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31-05-2011

ECMI participates in the buy viagra now online 4th ESIL Research Forum

The University of Tartu, Estonia, hosted the buy generic cialis 4th Research Forum of the cheap cialis online European Society of International Law. The event took place in Tallinn. The theme was ‘International Law and what better viagra or cialis Power Politics: Great Powers, Peripheries and cialis mail order uk Claims to Spheres of Influence in International Normative Order.’

ECMI Junior Research Associate Dr Ulrike Barten participated in the conference with the paper “Legal Minority Standards in Europe – of Supporting and viagra canada generic Avoiding Minority Rights”. The paper examines the contradicting tendencies within Europe on the one hand to support the progress of legalization of minority protection while on the other hand to agree to indeterminate legal provisions that remain easy to avoid.

Dr Barten works in the Justice and cialis price Governance cluster at ECMI. The cluster seeks to invest in research and viagra prices subsequent dissemination of information and cialis daily canada knowledge on the ways norms concerning minority protection are set up, translated into practice and how you get pfizer viagra interpreted in course of this translation. The cluster opts for the topics which still have significant gaps and approved cialis deficiencies in the research already done; in the meantime, the projects selected must combine academic novelty with practical significance. For more information on the cluster please visit http://www.ecmi.de/clusters/justice-governance/

The Research Forum is designed to give young scholars a chance to present their research in progress. The panels dealt with a broad variety of issues in international law; from the fragmentation of international law over piracy to the issue of Kosovo’s declaration of independence. For more information on the conference please visit http://www.esil2011.ut.ee.

The European Society of International Law provides a forum that facilitates greater interaction among European international lawyers. The goals of the ESIL are to contribute to the rule of law in international relations and buy viagra online canada to promote the study of public international law.

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