The evolution of international law and human rights represent crucial threads in the progressive development of global rule of law. This project will explore the relationship between the social, political and legal dimensions of global rule of law in an effort to frame the boundaries of a wider approach to the evolution of global governance. Emphasis will be place to re-examining the concept of national sovereignty and the common rights of humanity in an increasingly globalized world.
New Paradigm for Global Rule of Law - Winston Nagan and Garry Jacobs, Published in CADMUS journal Volume 1, Issue 4 : April 2012
Evolution from Violence to Law to Social Justice - Winston Nagan and Garry Jacobs, Published in CADMUS journal Volume1, Issue 4 : April 2012
The Rule of Law - A Fundamental Choice for the World of Today and Tomorrow - by Emil Constantinescu, Law webseminar on May 15th 2012
Enabling Factors and Hindrances - Presentation by Hakan Hyden, Law webseminar on May 15th 2012
Global Rule of Law and Abolition of Nuclear Weapons
Abolition of nuclear weapons is a core objective of the World Academy and has formed the basis for collaborative programming with other leading organizations dedicated to this goal. The project will apply general concepts of global rule of law to explore the potential role of both states and non-states to change international law regarding the legality of nuclear weapons. It will also consider whether the evolution of international humanitarian law, the linkage between nuclear weapons and climate change and the spread of nuclear weapons free zones present sufficient grounds for requesting the International Court of Justice to review its 1996 advisory opinion on the legality of nuclear weapons.
Simulated ICJ Judgment : Revisiting the Lawfulness of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons - Winston Nagan, Published in CADMUS journal Volume1, Issue 4 : April 2012
Moving Beyond Deterrence - by John Burroughs, Executive Director, IALANA, May 15th 2012
Global Rule of Law webcast on May 15, 2012