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    “Home is where the hearts is”, my home is Kazakhstan one of the ex-soviet union countries where the collapse of the Soviet Union have a severe contradictory economic, social and legal effect on my homeland in spite of 24 years of Independence. My passion to study international law goes back to 1991, when the Soviet Union had collapsed, with Kazakhstan becoming an independent country. One of the aims of our first president was to build new international relations. I was four years old when I recall watching a news report covering an official visit of our president in UN assembly attempting to become one of the members of WTO. That was the moment I told my parents that I would be a great lawyer who could be present my country in WTO. As a child I did not really realise what being a international lawyer entailed. However, I knew the most important aspect was that international lawyers represent the home country abroad, negotiate politely about important trade issues, and always carry a briefcase. Since middle school I knew exactly what I would want to pursue after my high school graduation and this knowledge motivated me to receive my Bachelor’s Degree in Law from T.Ryskulov Kazak New Economic University,…

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    The status-caste exchange theory is to marry in terms of desirable traits; a desirable man marries a desirable woman based what she can provide in return (Hou & Myles, 2013). In regards to interracial marriage, the status-caste exchange theory assumes that the skin colour or ethnic origin as the desirable trait. Lighter skin colours are more desirable compared to darker skin colours, so the value of a partner is based on their skin colour or ethnic origin. If their socio-economic statuses were…

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    Eurasia has a horizontal axis, its land spread across similar latitudes. This made food production easier because the climates and seasons were similar. In conjunction with its geography, the Eurasian continent had the easiest time sharing and gathering techniques. Food production first formed in societies with access to clean, fresh water, river systems. Continents like Australia, first set back by geographical isolation, lacked these river systems and was therefore late to the game on food…

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    St. Thomas Aquina Analysis

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    care for their community, and how all the laws come from divine reasons which according to the document are understood by men. The first part of this document analyzes how laws are just or unjust depending on the impact they have on our conscience. Aquinas seems to represent the idea that just laws are in our minds because they are the laws of God and they are just depending on three things; the purpose they have, the authority of the law maker, and their form (Aquinas 1). The author makes…

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    However, the United Kingdom has throughout its tenure in the European Economic Community and European Union maintained certain level of autonomy from Continental Europe. For example, the United Kingdom has chosen to opt out of both the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union and the Schengen Area. Nonetheless, the most notable British exemption from the rest of European Union is its absence from the Eurozone. Of the EU nation’s currently not in the Eurozone only Denmark and the…

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    Brexit In The UK

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    Furat Fakhreddin Academic Skills Assignment 1 Brexit is the abbreviation of Britain and Exit and it refers to a referendum vote that took place on the 23rd of March 2016 where the public voted that the United Kingdom was to exit the European Union. The leave vote won with 51.9% of the vote . This was first initiated by the UK Independence party. They pushed for the UK to leave the EU and in recent years gained the support of conservative party’s MP’s. They argue that being an EU member…

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    One of the particular conditions is geography; which implies being in Europe. Croatia and Montenegro are both in Europe in the Western Balkans. Both developed a better political system, after the dissolution of Yugoslavia. The Copenhagen Criteria clearly outlines the political and economic reformation, which must take place, before accession. The Aquis Communitaire has several important steps which must be implemented before and after accession. The Western Balkans must find common solutions to…

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    enactments. This has no effect on parliamentary supremacy at all, this is due to the fact that a statute prevails every time, as soon as a royal prerogative and a statute comes into conflict the royal prerogative goes into abeyance and statute comes out on top. Therefore, these 3 principles prove that Royal Prerogatives have no effect on parliamentary supremacy at all, as parliament would just need to create another statute in order to force the royal prerogative into abeyance. On the other…

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    Abstract The European Union of today is the result of a process that began over half a century ago with the creation of the European Coal and Steel Community. From that time, a durable peace has existed in the European continent for about 70 years. As we can see from the remarkable successes of the process of European integration today is significantly affected by the legislative procedures that apply to different policy fields. In fact, there were some thorny issues and crises took place with…

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    impetus and social, economic and political guidance. However, its guidelines & declarations are not legally binding. It also amends the existing treaties, makes changes to the institutions, signs new treaties and decides on the entry of new members. The European Court of Justice (ECJ) upholds the rule of European law. It is the responsibility of the Court of Justice to ensure that the law is observed in the interpretation and application of the Treaties establishing the European Communities and…

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