimum, two functions in legal responsibility regimes. First, there is no responsibility without a conduct with causal consequences, making causation a condition of responsibility. Second, ...

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