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In 2006, a new Human Rights Council came into existence, replacing the former Commission on Human Rights with a restructured intergovernmental body for the global promotion of human rights and fundamental freedoms. Heralded as a turning point for human rights within the UN system, it was hoped...
The fact that Canadian Arctic ice is melting is not in contention-it's the rate at which ice is melting and what melting ice means for the future of the Northwest Passage that ignite controversy. According to Huebert (2003). data from satellite imagery suggest that the rate of melt in the...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2014: In Afghanistan and Syria (2013), powersharing peace-deal processes, modelled on examples from the Northern Ireland and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Powersharing experts argue ethnopolitical groups are the most important actors in contemporary conflicts like Afghanistan and Syria,...
Taking cues from the work of Paul W. Schroeder, this project seeks to investigate the particular conditions which allowed the Habsburg Monarchy and two of its leading politicians—Leopold II and Metternich—to have such pride of place in Schroeder’s ‘transformation’ of the European state-system. It...
The article focuses on international commercial disputes, which are typically between private partners. It then emphasizes the conciliation or mediation as a method for the resolution of such disputes. It explores more international rules and model laws for the use of conciliation as an...