Church in UK Law
Church, State, Resistance1
This article problematizes a separation of Church and State that is nevertheless identified as constitutive of politics. Democracy has come to manifest a tension between the ‘autonomy’ of the polit...
- THE CHURCH AND SOCIAL REFORM
- The Church and the Social Services
The Church and the Independent Peace Movement in Eastern Europe
This article examines the propositions that the rise of new peace movements in Eastern Europe, inde pendent from and in some cases opposed to the work of official peace councils, is a function of s...
- Church and State in the Soviet Union
- The Church and Social Work in the Courts
- Book Reviews : The Church and the Criminal
Church of Scientology Inc. V. Mr Justice Woodward1
Constitutional law — Australian Security Intelligence Organization — Executive power in relation to collection of information in the interests of security — Constitutional law — Constitution s. 116...
Legitimacy in the ‘secular church’ of the United Nations
This article argues that how the United Nations (UN) conceptualizes legitimacy is not only a matter of legalism or power politics. The UN’s conception of legitimacy also utilizes concepts, language...
Soldiers, chiefs and church: unstable democracy in Fiji
The qualities of democracy in Fiji are strongly influenced by ethnic divisions and indigenous sources of power and legitimacy in society. Periods of constitutional democracy interrupted by successi...
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