Caribbean Essays on Law and Policy
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Caribbean Essays on Law and Policy

By Stephen Vasciannie
US$ 15.00
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Book Description

Professor Vasciannie has offered six insightful and provocative essays on Caribbean legal and policy issues. The essays cover Jamaican practice on diplomatic immunity, Caribbean approaches within the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, and issues concerning the Montego Bay Convention on the Law of the Sea. Professor Vasciannie also presents his views on race and racism in Jamaica, considers the case for the abolition of the Monarchy in Jamaica, and reviews, from a Caribbean perspective, the impact of Sir Ian Brownlie, the late Oxford Professor and advocate, on the discipline of International Law. This book is of special value to scholars and students of Law and the Social Sciences in the Caribbean and beyond.

Table of Contents
  • CONTENTS
  • INTRODUCTION
  • DIPLOMATIC IMMUNITY
    • A REVIEW OF JAMAICAN STATE PRACTICE
  • IAN BROWNLIE
    • A CARIBBEAN STUDENT’S APPRECIATION*
  • REFORMING THE INTER-AMERICAN HUMAN RIGHTS SYSTEM:
    • TOWARDS A CARIBBEAN PERSPECTIVE*
  • THE MONTEGO BAY CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA
    • JAMAICA AND THE RULE OF LAW*
  • CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGE IN JAMAICA:
    • THE MONARCY, THE FINAL COURT AND QUESTIONS OF ABOLITION*
  • RACE AND JAMAICAN SOCIETY
    • THREE PROPOSITIONS*
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