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|The words of the Roman philosopher Lucius Annaes Seneca (c 3BC-65AD) |
come to mind and should serve as a reminder to all nations with thoughts of
conquests when he said, “Sovereignty over any foreign land is insecure”. In
|Seneca Sovereignty over any foreign land is insecure. - Seneca No evil is without |
its compensation. The less money, the less trouble; the less favor, the less envy.
Even in those cases which put us out of wits, it is not the loss itself, but the ...
Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|15 A lie has no legs, but scandal has wings. Pr. A lie ... 25 Alieno In loco haud |
stabile regnum est— Sovereignty over a foreign land is insecure. Sen. ... Pr. A I'
impossible nul n est tenu— No one can be held bound to do what is impossible.
Jon R. Stone - 2005 - 394 pages
|... of another is not stable (i.e., sovereignty over a foreign land is insecure) (|
Seneca) alienos agros irrigas tuis sitientibus: ... in propria causa: no one should
be a judge in his own cause aliter catuli longe olent, aliter sues: puppies and pigs
|Foreign direct investment (FDI) as practiced today under the rubric of |
globalization fares no better than the latter as far as producing real and ... 4
International concern over sovereignty over the land and food supplies is rising
and NewsWeek quotes some as saying: “There is a danger ... the more politically
sensitive and food-insecure, will lose control over their own food supplies when
they need it most.
|an absolute right to property can be imported into international law through |
general principles of law. In any event, there is no unanimity of treatment in
national systems. Following Roman law ... The principle of permanent
sovereignty over natural resources is conducive to the evolution of such an
attitude to property in international law. The idea that the right to property could
be used to support a claim to full compensation is based on insecure foundations
. 1.1.7 Foreign investment ...
|... who developed the protocols that today's network runs on designed them so |
that no central operator of the network would be necessary. ... of cyber espionage
, and the specter of cyber warfare have led many foreign governments to exert
sovereign authority over their networks and ... trillion each year.1 Sophisticated
attacks targeting intellectual property of Fortune 500 companies are becoming
|But in no country is it beyond challenge— as recent events in Peru and |
Venezuela demonstrate, not to speak of Haiti where even the pretense of
democracy is vanishing. The first ... Similarly, Peru and Ecuador are unable or
unwilling to assert sovereignty over significant parts of their territory. ... Property
titles are insecure.
|CEE countries, for example, often feature concern over minorities (present and |
former) and foreign land ownership. ... holding little genuine sovereignty and with
leaders able to wield minimal power — may also perceive insecurity in a time of ...
Francois Debrix, Mark Lacy - 2009 - 232 pages
|This edited volume examines the political, social, and cultural insecurities that the United States is faced with in the aftermath of its post-9/11 foreign policy and military ventures.|