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"Préventive war" and the evolution of public international law
Under the reign of classical international law, preventive war was, in international relations, a natural phenomenon. States used to declare war freely to protect themselves against threats of attack that were either imminent or remote. Preventive war was waged in an offensive or defensive way. The...
Sub-national governments in Canada: some financial and fiscal aspects
This text, which presents some financial and fiscal aspects of the three main types of sub-national governments in Canada (provinces/territories, regional/urban/municipal and school), concludes that there is no significant tax competition but that there is fiscal diversity. There is a trend towards...
‘Sovereignty, Constitution and International Law, from the United Kingdom of the Netherlands to the Kingdom of Belgium
International and French civil service law
At the gates of the European Union: British freeports and associated State aid issues
This paper is an update from an article published in Droit Maritime Français, n° 831 in January 2021, with the permission of the editor Deploying its vision of "Global Britain" in the port sector, the British government plans to create some free ports. In addition to an adapted customs regime, these...
Political violence and democratic transition: political attacks during the French Revolution
International audience The end of the 18th century gives birth to new forms of political action: political attempts or attacks. More and more often committed with weapons of massive destruction, as bombs or explosive machines, these attacks not only try to injure or kill human targets, but also to s...
Compensation consequences of the unilateral termination of a public contract
Conseil d’État, 4 May 2011, Nîmes Chamber of Commerce and Industry, No 334280, Lebon; AJDA 2011. 929
Call for communications, “Participatory imperative in court? cross-check on criticism of participation”, EHESS
This day of studies will take place on 23 March 2012 at the EHESS (Paris). It is organised by the GIS “Public Participation, Decision-Making, Participatory Democracy”, the Centre for the Studies of Social Movements, the Pact and the Sophiapol. The deadline for submitting proposals is 15 September 20...
Patients’ rights, LGDJ Lextenso, Col. Systemes, 2018, 204 p
National audience In mirror doctors’ hippocratic duties, patients’ rights have slowly emerged and the care relationship has gradually been captured by law. A fundamental shift was made by the Law of 4 March 2002, known as the ‘Kouchner Law’, which, inter alia, enshrined the rights of the person care...
The influence of French law on the political regime in Mauritania
This study is about the political regime in Mauritania, especially with regards to the preponderant influence of French law on this regime – a strong influence on the state’s central administration and on decentralized local administration, as well as on the whole of the political institutions.The f...
The contibution of the judicial juge to the revelation of the conceptual unity of the notion of the family
The law finds it difficult to apprehend the notion of the family because, on the one hand, to the absence of legal definition of this term, and on the other hand, the diversity of existing family situations. However, the necessity of guaranteeing the family rights of the people imposes the research...
Can the precautionary principle save bees?
Antoine CELLIO and Hugo CHAUDEMANCHE, 2 Master’s degree in International and European Law at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Management, University of Angers, ‘Science made us a bit before we became men’. Jean Rostand (1894-1977) The precautionary principle is based on the need to control technosc...
The principle of equality in the organisation of society. Emile de Laveleye. An intellectual at the service of the City
Émile de Laveleye (1822-1892) est un professeur d’économie politique de l’Université de Liège. Diplômé en droit, il a publié de très nombreux articles et ouvrages portant notamment sur l’organisation de la société et de l’État. Ses écrits témoignent d’une importante préoccupation accordée à l’égalit...
Privately-owned buildings, re-housing, what next steps ? Professionnals and inhabitants involved in an urban renewal operation
Since 2003, more than 400 popular districts categorized as sensitive urban zones and 4 million inhabitants have become part of a program initiated by the Framework Act on Town Planning and Urban Renewal (so-called “Borloo law”). In order to achieve district transformation and social diversity, the p...
The practice of European Union law by the judicial judge
Contract to be published on 6 April 2016 with the support of the Mission de Recherche droit et Justice. This book publishes the proceedings of the colloquium organised in Lyon in June 2015 by the Team for International, European and Comparé Law (EDIEC, EA No 4185) in collaboration with the Research...
Development of authority to act and professional gender
AGERO BATISTA Matilde. Development of authority to act and professional gender: the profession of Community Health Officer in Brazil PhD Threse in Public Health and Epidemiology, under Yves Clot. Paris: CRTD C, 2015, 270 p. This thesis presents empirical results from intervention in the framework of...
Regionalism in global politics
On analyse les organisations interétatiques et plus particulièrement les intégrations régionales. Ces dernières sont appréhendées comme une voie médiane entre l'échelon étatique et le niveau international. On y précise une série de concepts tels que celui de « région », de « régionalisme » et de « r...
Lobbyism, ethics and municipalities
The implementation of the Law on Transparency and Ethics in Lobbyism provides a good case for reflection on ethics in municipal settings. This law, which applies throughout the municipalities of Quebec since July 2005, states that it is in the public interest to know who seeks to influence decisions...
Impartiality, reflexivity, proximity. Impartiality, reflexivity, proximity: About P.Rosanvallon’s book on Democratic Legitimity
The concept of a sentence in international criminal law enlightened by the ICC
The International Criminal Court, in its Chamber of First Instance II, issued a decision on 23 May 2014 in the case of the Prosecutor v. Germain Katanga, setting his sentence at 12 years’ imprisonment. This decision follows the conviction of Mr Katanga on 7 March 2014 for complicity in war crimes an...
Ownership of a volume
HDR Conferences Maître Research Team in Private Law EA1230 University of Poitiers Conference Roma Tre Days of 13-14 June 2014 “Le proprietà/Les propriété”. Property of a volume 1. A cone at the infinite base. The concept of volume was theorised by René Savatier in the mid-1960s. He wanted to break w...
The civil servant confronted with the official candidacy (1852-1870) -a contribution to a revaluation of the democratic and liberal caesarism-
The image of the Second Empire was disgraced for a long time in our national culture. Indeed the French defeat at Sedan, Victor Hugo’s diatribes and the Coup combined to firmly corroborate the dark vision of the period. Yet some historical studies have partly restored it by showing the reality of th...
From the battle for the public
a pledging is about Germany: conspiracy theory. Dubious channels on the internet, read and listen to it now everywhere, have poisoned the public debate and now push in the streets of intimate citizens, in the hands of rats of all Couleurs, with unwavering consequences for political culture and the h...
From stagflation to depression
The relative success of the fight against inflation and excessive attention over the short period tend to mask trend developments in developed economies. The political consensus on the idea of restoring the “big balances” means that the reasons for the continuing rise in unemployment in Europe — a f...