5 edition of Protection of Minority Rights Through Bilateral Treaties:The Case of Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
November 3, 1999
Written in English
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transformations occurring in Central and Eastern Europe following the conference with prosecution for treason hardly serves to foster bilateral dialogue on minority rights. The governments on both sides of the Danube international treaties" The question arises, however, as to whether Cited by: 2. Chapter 6 explores the central concept of ‘investment’. It first considers the core question of the definition of ‘investment’ under the ICSID Convention and under investment treaties. It then takes up four important issues: (1) the time when an investment is made in relation to the temporal scope of the treaty protections; (2) the extent to which pre-contract investment may obtain Author: Campbell Mclachlan.
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The case studies center around Poland, Hungary and Russia and offer a comprehensive survey of the network of bilateral treaties and the role of minority rights within these instruments. The book also contains the English translation of the main parts of the relevant bilateral agreements that are ordinarily difficult to access for scientific Author: A.
Bloed, P. van Dijk. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction --Bilateral treaties: a new landmark in minority protection; an introduction / Arie Bloed and Pieter van Dijk --Defining the kin-state: an analysis of its role and prescriptions for moderating its impact / Konrad Huber and Robert W.
studies --Case study I: Russian. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Nordic Journal of International Law –, Book Review Arie Bloed and Pieter van Dijk (eds.), Protection of Minority Rights Through Bilateral Treat- ies.
The Case of Central and Eastern Europe. Kluwer Law International, The Hague,xvi + pages. This book is the result of several meetings organized by the High Commissioner on National Minorities of the OSCE and the Author: Harck. For the texts of other agreements see also Fernand de Varennes, Language, Minorities and Human Rights (The Hague/Boston/London, ); Arie Bloed and Pieter van Dijk (eds.), Protection of Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe (The Hague/Boston/London, ); and Emma Lantschner and Roberta Medda Cited by: 2.
See Gudmundur Alfredsson, "Disadvantages of Bilateral Agreements", in Arie Bloed and Pieter van Dijk (eds.), Protection of Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties: The Case of Central and Eastern Europe (The Hague/Boston/London, ), BOOK REVIEWS A.
Bloed and P. van Dijk (eds.), Protection of Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties. The Case of Central and Eastern Europe, Kluwer Law International, The Hague, ISBN: ; xiv and pages; index; price: USD ; GBP 80; NLG It seems to me quite peculiar, that by one and the same publishing house in one.
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Normative Arrangements of International Organizations minority protection was for the first time in the history systematically prescribed in the Treaty of Versailles, Protection of Minority Rights Through Bilateral Treaties.
The Case of Central and Eastern Europe. The Hague/London/Boston: Kluwer Law International. ppFile Size: KB. Minority Treaties refer to the treaties, League of Nations Mandates, and unilateral declarations made by countries applying for membership in the League of Nations and United Nations.
Most of the treaties entered into force as a result of the Paris Peace Conference. The treaties conferred basic rights on all the inhabitants of the country without distinction of birth, nationality, language.
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Huber, K., & Mickey, R. Defining the Kin-State: An Analysis of its Role and Prescriptions for Moderating its Impact. In A. Bloed & P.
Van Dijk (Eds.), Protection of minority rights through bilateral treaties: The case of central and Eastern Europe.
The Hague: Kluwer Law International. Google ScholarAuthor: Mehmet Bardakci, Annette Freyberg-Inan, Christoph Giesel, Olaf Leisse. Alfredsson, G. ‘Identifying Possible Disadvantages of Bilateral Agreements and Advancing the Most-Favoured-Minority-Clause’ in A.
Bloed, ed., Protection of Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties, The Hague: Kluwer Law International. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Protection of Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties: the Case of Central and Eastern Europe.
Edited by Arie Bloed and Pieter van Dijk. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, Case studies on effectiveness of bilateral treaties on minority rights in Poland, Hungary and Russia.
Sidorenko-Stephenson, Svetalana. The norm of minority protection is often singled out as a prime example of the political impact of European Union (EU) conditionality on the ethnically diverse states of Central and Eastern : Petra Roter. New National Languages in Eastern Europe. focus on the integration and the Russian minority and on the state’s central role in policymaking.
Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties Author: Brigitta Busch. Further, voting and eligibility rights are granted among citizens of the Nordic Passport Union, and between numerous countries through bilateral treaties (i.e.
between Norway and Spain, or between Portugal and Brazil, Cape Verde, Iceland, Norway, Uruguay, Venezuela, Chile and Argentina), or without them (i.e. Ireland and the United Kingdom).
Protection of Minority Rights through Bilateral Treaties: the Case of Central and Eastern Europe. Edited by Arie Bloed and Pieter van Dijk. The Hague: Kluwer Law International, Case studies on on effectiveness of bilateral treaties on minority rights in Poland, Hungary and Russia.
Sidorenko-Stephenson, Svetalana. Matthew Frank’s Making Minorities History: Population Transfer in Twentieth-Century Europe is a study of population transfers in Europe from the early twentieth century to the aftermath of the Second World War, documenting a long history of resettlement and deportation policies.
Although the League of Nations was nominally committed to the Author: G. Daniel Cohen. Minority treaties and provisions blanketed Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and other parts of the world in the interwar years In most of these agreements, the League of Nations was defined as the guarantor, with supervisory and interventionist powers in regard to the treatment of minorities (in contrast to the Berlin Congress, in which the Cited by:.
Fifth, it shows how human rights have become a subject of international legislation through the United Nations Charter and multilateral treaties. The interface between the legal developments at the United Nations operating in concert with regional human rights protection has been critical to advancing meaningful protection for human rights on a.The Protection of National Minorities by their Kin-State.
publicité.Promoting and Protecting Minority Rights A Guide for Advocates. Designed and printed at United Nations, Geneva (E) – November – 3, – HR/PUB/12/7.