Kavass’s Guide to the United States Treaties in Force, 2017 Edition

New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

The United States has the most complete and efficient system for documentation of treaty law of any country in the world. Every year, the United States Department of State compiles an annual list of all bilateral and multilateral treaty agreements that are considered to be in force, in whole or in part, for the United States. This compilation, known as Treaties in Force, consists of two lists: one contains bilateral agreements arranged by country and then by subject, and the other contains multilateral agreements arranged by subject.

Kavass’s Guide to United States Treaties in Force provides access to currently operative bilateral and multilateral agreements of the United States from a variety of perspectives.

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Monograph Series V: Conflicts in Space and the Rule of Law

New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

  • Addresses issues related to state-of-the-art military and securities technologies and activities
  • Includes papers written by renowned academics and subject-matter experts
  • Includes thought-provoking dialogues on the achievement of sustainable uses of outer space for peaceful purposes
  • Highlights strengths and weaknesses of the current regulatory regime governing military uses of outer space

About This Title

Edited by Maria Manoli and Sandy Belle Habchi, this title contains papers presented at the 4th Manfred Lachs International Conference on Conflicts in Space and the Rule of Law.

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Amended and Annotated Criminal Procedure Law of the People’s Republic of China, 2nd ed.

New Book Lauren Mattiuzzo

  • One-of-a-kind resource for Chinese criminal procedure law 
  • One-stop shop for translations of the new criminal procedure as well as its judicial and administrative interpretations
  • Includes author’s subtitles to show the subject of each of the 290 articles comprising the law

About This Title

On March 14, 2012, the National People’s Congress of the People’s Republic of China substantially amended the country’s 1979 Criminal Procedure Law. The Law was first extensively revised in 1996; this second revision also affects a large number of articles,

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