DEPENDENCE RELATIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF COLD WAR

This article aims to provide a brief introduction to dependency theory offering examples taken from the Cold War period. Basic principles and first authors who have initiated the research in this new field of international relations are presented in the given research; among them we could find Raúl Prebisch, Paul Baran and Immanuel Wallerstein. … read more

THE CONTENT OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION PROTECTED BY THE EUROPEAN CONVENTION ON HUMAN RIGHTS

The freedom of expression, in particularly through the mass-media, is a powerful instrument that carries specific obligations and responsibilities. If it is vital to protect the right for freedom of expression because of its power to promote democracy, to discover abuses and to help the political, artistic, scientific and commercial progress, … read more

PROTECTION OF NATIONAL MINORITIES RIGHTS INTO THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS AND THE UN SYSTEM

In light of recent conflicts on the issue of minorities and European regulations, the issue of the protection of minority rights appears to be increasingly more important in a world of multiculturalism, which should be a world of dialogue and respect of human rights as well. … read more

INTERPRETATION OF INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS

Interpretation of commercial agreements plays crucial role in the international trade. A contract shall be interpreted according to the common intention of the parties. If such an intention cannot be established, the contract shall be interpreted according to the meaning that reasonable persons of the same kind as the parties would give to it in the same circumstances. … read more