Skrifter från Juridiska institutionen vid Umeå universitet ; 21.
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Is the rule of law portable? : a socio-legal journey from the Nordic Mediterranean Sea via the Silk Road to China /Klaus A. Ziegert Let the rule of law be flexible to attain good governance /Hiroshi Matsuo Measuring the rule of law /Erik O. Wennerström Legitimacy and legitimisation : the United Nations response to non-authorised military interventions /Ramses Amer The United Nations Security Council and the enduring challenge of the use of force in inter-state relations /Patrik Johansson and Ramses Amer The United Nations and peacekeeping : lessons learned from Cambodia and East Timor /Susanne Alldén and Ramses Amer Socio-cultural viability of international peace-building : an inquiry based on cultural theory /Dzenan Sahovic Transitional justice in Cambodia : a new challenge to the development of rule of law? /Kuong Teilee The role of law in the reconstruction process of the Aceh tsunami disaster /Yuzuru Shimada In search of a user manual : promoting the rule of law in unruly lands /Rickard Zajac Sannerholm Rule of law, or the dilemma of an ethos : gardening versus mechanisation /Csaba Varga Vulnerable groups and access to justice : a human rights imperative for international engagement /Karin Åström Stalled civil justice reform in China /Fu Hualing and Richard Cullen Evolution in the concept of development : how has the World Bank's legal assistance extended its reach? /Miwa Yamada Enriching the World Bank's vision of national legal systems and foreign direct investment /Amanda Perry-Kessaris Vietnamese legal reform : the discourses of aid? /Pip Nicholson with Simon Pitt Promoting market economy and human rights by means of development assistance in the field of law /Michael Bogdan The rule of law bazaar /Veronica L. Taylor Odious debt or odious payments? : using anti-corruption measures to prevent odious debt /Anita Ramasastry.
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University of Washington School of Law faculty chapter: Taylor, Veronica L. Rule of law bazaar. University of Washington School of Law faculty chapter: Ramasastry, Anita. Odious debt or odious payments, using anti-corruption measures to prevent odious debts.