2 edition of Law and imperialism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 191-212) and index.
|Statement||by Preeti Nijhar|
|Series||Empires in perspective -- no. 10|
|LC Classifications||KNS132 .N55 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||220 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||220|
|ISBN 10||1851966390, 1851966749|
|ISBN 10||9781851966394, 9781851966745|
This book argues that the colonial confrontation was central to the formation of international law and, in particular, its founding concept, sovereignty. Traditional histories of the discipline present colonialism and non-European peoples as peripheral concerns/5. The books reviewed here identify three moments in the recent intertwined histories of Islamic and Christian peoples, a first moment before European imperialism, a second moment of imperialism and the development of resistances to it, particularly in the form of national liberation movements, and a third, most recent, moment of ethnic or.
Note from the Editors: We conclude with a roundtable discussion of the second edition of Professor B.S. Chimni’s International Law and World Order: A Critique of Contemporary Approaches. Given numerous changes that rapidly transpired in the international system since , the roundtable discussion will certainly spur continuing exchanges among scholars, academics, and practitioners on. Citizenship, nation, empire investigates the extent to which popular imperialism influenced the teaching of history between and It is the first book-length study to trace the More. ISBN: FORMAT.
The History Of American Imperialism, From Bloody Conquest To Bird Poop Historian Daniel Immerwahr shares surprising stories of U.S. territorial . In recent decades historians and film scholars have intensified their study of colonial cinema in Africa. Yet the vastness of the continent, the number of European powers involved and irregular record keeping has made uncovering the connections between imagery, imperialism.
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He brings home the roles of imperialism in full play, and war, in the contemporary remake of international law.’ Source: Leiden Journal of International Law 'Anghie makes an important contribution to the field of international law.’ Source: Law and Politics Book ReviewCited by: Law and Imperialism Book Summary: Laws that were imposed by colonizers were as much an attempt to confirm their own identity as to control the more dangerous elements of a potentially unruly populace.
This title uses material from both British Parliamentary Papers and colonial archive material to provide evidence of legal change and response.
Cite as: Kanad Bagchi, “Imperialism, international law and the Chagos Islands: Reflections on legal consequences of the separation of the Chagos Archipelago”, Völkerrechtsblog, 1 Marchdoi: / keynote address in a conference on International Law and Imperialism at the Birkbeck Law School at the University of London in May This Article Law and imperialism book also presented at the Feminist and Legal Theory Project Workshop on "Across-Legal-Cultures-Post-Colonialism," at Emory University Law School on Septem Book Description.
The scandal of this collection lies not just in its equating law and resistance but also in its consequent revision of those critical, realist, social, and even positivist theories that would constitute law in its dependence on sovereign or society, on some surpassing power, or. Laws that were imposed by Law and imperialism book were as much an attempt to confirm their own identity as to control the more dangerous elements of a potentially unruly populace.
This title uses material from both British Parliamentary Papers and colonial archive material to provide evidence of legal change and response. This book uses a series of high-profile cases to illustrate key elements of transnational bribery law in action, and analyzes the law through the lenses of both the OECD paradigm and the anti-imperialist critique.
It ultimately defends a distinctively inclusive and experimentalist approach to transnational bribery s: 1.
The book provides fresh insights into the history of US territorial expansion and imperialism, bringing together more well-known instances (such as the purchase of Alaska) with those less-frequently discussed (such as the acquisition of the Guano Islands after ).
The issue of returning art and cultural property removed from explored or conquered lands by Americans and Europeans is an unresolved problem. This book is about the return, or not, of works of art and antiquity taken during the Age of Imperialism and now held in museums and private collections.
Arguments put forth by the states seeking return or restitution for lost art treasures and 5/5(1). Unlike the boy in the books, the Mowgli of has no problem deciding where he and his talents belong: Both exist to serve the community that brought him up. No longer the “god among mere mortals,” Kipling’s once-tormented character now finds satisfaction in reciting the Law of the Jungle along with everyone else.
"Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law" is a thoughtful and eloquent but very esoteric book about the treatment of non-European peoples in international law. Readers should know that it's not a law book -- it doesn't analyze legal rules or unpack judicial s: 4.
Imperialism, state policy, practice, or advocacy of extending power and dominion, especially by direct territorial acquisition or by gaining political and economic control of other areas. The term is frequently employed in international propaganda to denounce and discredit an opponent’s foreign policy.
Imperial law supersedes international law simply because imperial law is backed by brute force; it possesses imperial/colonial air, ground and naval armed forces to ensure the supremacy of imperial law. In contrast, international law lacks an effective enforcement mechanism. The Universalism of Classic International Law, Imperialism and Colonialism The formal, abstract, conceptual and universalist nature of this type of law is one of its greatest strengths, and serves at the same time to effectively conceal the aims.
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"For the student of world history this book provides an excellent demonstration of the uses of the comparative approach This new work on the relationship between disease and European imperialism is a valuable one, quite readable for the nonspecialist, and one that provides new insight."—Noble David Cook, Journal of World History.
“This is a solid book that inform research and teaching on both the western Populists and the debate over imperialism. —Great Plains Quarterly “Nathan Jessen makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the role Western state reformers played in nineteenth-century foreign policy debates, and, how their views on war and.
This book argues that the colonial confrontation was central to the formation of international law and, in particular, its founding concept, sovereignty. Traditional histories of the discipline present colonialism and non-European peoples as peripheral concerns.
By contrast, Anghie argues that international law has always been animated by the 'civilizing mission' - the project of governing non. In this book he attempts t o answer three question; where, Islamic Law and Imperialism: Tracing on the Development of Islamic Law.
al-Ihkâ V o l.1 3 No.1 J un i 20. Imperialism represents a species of expansion, a determination to overwhelm and subjugate that results in the creation of a formal empire. As an adjunct to that, you have the spill-over of influence in places that remain independent in name but are effectively brought under the control of a greater power.
Kenneth W. Mack on Race and the Law.Between Impunity and Imperialism The Regulation of Transnational Bribery Kevin E. Davis. Provides alternatives to conventional U.S. approaches to anti-bribery law; Includes case studies of high-profile enforcement actions; Comprehensively surveys the pros and.
Discussion of imperialism in the 20th century has been dominated by the analysis put forward in by J. A. Hobson in his book Imperialism: A Study, which was later taken over by Lenin in Imperialism: The Highest Stage of Capitalism. Hobson reiterated the classical liberal argument that imperialism reflected the interests of a small predatory.