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AbstractThe authors, reflecting on the paradigm of globalization, provide a case study that focuses on the modernization of the Bhutanese legal system. Historically isolated and never colonized, the landlocked kingdom of Bhutan has embarked on a major program of legal reforms. This has...
AbstractA classic question of comparative copyright theory is how to understand the long-standing discrepancy between civil law and common law approaches to moral rights. The recent wave of moral rights legislation in common law countries has undermined the standard narratives that relied on the...
AbstractThis article evaluates whether and to what extent the Calvo Doctrine is dead by examining relevant international treaty practices and domestic legislation in Latin American states. It concludes that, contrary to what is often believed or assumed, Calvo is not completely dead, but has...
AbstractThe so-called “third wave” of democratization that has swept through the African continent since the 1990s unleashed in its wake some sort of epidemic of constitution-making. Today, the new or substantially revised constitutions that have now been introduced in most African countries...
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