Public International Law

Summary of Public International Law The body of international law that governs the conduct of a nation as a sovereign entity in its relations with other nations. It does not deal with the international activities of private individuals or firms. (Main Author: William J. Miller) […]

Information Technology

Literature Review on Information Technology: State Government Use and Management In the Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, [1] Paul M. Chalekian offers the following summary about the topic of Information Technology: State Government Use and Management: The effective […]

Nuclear War

Hierarchical Display of Nuclear war International Relations > International security > International conflict > War
Energy > Electrical and nuclear industries > Nuclear industry > Nuclear technology
International Relations > Defence > Military equipment > Weapon of mass destruction > […]

Frontier

A Shot across the Frontier: International Incident In the book "International Incidents for Discussion in Conversation Classes", in relation to this subject, L. Oppenheim wrote in 1909: On Sept. 26th, 1887, a German soldier, on sentry duty at the frontier near Vexaincourt, fired a […]

EU Police Mission

Hierarchical Display of EU police mission European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy
Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Public order > Police
International Relations > […]

EU Military Mission

Hierarchical Display of EU military mission European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy
European Union > European construction > European Union > International conflict > Conflict prevention
European […]

Computer System

Hierarchical Display of Computer system Education And Communications > Information technology and data processing
Production, Technology And Research > Research and intellectual property > Research > Research method > Simulation
International Relations > International security > […]

Nuclear Technology

Hierarchical Display of Nuclear technology Energy > Electrical and nuclear industries > Nuclear industry
Energy > Energy policy > Energy policy > Energy law > Nuclear law
International Organisations > European organisations > European organisation > CERN
Production, Technology And […]

Military Intervention

Hierarchical Display of Military intervention International Relations > International security > International conflict
European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy > EU military mission
European Union > […]

Territorial Law

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on territorial law explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "territorial law" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law […]

Ethnic Cleansing

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on ethnic cleansing explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "ethnic cleansing" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law […]

Asymmetric Warfare

Hierarchical Display of Asymmetric warfare International Relations > International security > International conflict > War
Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > Terrorism Asymmetric warfare Concept of Asymmetric warfare See the dictionary definition of […]

War Victim

Hierarchical Display of War victim International Relations > International security
Law > Rights and freedoms > Human rights > International human rights law
Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence > Concentration camp
Law > Criminal law > Criminal […]

War Crime

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on war crime explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Resources Further Reading The entry "crime, war" in the Parry and Grant Encyclopaedic Dictionary of International Law (currently, the […]

Military Occupation

Embracing mainstream international law, this section on military occupation explores the context, history and effect of the area of the law covered here. Belligerent (or Military) Occupation Embracing mainstream international law, this section on belligerent (or military) occupation explores […]

EU-NATO Cooperation

Hierarchical Display of EU-NATO cooperation European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy
European Union > European construction > European Union > Armed forces
European Union > European construction > […]

Terrorism

What is Terrorism? Government Definitions of Terrorism Introduction to Terrorism Legal statutes in most countries around the world regard terrorism as a crime. Yet there is considerable variation in how these laws define terrorism, even in countries whose laws derive from a common origin. […]

East-West Relations

Hierarchical Display of East-West relations International Relations > International affairs > International affairs
International Relations > International security > International conflict > Cold war
International Organisations > World organisations > World organisation > Wassenaar […]

Border War

Hierarchical Display of Border war International Relations > International security > International conflict > War
Law > International law > Public international law > Territorial law > Frontier Border war Concept of Border war See the dictionary definition of Border war. Characteristics of […]

War

Introduction to War War, in international law, armed conflict between two or more governments or states. When such conflicts assume global proportions, they are known as world wars. War between different parts or factions of the same nation is called civil war. A rebellion is not legally […]

International Humanitarian Law Treaties

International Humanitarian Law Treaties and Conventions Sources of international humanitarian law The sources are: International Humanitarian Law treaties. International Humanitarian Law is based on a number of treaties, in particular the Geneva Conventions of 1949 and their Additional […]

Concentration Camp

Hierarchical Display of Concentration camp Politics > Politics and public safety > Public safety > Political violence
Law > Rights and freedoms > Rights of the individual > Slavery
International Relations > International security > War victim
Law > Rights and freedoms > Human rights > […]

Information Warfare

Literature Review on Information Warfare In the Encyclopedia of Public Administration and Public Policy, [1] Alan Chong offers the following summary about the topic of Information Warfare: Information warfare is a systematic attempt to penetrate the enemy's secrecy and to displace his […]

Human Rights

Introduction to Human Rights "Since World War II international law has become increasingly concerned with the protection of human rights. It has provided improved procedures for that purpose within the UN. This new emphasis has also been manifested in the adoption by the UN of the […]

Conflict Prevention

Hierarchical Display of Conflict prevention International Relations > International security > International conflict
European Union > European construction > European Union > Common foreign and security policy > Common security and defence policy > EU police mission
European Union > […]

Civil War

The Case of the Trent: International Incident In the book "International Incidents for Discussion in Conversation Classes", in relation to this subject, L. Oppenheim wrote in 1909: On Nov. 8th, 1861, during the American Civil War, the Federal cruiser San Jacinto stopped the British […]

EBRD

EBRD and the European Union Resources See Also World Bank Bank Regulation History of Banking Functions of the World Bank Resources See Also European Bank for Reconstruction and Development

National Independence

Hierarchical Display of National independence International Relations > International affairs
Politics > Politics and public safety > Trends of opinion > Autonomous movement
Law > International law > Public international law > National sovereignty
International Relations > […]

Armed Forces

Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces in U.S. Constitutional Law A list of entries related to Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces may be found, under the Power to Raise and Maintain Armed Forces subject group, in the United States constitutional law platform of the American legal […]

Humanitarian Aid

Humanitarian aid and the Treaties of the European Union Description of Humanitarian aid provided by the European Union Commission: The European Union as a whole (the Commission and the Member States) is currently one of the largest donors of humanitarian aid in the world. The humanitarian aid […]

Religious Conflict

Hierarchical Display of Religious conflict Law > Rights and freedoms > Anti-discriminatory measure > Religious discrimination
Social Questions > Culture and religion > Religion
International Relations > International security > International conflict > War Religious conflict Concept of […]

Nuclear Weapon

Nuclear Nonproliferation In relation to the international law practice and nuclear nonproliferation in this world legal Encyclopedia, please see the following section: Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation About this subject:

Nuclear Security

Note: there is detailed […]

Territorial Dispute

Hierarchical Display of Territorial dispute International Relations > International security > International conflict > International dispute
Law > International law > Public international law > Territorial law Territorial dispute Concept of Territorial dispute See the dictionary definition […]