Journal of Law and Government Policy: The Law of Nature and the Law of Nations
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    Journal of Law and Government Policy: The Law of Nature and the Law of Nations

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    • Format: Softcover
    • Length: 178 pages

    Product Description

    The second volume of the Oak Brook College Journal of Law and Government Policy contains articles on “The Law of Nature and the Law of Nations.”

    Each of the nine articles was adapted from lectures given during the 2002 Law and Government Policy Leadership Forum. The articles are divided into the categories given below. These presentations address the fundamental question of what principles should guide us today in our interactions with other nations in both peaceful activities and efforts to confront terrorism and crime.

    HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY
    Law of Nature and Law of Nations: The Historical Perspective—Robert J. Barth
    The Law of Nature and International Human Rights—Dallas K. Miller

    PROPERTY AND FAMILY
    The Laws of Nature: Who Owns the Sea?—Jeffrey C. Tuomala
    International Human Rights and the Family—Dallas K. Miller

    TERRORISM, THE LAW OF WAR, AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMES
    Terrorism and Morals—Christopher C. Harmon
    The Law of Nature and the Law of War—Jeffrey C. Tuomala
    The International Criminal Court—Roger J. Magnuson

    INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
    U.S. Relations With Israel: A Biblical Perspective—Roger J. Magnuson
    The Law of Nature and Civil Government in Ukraine—Robert C. Cannada

    Product Details

    • Format: Softcover
    • Length: 178 pages
    • Publisher: Oak Brook College of Law, 2003
    • Dimensions: 9", 6", 1/2"
    Product Code: JLGP2
    Shipping Weight: 1.31 pounds