Life expectancy has dramatically increased in industrialised countries, meaning that euthanasia is now a subject that both a very protected and a sensitive.
Law v Fairness: The relationship in this area of international finance is increasingly under the spotlight in terms of improvements needed in legal clarity and regulation.
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Maud Kadye takes a look at the concept of freedom within international law and how Nelson Mandela changed it for everyone.
Maud Kadye fourth article from the Guantánamo Bay series discusses the human rights issues that have surrounded the camp since 2002.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses certain matters concerning the law of the sea and its customary use, and the rights of sovereign states to various parts of the sea.
Cristine Christodoulou discusses the importance of a recognised sovereign state and the privileged principle of sovereign equality.
Liam Draper asks what legacy September 11th has left and how best to get justice for the victims.
Harry Langford believes that Colonel Gaddafi should be tried in a court of law when captured. Here, he explains why.