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Constitutions of Nations Series

By: Amos J. Peaslee

The first Englishlanguage text containing the constitutions of world nations!
Published in 1950, the first edition of Amos J. Peaslee’s Constitutions of Nations was the first-ever compilation of national constitutions of the world published in English. The first edition, in three volumes, includes the seals or coat or of arms and a summary description and bibliography for each of the 83 nations featured. The 2nd,

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In the News: U.S.-Cuba Relations

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December 17th, 2014 marked a pivotal moment in the history of the United States and Cuba. President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro announced that the two countries would restore diplomatic ties for the first time in 53 years.

 

Letting go of past differences, new policies between the U.S. and Cuba include:

  • Establishing diplomatic relations with Cuba
  • Adjusting regulations to more effectively empower the Cuban people
  • Facilitating an expansion of travel under general licenses for the 12 existing categories of travel to Cuba authorized by law
  • Facilitating remittances to Cuba by U.S. persons
  • Authorizing expanded commercial sales/exports from the United States of certain goods and services
  • Authorizing American citizens to import additional goods from Cuba
  • Facilitating authorized transactions between the United States and Cuba
  • Updating the application of Cuba sanctions in third countries
  • Pursuing discussions with the Cuban and Mexican governments to discuss our unresolved maritime boundary in the Gulf of Mexico
  • Initiating a review of Cuba’s designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism
  • Addressing Cuba’s participation in the 2015 Summit of the Americas in Panama
source: whitehouse.gov

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MEXICAN LEGAL SYSTEM: A COMPREHENSIVE RESEARCH GUIDE, THIRD EDITION

It has been 13 years since the second edition was published. Many laws have changed drastically during that time in addition to the revolution in the manner of which Mexican legal materials are acquired. Don’t miss the chance to update your holdings with this special offer. Save 20% off the new third edition with promotion code MEXLEGALSAVE20 until July 31st.3

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IRAQ WAR (2003): A DOCUMENTARY LEGAL HISTORY

The complete documentary history of the controversial war that continues to profoundly affect U.S. and world history. 

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International Adoption

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A Legal Research Guide
By: Shawn C. Stevens

International adoption is an area of considerable interest, as evidenced by the fact that in 2002 more than 19,000 U.S. adoptions involved children from 20 countries ravaged by war or other major crises. This guide offers prospective parents and researchers alike an overview of the basic issues involved in international adoptions, including the process, legal requirements, costs and pitfalls. This work familiarizes the reader with three ways to adopt internationally and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of such adoptions.

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International Adoption:

2010, Family Law, International Law, International Relations, Legal Education, Legal Research Guides admin

A Legal Research Guide
By: Shawn C. Stevens

International adoption is an area of considerable interest, as evidenced by the fact that in 2002 more than 19,000 U.S. adoptions involved children from 20 countries ravaged by war or other major crises. This guide offers prospective parents and researchers alike an overview of the basic issues involved in international adoptions, including the process, legal requirements, costs, and pitfalls. This work familiarizes the reader with three ways to adopt internationally and discuss the advantages and disadvantages of such adoptions.

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United Nations Statement of Treaties and Agreements

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Annual Cumulation, 2009 Edition

Now Available!

The 2009 edition of the United Nations Statement of Treaties and Agreements is now available from Hein! The entire collection covers the period from 1983 through 2009, since much information about treaties and international agreements registered or filed during this period has not been published in the United Nations Treaty Series (UNTS). This reprint set is an excellent research tool and should be any international law collection for students and scholars interested in locating information on world treaties and agreements not available in UNTS.

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American Foreign Policy Current Documents

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The complete set of the American Foreign Policy Current Documents series is available from William S. Hein & Co., Inc. The 1991 issue of this series was never made available in the GPO Depository Program and hundreds of libraries have an incomplete set. This eleven-volume series presents the public foreign policy messages, addresses, statements, interviews, press briefings and conferences, and congressional testimony by the executive branch of the U.S. Government.

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List Price, per volume: $110.00
Originally Published: Washington, D.C.; Department of State; 1981-1991
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Secret Treaties of History

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Second Edition
By: Edward Grosek

Treaties and agreements between nations are indispensable tools for diplomacy. In every period in history when war was a threat or in progress, or when a ruler of one state coveted land belonging to another sovereign state, treaties and secret treaties were negotiated, concluded, signed, ratified, and implemented – and often breached. Grosek’s informative work is a one-stop resource for researchers to begin or enhance their own research into the relationships that were often created to deceive or topple government or leaders of another nation. This work is truly a must-have and will enhance any library’s treaty holdings.

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Administered Protection

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The Political Economy of U.S. Countervailing Duty and Antidumping Regulation
By: Kevin S. Marshall

Inspired by and drawing from the work of many who have addressed issues of trade protectionism, Marshall analyzes the historical development and application of the United States Antidumping and Countervailing Duty legislation from a political economy perspective. Political economy depicts relationships between political and economic processes and is grounded on an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human condition within an institutional framework. It is from this perspective that Marshall’s study proceeds and concludes.

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Published: Lake Mary,

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Studies in Transnational Legal Policy

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Volume 41 recently added!

In the Studies in Transnational Legal Policy series, authorities analyze current issues such as the effectiveness of international organizations, dispute settlement, human rights, international terrorism, and national treaty law. Papers are also drawn from the research work from the American Society of International Law.

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List Price, volume 41: $60.00
Distributed: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.

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