Transformation in Russia and International Law

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Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1 янв. 2003 г. - Всего страниц: 494
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Since the end of the Cold War the relationship between the internal constitution of a state and its international behaviour has been a subject of much scholarly interest. Assuming that this connection matters the author analyses the transformation from the USSR to the Russian Federation. Does a liberal Russia behave better than the non-liberal USSR? Are Russia's attitudes towards international law different than those of the former USSR? How much continuity is there and how much change has occurred in the scholarship of international law in Russia? How are Russia's treaties made and implemented? What is the role of international law in the Russian legal system? The author shows that international human rights played an important role in the Soviet "perestroika" and in the subsequent reforms in the Russian Federation. She argues that at the surface level the transformation in Russia has been remarkable, notably so with regard to the role of international law in the domestic legal system. Drawing from a wide range of materials - Soviet/Russian history, legislation, court cases and doctrinal writings - the book takes a cultural and historical perspective to analysis of legal change.
 

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THE SCHOLARSHIP OF INTERNATIONAL
33
Law 193138
68
of International Law
163
SUCCESSION OF STATES IN THE FORMER
179
USSR and the Russian Federation
190
Flexible Solutions in the Interest of Security
202
the Former Soviet Union
221
the USSR Continuity through Succession
233
in the Former Soviet Union
278
and the Relevance of Other Doctrines
290
THE RELATION OF INTERNATIONAL
295
A Monist Basic Solution
375
International and Domestic Law
420
THE DEMOCRATISATION
433
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND TABLE OF CASES
445
INDEX
483

USSR Citizens in Russia
266

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