Volume 2 Issue 1 APRIL 2014
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Bruno Latour, Law and International Justice: An Interview with Dr Kirsten Campbell
Ozan Kamiloglu, Nana Anowa Hughes and Jassi Sandhar
Asylum and the Common: Mediations between Foucault, Agamben and Esposito
A Critique of Enlightened Shareholder Value: Revisiting the Shareholder Primacy Theory
Collins C Ajibo
The Legitimacy of Proprietary Relief
Sir Terence Etherton
The Concept of Citizenship: Multicultural Challenges and Latin American Constitutional Democracy
Helga Maria Lell
The Dislocated Children of Violence and Memory: Ghostly Apparitions of Injustice in the Legal, Literary, Cultural and Social
Brazil’s ‘New Middle Class’ and the Effectiveness of Social Rights through Consumption: A Dialectic of Inclusion and Exclusion
Enzo Bello, Renata Piroli Mascarello and Rene José Keller