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Vol 5, No 3 (2017) THE CHALLENGE OF THE “ECONOMIC INDEPENDENCE” AND THE “SOVEREIGNTY OF STATES”: A REVIEW OF THE PROBLEM OF LEGITIMACY OF ECONOMIC SANCTIONS IN THE REALITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL ORDER Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
AKBAR ADIBI, HOMAYOUN HABIBI
"... in the traditional concept of economic sovereignty in a sense that has been formed by the third world states ..."
 
Vol 5, No 1 (2017) The Republic of Abkhazia as an Unrecognized State Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
Susanna Bagdasaryan, Svetlana Petrova
"... into a single economic, political and legal space. Conclusions: The state and the legal system of the Republic ..."
 
Vol 5, No 3 (2017) QUARTER OF A CENTURY ON FROM THE SOVIET ERA: REFLECTIONS ON RUSSIAN DOCTRINAL RESPONSES TO THE ANNEXATION OF CRIMEA Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
MARIA ISSAEVA
"... with scepticism by the international community and international lawyers across various jurisdictions. Among ..."
 
Vol 5, No 4 (2017) THE INSTITUTIONAL RESILIENCE OF RUSSIAN LAW THROUGH 1905–1917 REVOLUTIONS Abstract  PDF (Eng)  similar documents
TATIANA BORISOVA
"...   Revolutions. It considers how Russian law survived through the gradual breakdown of the autocratic  state ..."
 
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