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Volume 19  |  2010년 6월  |  Issue 3

인도네시아의 변화된 토지권리: 사법과 공법의 섞인 모델



법적 책임, 지적 재산, 유전자 변형 식품: 세계 농업에 끼치는 영향

Kanchana Kariyawasam


한국 텔레비전에 등장하는 할리우드 유령들: 세계시장 관점에서 보는 초상사용권

Hyung Doo Nam


공공복지, 예술적 가치, 국가 이념: 2008 일본 대법원의 Robert Mapplethorpe 외설 판정 분석

Yuri Obata


모리 대 일본: 나고야 고등법원이 평화 속에서 살수 있는 권리를 인정하다.

translation by Hudson Hamilton


홍콩에서 령콕헝 (Leung Kwok Hung) 의 잘못된 적용: 원문상 절대적인 권리의 합리성 조건을 승인하다.

Albert Connor Buchman


실향민들의 이주지원 권리: 대한민국의 공평한 도시 개발을 향하여

Jihye Kim


기후 난민들의 이주지원 필요: National Adaption of Programmes of Action 에 따른 조약을 통해 적절한 토지 자산 보장

Rising ocean levels in the South Pacific threaten thousands of inhabitants with displacement. Many of these small Pacific island states lack available land to internally accommodate displaced individuals. Thus, thousands of "climate refugees" will be forced to move off their island homes and, without provisions of adequate land rights, will most likely end up in refugee camps in other countries. Climate change exemplifies an inherently global challenge. Developed countries produce disproportionately more greenhouse gases, and developing countries lack resources to adequately respond to climatic displacement. International treaties establish a legal responsibility to assist developing states adapt to climate change. However, these treaties inadequately provide support to vulnerable Pacific states like Kiribati, a low-lying South Pacific island nation. The Kiribati-United States Friendship Treaty, the South Pacific Regional Environment Programme Agreement, and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change all suggest legal responsibilities for the United States and other developed states to assist Kiribati's climate adaptation efforts, but each treaty regime ultimately fails to elicit international response because the terms are vague and lack enforcement mechanisms. A future treaty regime based on the National Adaptation Programmes of Action must establish a system to respond to climatic displacement by creating adequate land rights provisions.

Holly D. Lange

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