Wolf Legal Publishers
Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP) is an international legal publishing company founded in 1998. WLP publishes in various languages, both in print and electronically. We specialise in legal publications from renowned international scholars, with a primary focus on (International) Criminal Law, Human Rights Law and Constitutional and Administrative Law. Legal niche topics can also be found in our collection; from Caribbean law to Law and Technology. In June 2013 WLP was appointed official publisher of the European Court of Human Rights. WLP has published more than 500 titles in English now available for the US-market.
Speeches delivered on 23rd September 2013 at the International Court of Justice, The Hague, to commemorate the Centenary of the Peace Palace / Discours prononces le 23 septembre 2013 a la Cour internationale de Justice, La Haye, pour celebrer le c
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This book gives a systematic overview of the historical development of international criminal courts and tribunals, from the early attempts at Nuremberg in 1945 all the way to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon, established in 2009, together with their basic documents. A brief introduction on each of...
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Essays on the Exercise of Sovereignty in the European Union and the Euro Area
One of the main challenges of post-war political philosophy has been to establish the nature of the European Union. The aim of the essays in this book is to demonstrate that...
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In 2000, the International Panel of Eminent Personalities that investigated the genocide in Rwanda concluded that intervention could have saved the thousands of lives that perished in less than a hundred days. The finding made it clear that Africa as a continent needed to develop in...
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The Case of AngloGold Ashanti in Colombia
This book examines the case of a global gold mining company's activities in Colombia - from a new theoretical perspective: 'accumulation by dispossession through state-corporate harm.' By adding a harm perspective to the concept of state-corporate crime, and contextualizing it...
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Using the narrative in crime-related data
In the first decade of this century, the focus of law-enforcement agencies has shifted from prosecuting crime to anticipating crime. This approach emphasizes the discovery of narratives in crime-related data. However, while narratives are at the mainstay of entertainment, law,...
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Edited by: Monika Stachonova
In 1945, the UN was founded inter alia with the idea of maintaining international peace and security. One of the main tasks over the past decades has been the fight against terrorism and disarmament, while highly emphasizing human rights. Terrorism poses a real and serious threat...
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This book reports on the findings of an April 2013 seminar on 'Judicial Scrutiny and Credibility Assessment in Asylum Procedures,' organized by the Center for Migration Law (CMR) of Radboud University Nijmegen and the International Association of Refugee Law...
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By Yana Ballod
Since the beginning of the crisis in Syria, in mid-March 2011, the context in which it is regarded has been constantly changing. Four years later, the escalating violent armed conflict, fired from the "Arab Spring" movement has led to the rise of terrorist groups and a huge...
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In education, the idea of freedom, autonomy, and accountability are commonly regarded as very important, but educational policy-makers do not always pay sufficient attention to the tensions among them. Thus, freedom or school autonomy may be sacrificed to accountability, or accountability...
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