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American University Law Review, Vol. 59, No. 2, p. 337, 2009 MARISA SILENZI CIANCIARULO, Chapman University - School of Law CLAUDIA DAVID, affiliation not provided to SSRN.  ABSTRACT:   For over a decade, women seeking asylum from persecution inflicted by their abusive husbands and partners have found little protection in the United States. During that time, domestic violence-based asylum cases have languished in limbo, been denied, or occasionally been granted in unpublished opinions that have not provided a much-needed adjudicative standard. The main case setting forth the pre-Obama approach to domestic ...
Even though there is no specific, universally accepted definition of 'democracy', equality and freedom have been identified as important characteristics of democracy since ancient times. 2 These principles are reflected in all citizens being equal before the law and having equal access to power. For example, in a representative democracy, every vote has equal weight, no restrictions can apply to anyone wanting to become a representative, and the freedom of its citizens is secured by legitimized rights and liberties which are generally protected by a constitution. 3 4 There are several varieties of democracy, some of ...
The policy ratchet and the erosion of civil liberties — Crooked Timber
the reaction is still exactly the same to every Terrorist attack, whether a success or failure, large- or small-scale. Apparently, 8 years of the Bush assault on basic liberties was insufficient; there are still many remaining rights in need of severe abridgment. Even now, every new attempted attack causes the Government to devise a new proposal for increasing its own powers still further and reducing rights even more, while the media cheer it on. It never goes in the other direction. This kind of policy “ratchet” is quite common, but I haven’t seen a fully satisfactory, or general, analysis of either the ... market research, surveys and trends
12/01/2005 - Legal Theory Blog
The problem for conservatism is to reconcile the many and often conflicting demands that these various forms of life impose on us. The free-market ideologues take one instance of spontaneous order, and erect it into a prescription for all the others. They ask us to believe that the free exchange of commodities is the model for all social interaction. But many of our most important forms of life involve withdrawing what we value from the market: sexual morality is an obvious instance, city planning another. (America has failed abysmally in both those respects, of course.) Looked at from the anthropological point of view religion ... market research, surveys and trends


Research Network at ... icans were unaware of the recent enactment of the Bush administration's massive ... tion—on average about 1 in 60 million in the case of a modern U.S. presidential .... spends some 37 percent of the national GDP and also regulates nearly every ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
The Volokh Conspiracy » Drone Warfare Subcommittee Testimony, Up ...
although it is also available through the hearing page as well.  I submitted along with it my earlier Weekly Standard article, Predators Over Pakistan .  As I have said here earlier, however, this hearing on March 23 came just ahead of Legal Adviser Harold Koh’s March 25, 2010 ASIL speech.  Dean Koh’s speech addressed many of the criticisms made of administration policy on drones, and I should add, in ways that I thought substantively correct as a matter of legal policy.  I thought the Legal Adviser’s statement strong, clear, and substantively excellent.  Overall, I was pleased with the form and direction of its legal framework ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


World Faces AIDS Disease and Democracy: The Industrialised
box at the top right corner of the article ... and Democracy strikes a resonant chord. ... over the past several decades and Bush administration values. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Prepared Statement of Stephen B. Burbank David Berger Professor ...
David Berger Professor for the Administration of Justice. University of Pennsylvania .... of democracy. I am here today because I believe that the recent decisions of the United States .... available at =1487764. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
John Finnis // Law School // University of Notre Dame
"This law school is where all law schools should be and few in fact are: at the center of the University, physically and intellectually. And while it operates on the world stage, it teaches its own students faithfully and well." Office Number: 2117 Eck Hall of Law Telephone: 574.631.5989 Fax: 574.631.4197 Email: Staff Assistant: Gerri Lehmkuhl Known for his work in moral, political and legal theory, as well as constitutional law, John joined the Notre Dame Law School faculty in 1995. He earned his LL.B. from Adelaide University (Australia) in 1961 and his doctorate from Oxford University as a ...
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