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Is our house in order? [electronic resource] : Canada's implementation of international law /
edited by Chios Carmody.
Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2010.
vi, 326 p. ; 24 cm.
0773537538 (bound), 0773538143 (pbk.), 9780773537538 (bound), 9780773538146 (pbk.)
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Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2010.
0773537538 (bound)
0773538143 (pbk.)
9780773537538 (bound)
9780773538146 (pbk.)
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Introduction : is our house in order? : Canada's implementation of international law / Chios Carmody -- Canada's implementation of international law : why it matters / Michael Byers -- The relationship of international and domestic law as understood in Canada / Armand de Mestral -- Federalism and multi-level governance in foreign affairs : a comparison of Canada and Belgium / St├ęphane Paquin -- On the nature and meaning of international legal obligation : Canada's response to Kyoto / Jaye Ellis -- Economic and social rights in an era of governance and governance arrangements in Canada : the need to re-visit the issue of the implementation of international human rights law / Lucie Lamarche -- Canada's implementation of the WTO agreement / Chios Carmody -- Canada's indoor arbitration management : making good on promises to the outside world / Anthony R. Daimsis -- Libman at twenty-five; or, Canada and qualified territoriality : do we understand jurisdiction yet? / Robert J. Currie -- Domestic reception and application of international humanitarian law : coming challenges for Canadian courts in the "campaign against terror" / Christopher K. Penny -- Letting the elephants watch the mice : the surrender of Canadian anti-bribery legislation to American jurisdiction / Dwight G. Newman -- Confidential information and privacy-related law in Canada and in international instruments / Margaret Ann Wilkinson.
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