The Israeli State of Exception and the Case for Academic Boycott
- Countering BDS at the Ex-Im Bank. // Baltimore Jewish Times;12/4/2015, Vol. 347 Issue 5, p8
The author argues against the counter measure for the boycott, diversity and sanctions (BDS) campaign at the U.S. Export-Import Bank of the United States.
- Antigua gets go-ahead for WTO trade sanctions against US. // Hot Calaloo;Mar2013, p9
The article reports on the decision by the World Trade Organization (WTO) to permit Antigua and Barbuda to impose trade sanctions against the U.S. in relation to a dispute over intellectual property rights between the two countries.
- Dmitry Kiselyov: Russia Has Taken West's Place as Beacon of Free Expression (Izvestia, Russsia). // Moderate Voice;4/14/2014, p3
An interview with Russian television host Dmitry Kiselyov is presented. When asked about the sanctions that Europe filed against him, he says that the move showed a disregard of the freedom of speech. He offers his opinion on the individuals who advised the U.S. and the European Union on the...
- Evo Morales and others sign statement in defence of Palestine. // Green Left Weekly;8/13/2014, Issue 1020, p14
The article presents a statement by Network in Defence of Humanity in defence of Palestine and to encourage people to join boycott, divestment and sanctions campaign against Israel, signed by several notable people including Bolivian President Evo Morales, Cuban musician Silvio Rodriguez and...
- US societies to defy ban on editing articles from embargoed countries. Dyer, Owen // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);3/6/2004, Vol. 328 Issue 7439, p543
Reports on United States societies' plans to defy a ban that prevents journals from publishing work by scientists from countries subject to U.S. trade embargoes. Laws set by the Treasury Department's Office of Foreign Assets Control; Statement that the American Chemical Society, after taking...
- Freedom of Communication in America. Whipple, Leon // Congressional Digest;Feb30, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p38
Addresses the issue of freedom of communication in the United States. Distinction between freedom of speech and freedom of thought; Legal limitations in freedom of communication; Provisions of the Sedition Act of 1798.
- Freedom of Speech Bibliography: January 1994-January 1995. // Free Speech Yearbook;1995, Vol. 33, p152
A bibliography on the subject of freedom of speech is presented which includes the "Intellectual Property," 2d ed., by David Bainbridge, another book "Intellectual Property Protection: Foreign Direct Investment and Technology Transfer," by Edwin Mansfield, and the article "Employee Free Speech...
- Diplomacy's Middle Way. Winner, Percy // New Republic;9/19/55, Vol. 133 Issue 12, p4
The article focuses on French Premier Edgar Faure's effort to cope with the present crisis in Morocco. The exiled former sultan Sidi Mohammed ben Youssef is the focal point of the hatred and fear of the great French colons, the army, the top bureaucracy, the "little whites" of the protectorate...
- LA PROTECCIÃ“N JURÃDICA DE LA PROPIEDAD LITERARIA Y ARTÃSTICA EN INTERNET: MODELO FRANCÃ‰S, LEYES HADOPI. BERNAL, EDWIN YESSID // Propiedad Inmaterial;2012, Issue 16, p327
The article discusses the procedure implemented by the French administrative authorities "Hadopi", for the protection of works protected by copyright and related rights on the Internet. In the same way, it studies the criminal proceeding which sanctions suspension of internet access to the...