Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat: a case study of Taiwan (Article II) – Ching-Lun (Al) Liu

Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat – a case study of Taiwan By Ching-Lun (Al) Liu Article II Militant Democracy and Taiwan  The previous post has elucidated the controversies surrounding the concept of militant democracy as well as its practices in Germany – where the notion was first developed. As a relatively young democracy not dissimilar… More Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat: a case study of Taiwan (Article II) – Ching-Lun (Al) Liu

Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat: a case study of Taiwan (Article I) – Ching-Lun (Al) Liu

  Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat – a case study of Taiwan By Ching-Lun (Al) Liu Abstract Coined by Karl Löwenstein, militant democracy refers to the notion of a democracy being authorised to pre-emptively restrict the exercise of certain civil liberties in order to protect the ‘free and liberal democratic order’. Often taken in forms… More Militant Democracy vis-à-vis external threat: a case study of Taiwan (Article I) – Ching-Lun (Al) Liu

Case Note: C-333/14 Scotch Whisky Association and Others v Lord Advocate and Advocate General for Scotland [2016] 2 C.M.L.R. 27 – Jochelle Greaves Siew

Case Note: C-333/14 Scotch Whisky Association and Others v Lord Advocate and Advocate General for Scotland [2016] 2 C.M.L.R. 27 By Jochelle Greaves Siew   Introduction The guarantee of free movement of goods[1] within the European Union (EU) is the result of several core safeguards. One of which is the prohibition of quantitative restrictions (QRs)… More Case Note: C-333/14 Scotch Whisky Association and Others v Lord Advocate and Advocate General for Scotland [2016] 2 C.M.L.R. 27 – Jochelle Greaves Siew

A Rights Based Approach Towards Managing Homelessness: Why Martin v City of Boise is a Step in the Right Direction – Sumit Chatterjee

A Rights Based Approach Towards Managing Homelessness: Why Martin v City of Boise is a Step in the Right Direction By Sumit Chatterjee   In Soapy’s opinion, the Law was more benign than Philanthropy. There was an endless round of institutions, municipal and eleemosynary, on which he might set out and receive lodging and food… More A Rights Based Approach Towards Managing Homelessness: Why Martin v City of Boise is a Step in the Right Direction – Sumit Chatterjee

‘We are married, but we cannot afford to live together’: Exploring the legal implications of this marital phenomenon in Hong Kong – Martin Kwan

‘We are married, but we cannot afford to live together’: Exploring the legal implications of this marital phenomenon in Hong Kong By Martin Kwan   Introduction There is an increasingly common marital phenomenon being experienced in Hong Kong in which married couples are forced to live separately. Due to financial difficulties and high property prices,… More ‘We are married, but we cannot afford to live together’: Exploring the legal implications of this marital phenomenon in Hong Kong – Martin Kwan

Article 2 – Malcolm Wu

Is the EU finally ready for a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base? By Malcolm Wu   In 2011, an ambitious Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) directive was proposed by the European Commission. The directive sought to harmonise the 28 different corporate tax codes of the Member States into one set of corporate tax rules,… More Article 2 – Malcolm Wu

Your fault, my fault, our fault, no fault? English fault-based divorce, current proposals and the alternative New Zealand model

By Tom Gilchrist   Introduction Legal problems pertaining to divorce have recently resurfaced into the public spotlight following the case of Owens v Owens [2018] UKSC 41. Mrs Owens married Mr Owens in 1978 and had two children, both of whom were adults when Mrs Owens petitioned for divorce in May 2015. Her petition fell… More Your fault, my fault, our fault, no fault? English fault-based divorce, current proposals and the alternative New Zealand model