4 edition of International law and the question of East Timor found in the catalog.
International law and the question of East Timor
|Statement||[preface by James Dunn ; contributions from George J. Aditjondro ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Catholic Institute for International Relations., International Platform of Jurists for East Timor., CIIR/IPJET Conference "Indonesia"s Occupation of East Timor: Legal Questions" (1992 : London, England)|
|LC Classifications||KZ4477.5.T56 I58 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 341 p. :|
|Number of Pages||341|
|ISBN 10||1852871296, 1852871318|
|LC Control Number||97138352|
Questions for the United Nations team managing East Timor both because of the cost of an independent defence force and the burden to a trade-oriented economy of severely restricted commercial. Procedural aspects of the relationship between the International Criminal Court and Future Truth Commissions: lessons learned from the cases of Sierra Leone and East Timor / Madalena Pampalk The impact of the legal right to self-determination on the law of occupation as a framework for post-conflict state reconstruction / Matthew Saul.
astonishing. Prof. François Rigaux, in an article included in IPJET's book "International Law and the question of East Timor" (of ), lists the following analogies: the events are quasi-contemporary: the Moroccan King Hassan II gave orders to his army to invade Western Sahara (the infamous “Green March”) on 6 November International Law and the Question of East Timor. London: Catholic Institute for International Relations / International Platform of Jurists for East Timor, ISBN pp. – Clark, Roger S. "The 'decolonisation' of East Timor and the United Nations norms on self-determination and aggression". International Law and the Location: East Timor.
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International law and the question of East Timor. London: CIIR ; Leiden, The Netherlands: IPJET, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Catholic Institute for International Relations.; International Platform of Jurists for East Timor.
East Timor. The day after Kissinger left Djakarta inthe Armed Forces of Indonesia employed American weapons to invade and subjugate the independent former Portuguese colony of East Timor. Isaacson gives a figure ofdeaths resulting from the occupation, or one-seventh of the population, and there are good judges who put this.
International Law and the Question of East Timor. London: Catholic Institute for International Relations, ISBN pp. 50– Aditjondro, George.
"The Silent Suffering of Our Timorese Sisters". Free East Timor: Australia's Culpability in East Timor's Genocide. Random House Milsons Point: Australia Pty Ltd, Attack type: Forced disappearance, Genocidal massacre. On 17 December Timor-Leste instituted proceedings against Australia with regard to the seizure and subsequent detention “by Agents of Australia of documents, data and other property which belongs to Timor-Leste and/or which Timor-Leste has the right to protect under international law”.
Timor-Leste contends that these items were seized. In December, East Timor initiated a case against Australia in the International Court of Justice. The facts are out of a Tom Clancy novel. In short, East Timor alleges that Australia bugged an East Timorese cabinet office during bilateral negotiations about an important maritime treaty (the Timor Sea Treaty) between the two countries, in order to gain intelligence about.
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This article considers the story of East Timor in the light of the international legal rules on self‐determination. It is argued that such an analysis is both timely and necessary. For more than 20 years, international lawyers have brought the force of international legal norms to bear upon the ‘Question of East Timor’.
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Get this from a library. Gender and transitional justice: the women of East Timor. [Susan Harris Rimmer] -- This book seeks to answer the question of what role international law has played in relation to East Timorese women engaged with transitional justice processes from to Despite the.
The author explores issues of accountability for East Timor’s plight and probes the meaning of what took place in terms of international institutions and law. Examining issues such as violence, the geography of memory, and social power, Nevins makes clear that the case of East Timor has much to tell us about the contemporary world order.
International Law and Justice. Filter Results. Case Concerning East Timor (Portugal v. Australia) Volume II. whereby the International Court of Justice fixed time-limits for the filing of a Memorial by Costa Rica on the question of the compensation due for material damage caused by Nicaragua’s unlawful activities on Costa Rican.
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The book consists of four : Ali Adnan Al-Feel. The question of the legality of humanitarian intervention is, at first blush, a simple one. The Charter of the United Nations clearly prohibits the use of force, with the only exceptions being self-defence and enforcement actions authorized by the Security Council.
There are, however, long-standing arguments that a right of unilateral intervention pre-existed the Charter. One of the major issues facing the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET) when it arrived in East Timor in October was the question of how those responsible for the violence of the preceding ten months were to be brought to justice.
UNTAET created the Special Panels for Serious Crimes (composed of national and international judges) in East Timor's capital Dili. The next time the UN SC or the UN GA addressed the issue of East Timor wasn’t until In the two decades of Indonesian rule, the people of East Timor were subjected to violence and isolation with about 80% of the male population killed in the first months of the occupation (Taylor68) and almost a quarter of the population dying of disease or hunger according to the Commission for.
BOOK ORDERS TO [email protected] or to: IPJET, Gruttoh WK Leiden, Professor of International Law, University of Turku, Finland International Law and the Question of East Timor (out of print) 2. The East Timor Problem and the Role of Europe Hardback:.
A/37/51 (). For a discussion of relevant U.N. practice, see Roger S. Clark, The 'Decolonisation' of East Timor and the United Nations Norms on Self-Determination and Aggression, in INTERNATIONAL LAW AND THE QUESTION OF EAST TIMOR 65 (Catholic Inst.
for Int'l Relations & Int'l Platform of Jurists for East Timor eds.,). As has already been reported in this forum, earlier this week the International Court of Justice issued an order indicating provisional measures in Questions Relating to the Seizure and Detention of Certain Documents and Data (Timor-Leste v Australia).The documents and data in question relate to ongoing arbitral proceedings between Timor-Leste and Australia.
A chapter on occupations since the s is updated to include Russia in Georgia, Uganda in the Congo, Turkey in Northern Iraq, and the end of the Indonesian occupation of East Timor. Further case study chapters review the Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, the US and UK occupation of Iraq, and the UN’s administration of : Gregory H.
Fox. Middle East Law or Laws. As indicated before, there is no single uniform Middle East or Arab law, nor is there one uniform legal system for all Arab countries, though most of the Arab countries have adopted the codified civil law system, based on the Egyptian Civil Code, as opposed to the English common law : Saleh Majid.
In April last year, East Timor instituted arbitral proceedings against Australia at the Permanent Court of Arbitration (‘PCA’) in relation to a dispute arising under the Treaty on Certain Maritime Arrangements in the Timor Sea (‘CMATS Treaty’).
Timor Leste (as East Timor is formally known) alleges that the CMATS Treaty is invalid because Australia engaged in espionage in the. "East Timor, Portugal v Australia, Jurisdiction, Judgment,  ICJ ICGJ 86 (ICJ ), 30th JuneUnited Nations [UN]; International Court of .Comparative, International and Global Justice: East Timor and Rwanda “ There is no question that the book is very well researched and the authors have done an excellent job of bringing new insights and new perspectives to the topic.” Robert M.
Worley. Texas A&M University.