Social Sciences (Books and Journals)
- Library Management From No. 5-4, April 1984 to No. 41-2/3, March 2020 Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2021
- Renewal From Vol. 14 No. 3, September 2006 to Vol. 30 No. 4, December 2022 Lawrence & Wishart Ltd., 2009
- Power Laws in the Information Production Process: Lotkaian Informetrics by: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2005
Determining A Comprehensive Test for Defining a Ship
A ship is one of the core elements of the maritime industry. However, the international maritime industry and academia do not agree upon a single, universal definition of this term. International conventions like the UNCLOS are silent about this definition, while others give a very purposive definition incapable of universal application. Similarly, a study of the English jurisprudence related to...
An analysis of the one breach, two kinds of loss scenario in terms of the demurrage
Demurrage is liquidated damage stipulated in the voyage charterparty for compensating the shipowner if the charterer failed to complete cargo operation within the laytime. However, when the charterer's failing to load or discharge in time causes loss other than the detention, what damages demurrage can compensate is in dispute. In the case Eternal Bliss, 72 Andrew Baker J, the High Court judge,...
- Long-term Property Relationships: Evaluating the utility of learning from Relational Contract Theory
- The insurer should be liable for any losses suffered by the assured after scratching an MRC/Slip, A discussion
Defining Genocide: how the crime without a name became the 'crime of crimes
This article sets out the nature, history and convoluted structure of the crime of genocide, by providing a comprehensive analysis of how genocide has been defined within international law. The Nuremberg Trials demonstrated the need for a new international crime to comprehend the gravity of the acts perpetrated by the Nazi regime. However, the enactment of the Genocide Convention created tension...
The Impact of the International Criminal Court's Juridical Context and Jurisdiction on its Ability to Effectively Deter the Crime of Aggression
International law is not bound by statutes, making it a fragmented legal framework rather than a unified code. It operates on the principle of state cooperation in upholding justice in good faith. This article aims to explore the judicial challenges that the ICC encounters in effectively deterring the Crime of Aggression, while also addressing broader structural limitations within the...
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- Johnson is dead. Long live Johnsonism?
- Rethinking Labour's statecraft.
- Mental health and parity of esteem: A policy quandary for Labour?
- Inequality, globalisation and the governance of migration.
- What causes inequality?
- Asset economy strawmen: A response to Pitts et al.
- Who are the post-Corbyn left?
- EXPLAINING JOHNSONISM: 'Let them eat cake': Conservatism in the age of Boris Johnson.
- Roundtable: Considering Cake-ism.
- Tory talismans?
- Mind the rhetoric gap: 'Cakeism', levelling up and the Johnson government.
- Levelling down.
- Conservatism, neoliberalism and cakeism.
- The Conservatives' political economy: 'State rentier capitalism' or old wine in new bottles?
- STRATEGY, ELECTIONS, STATECRAFT: The not-so-Conservative Party in European perspective.
- Wall of noise? How useful are theories of electoral geography built on socio-demographic composition?
- CULTURE WARS: Culture war 'Marxism': The Revolutionary Communist Party diaspora and the Conservative Party.
- Cruel Britannia: Toby Young's world.
- DEMOCRACY, AUTHORITARIANISM, CORRUPTION: The UK's democratic crisis.
- Is the UK sliding into state capture?