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Canada’s federal privacy legislation does not include a definition or explanation of the word ‘privacy’, yet an understanding of the meaning of ‘privacy’ is essential to understanding how much or how little privacy to expect in terms of the protections afforded within the law. The purpose of this...
Treaties are a significant source of law on a wide range of subjects, but traditionally do not become domestic law without national implementation. Nevertheless, the legal character of treaty rules does place pressure on a state's domestic institutions to ensure compliance. Given the influence of...
This study explores a period of vibrant political life in Imperial Russia through the prism of electoral politics, a powerful modernizing force. In the early twentieth century, the empire embraced practices which transformed the power balance between the imperial centers and borderlands, with...