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This article examines the implementation of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)’s Convention on Counter Terrorism (ACCT) 2007, which came into force in May 2011. The human rights safeguards provided by ACCT 2007 and the political feasibility of its implementation by its Member...
This article considers the origin and development of native title law in Australia since the Mabo decision. It examines native title litigation in the decisions of the Federal and High Court in an attempt to determine whether such litigation has delivered on the principal objectives defined by...
This article examines the admissibility test in Hong Kong for evidence obtained in breach of a defendant’s constitutional rights. The objective is to better understand the legal principles which form the foundation of the three-element admissibility test formulated by Bokhary PJ in the Court of...
Food adulteration in Bangladesh is rampant and an increasingly serious concern for its residents. Several studies including those of the Directorate General of Health Services reveal that hundreds of people are getting killed every year eating adulterated foodstuffs and no one seems to have any...
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