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This series will be published seasonally. Each issue will comprise one-to-three parts, depending on the number of articles included. The Egyptian courts have wrongfully terminated two International Chamber of Commerce arbitration proceedings. This article examines the manner in which the Egyptian courts were asked to grant, recognise or refuse to recognise the termination orders, and clarifies how arbitrators, the ICC Court, and parties reacted to them.
In the modern world, electronic communications play a significant role in areas of national and international law such as Internet jurisdiction. Private international law provides that the competent court is the court within which jurisdiction the contract is performed, so it is important to know the place of performance of the contract in the case of contracts for digital goods such as e-books or computer software delivered online.
It is equally important in the case of electronic services such as e-teaching. As consumer protection in B2C contracts is important in developing global e-commerce, it is alos important to consider whether the consumer party is able to bring an action against the business party in his own place of domicile or habitual residence.
The article analyses these questions and proposes ways in which the Iranian legal system might be developed to address issues of Internet jurisdiction in Analysis of sociologically relevant film forrest and B2C contracts.
Mohamed Badar a, Masaki Nagata b Abstract: Modern extremist groups have revived the use of certain concepts of Islamic dogma and wilfully misinterpreted them as a means of achieving their own ends.
This article examines the evolution of these terms throughout Islamic history, their misinterpretation by extremist groups, and their modern legal status. The two main problems faced by the Islamic finance industry in Muslim countries are that of fragmented markets, which give rise to different governing standards, and that of very much region-centric market growth.
In this article, using a qualitative approach, we identify the obstacles facing the industry in its quest to unify the differences and implement a uniform standard. Unifying standards could enable Muslim countries to accrue greater benefits from the globalization of the Islamic financial sector, and attract more foreign direct investment and portfolio equity flows.
It could also enable greater integration of Islamic financial markets, increase diversification opportunities and expand the set of available financial instruments. This article addresses the issue of protection against domestic violence in both Jordanian law and international conventions.
It does so by defining domestic violence and its various causes, and by exploring the relevant global standards and best international practices for combating it.
The article also deals with the reality of protection against domestic violence in Jordan by referring to the special protection of the family and to the related follow-up by national and governmental institutions, and the relevant national standards.
Iyad Mohammed Jadalhaq Abstract: The real estate legislative system is one of the bases of the sustainable development process. This research focuses on the role of the legal system in sustainable development, according to the most prominent and relevant international reports. Thus, the Emirate of Dubai is deemed the second-best city in the world in terms of ease of dealing with construction permits.
The Egyptian military, having been bogged down for almost five years in a losing war in Yemen, had to deal with a crushing defeat in June Similar defeats elsewhere, such as in Argentina and Greece, have led to militaries being removed from power.
Half a century later, the military is even more firmly in control of Egypt. After tracing the historical evolution of military rule fromthis article explores the structural bases for the persistence of its power before assessing the overwhelmingly negative consequences of this remarkably protracted military rule of what was once the leading Arab country.
In Arab political culture, the Naksa of had a number of watershed effects. Scholars have paid a lot of attention to the decline of secular Arab nationalism, and the concurrent rise of Islamism.
This article analyzes what meant for groups such as P. Based on readings of this cultural production and new research on the tri-continental movement, revolutionary socialism and Third-Worldism in the late s and early s, this article argues that the defeat of helped to determine the shape of the revolutionary moment that followed.
This moment has had a lasting impact on Arab political culture and is being re-interpreted in interesting ways today by Arab revolutionaries post The Arab capitulation in the Six Day War was posited to stimulate the so-called Islamic resurgence in the region since the s, which several scholars see as a sign of Islamic resistance to the Western cultural presence within the Arab world.
This article argues that Islamizing the conflict began well before the defeat, and that the hegemony of the Islamist discourse has been made possible owing to its penetration into mainstream political and media discourses. The war in the Middle East has had major ramifications on the entire region including Israel.
This article focuses on three of the major longstanding ramifications, namely the change in the demographic balance between Jews and Palestinians west of the Jordan River, and the challenge that the military regime imposed on the Palestinians in the newly occupied Palestinian territories poses regarding the nature of the Israeli regime as a whole and the reconnecting of Palestinians and citizens of Israel, with their fellow Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.
This article demonstrates how Israeli policies towards Palestinians impacted the disposition of the Palestinian community inside Israel, and how the coming together of Israeli policy changes in the Palestinian struggle for independence and social transformations inside the Palestinian community in Israel have led to different adaptation strategies among the Palestinians to face their in-between reality.
The story of Syria during the Six-Day War is the story of a state whose leadership was young, inexperienced, reckless, and radical; it sowed fire and reaped a firestorm.
For a while, the war seemed as a turning point in the history of Syria since it led to the rise of Hafiz al-Asad, who gave his country political stability that enabled him to turn it into a powerful and esteemed state at home and abroad.The Sociological Imagination and Freedom from Feelings of Entrapment - The sociological imagination is the “quality of mind” (Mills, 4) that enables individuals to look outside their private sphere of consciousness and identify the structures and institutions in society that influence or .
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to consider the dynamics of submitting arts-based research in a climate that is dominated, in the UK, by the social sciences. Design/methodology/approach – It begins by taking a view on arts-based research, considering mainly Eisner and Dewey but exploring the possibilities of other forms such as baroque research.
Computational Statistics and Data Analysis, pp. ISSN Atkinson, Anthony C. and Corbellini, Aldo and Riani, Marco () Robust Bayesian regression with the forward search: theory and data analysis.
Forrest Gump: Jenny’s Personality Monday, August 22, PSY – Principles of Psychology In this character analysis paper the character of Jenny Curran from the award winning movie Forrest Gump will be the subject of discussion.
This paper will present an analysis of the Jenny’s personality as it is applicable to Psychodynamic theory. A thematic bibliography of the history of Christianity. research (e.g. discourse analysis, content analysis, conversation analysis, narrative analysis, grounded theory, and thematic analysis) and specializes .