Cooperation Without SubmissionCooperation Without Submission

Tribal actors representing their Nations nonetheless continue to engage their US counterparts through an orientation of cooperation without submission, but this reveals the high stakes such meetings continue to have for Tribal leaders ...

Author: Justin B. Richland

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226608761


Page: 245

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"Justin B. Richland continues his study of the relationship between American law and government and Native American law and tribal governance in his new manuscript Cooperation without Submission: Indigenous Jurisdictions in Native Nation-US Engagements. Richland looks at the way Native Americans and government officials talk about their relationship and seek to resolve conflicts over the extent of Native American authority in tribal lands when it conflicts with federal law and policy. The American federal government is supposed to engage in meaningful consultations with the tribes about issues that affect the tribes under long standing Federal law which accorded the federal government the responsibility of a trustee to the tribes. It requires the government to act in the best interest of the tribes and to interpret agreements with tribes in a way that respects their rights and interests. At least partly based on a patronizing view of Native Americans, the law has also sought to protect the interests of the tribes from those who might take advantage of them. In Cooperation without Submission, Richland looks closely at the language employed by both sides in consultations between tribes and government agencies focusing on the Hopi tribe but also discussing other cases. Richland shows how tribes conduct these meetings using language that demonstrates their commitment to nation-to -nation interdependency, while federal agents appear to approach these consultations with the assumption that federal l aw is supreme and ultimately authoritative"--

Studies in Law Politics and SocietyStudies in Law Politics and Society

Maybe we too can, as my mentor Emory says, engage in acts of “cooperation without submission” through our relationally entailed, overlapping and complex jurisdictions of significance. I, for one, would certainly welcome that sometimes ...

Author: Austin Sarat

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781838670603


Page: 144

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This volume of Studies in Law, Politics and Society examines the contribution of ethnography to our understanding of contemporary legal and political phenomena, with a particular focus on how it enables us to make sense of modern life under conditions of post-colonialism and globalization.

The European Union in International Organisations and Global GovernanceThe European Union in International Organisations and Global Governance

... partners such as the Organisation internationale des épizooties (OIE) and the African Union.7 At the same time, cooperation agreements have also been concluded by the DirectorGeneral without submission to the Health Assembly, ...

Author: Christine Kaddous

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781782259435


Page: 352

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The European Union is a key participant in international organisations with its involvement taking different forms, ranging from full membership to mere observer. Moreover, there is also not only one status of observer, but different ones depending on the constituent charters of the organisations. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the participation of the EU in five international organisations: the UN, the ILO, the WTO, the WHO and the WIPO. It identifies its role and influence in diverse areas of global governance, such as foreign policy, peace, human rights, social rights, trade, health and intellectual property. EU and international experts, diplomats and scholars have contributed to this book to give an overview of the different aspects linked to the participation of the EU in these organisations and to the coordination that takes place internally with its Member States. They also examine the EU's actual influence in the various areas and its contribution to global governance. The combination of these two dimensions allows the work to identify the strengths and weaknesses of the participation of the EU in these five international organisations. The book provides valuable insights for scholars, policymakers and is useful for representatives of other international organisations and civil society actors.

Philosophical Foundations of Criminal LawPhilosophical Foundations of Criminal Law

[E]xcept in very small closely-knit societies, submission to the system of restraints would be folly if there were no ... it is possible to be a free rider, thereby enjoying the benefits of others' cooperation without bearing one's full.

Author: R. A. Duff

Publisher: OUP Oxford

ISBN: 9780191654701


Page: 560

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Twenty-five leading contemporary theorists of criminal law tackle a range of foundational issues about the proper aims and structure of the criminal law in a liberal democracy. The challenges facing criminal law are many. There are crises of over-criminalization and over-imprisonment; penal policy has become so politicized that it is difficult to find any clear consensus on what aims the criminal law can properly serve; governments seeking to protect their citizens in the face of a range of perceived threats have pushed the outer limits of criminal law and blurred its boundaries. To think clearly about the future of criminal law, and its role in a liberal society, foundational questions about its proper scope, structure, and operations must be re-examined. What kinds of conduct should be criminalized? What are the principles of criminal responsibility? How should offences and defences be defined? The criminal process and the criminal trial need to be studied closely, and the purposes and modes of punishment should be scrutinized. Such a re-examination must draw on the resources of various disciplines-notably law, political and moral philosophy, criminology and history; it must examine both the inner logic of criminal law and its place in a larger legal and political structure; it must attend to the growing field of international criminal law, it must consider how the criminal law can respond to the challenges of a changing world. Topics covered in this volume include the question of criminalization and the proper scope of the criminal law; the grounds of criminal responsibility; the ways in which offences and defences should be defined; the criminal process and its values; criminal punishment; the relationship between international criminal law and domestic criminal law. Together, the essays provide a picture of the exciting state of criminal law theory today, and the basis for further research and debate in the coming years.

The Process of DemocratizationThe Process of Democratization

... the people to organize their cooperation with their fellow men without power , without force , without submission . ... state and social institutions are employed to accustom the people to adapt cooperative modes of behavior .

Author: Gy?rgy Luk?cs

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791407616


Page: 196

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Georg Lukacs's The Process of Democratization provides indispensable reading for an understanding of the revolution that swept Russia and Eastern Europe during 1989-1990. Lukacs, a spokesman for anti-Bolshevik communism, was the advance guard of anti-Stalinist reform. Written in the aftermath of the Prague Spring, his book was a precursor to many of the Gorbachev reforms. Lukacs was the leading communist intellectual in the world until his death. During his last 15 years, he embarked upon a massive effort to revive Marxism as philosophy, as aesthetics, and as politics. The Process of Democratization was part of this attempt at a Marxist renaissance. He would probably be surprised to find that the Second Russian Revolution of 1989-1990 moved far beyond his reformism, overthrowing even the anti-Stalinist communism that he fought to retain.

Public Works Appropriations 1964Public Works Appropriations 1964

... to meet the requirements of local cooperation without submitting the question to the voters in an election ? Colonel GOODSELL . The required local cooperation consists largely of furnishing rights - of - way , constructing bulkheads ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations


ISBN: LOC:00133582964


Page: 1806

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Cooperation without submission ” is the Hopi way . This film shows the Hopi cooperating with the modern world without submitting their culture to it . Producer and director Pat Ferrero has done an excellent job .



ISBN: UOM:39015015574950



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The Hopi culture teaches us cooperation without submission . 3 Narrator : The Hopi believe that when they die , their last breath —their spirit - becomes a cloud , and the clouds that bring the rain are powerful spirit forces called ...



ISBN: UOM:39015020377720


Page: 428

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A feminist publication on art and politics.