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Le Laos au XXIe siècle : Les Défis de l’intégration régionale

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ISBN: 9782355960345 DOI: 10.4000/books.irasec.1449 Language: French
Publisher: Institut de recherche sur l’Asie du Sud-Est contemporaine
Subject: Political Science
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En ce début de XXIe siècle, comment apprécier la place du Laos en Asie du Sud-Est ? L'État tampon de la guerre froide saura-t-il exploiter sa position centrale dans la péninsule Indochinoise, à la porte de l'immense nation chinoise, pour s'imposer comme un pays charnière ? Le programme de développement du Grand Mékong l'aidera-t-il à se désenclaver ? Son adhésion à l'Asean lui permettra-t-elle d'affirmer son identité, de s'affranchir des relations parfois difficiles qu'il entretient toujours avec le Viêt Nam ou la Thaïlande ? Pourra-t-il à la fois rattraper son retard économique et technologique vis-à-vis de ses voisins et gérer sa différence politique ? Enfin, et ce n'est pas le moindre défi, comment la société laotienne s'adaptera-t-elle à tous ces bouleversements ? Autant de questions qui se posent à ce pays en pleine mutation. À travers cet ouvrage, Vatthana Pholsena et Ruth Banomyong nous emmènent à la découverte du Laos d'aujourd'hui et font émerger les enjeux et mécanismes de son intégration régionale.

The harmonisation of rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the Southern African Customs Union

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ISBN: 9781920538439 Year: Pages: 251 Language: English
Publisher: Pretoria University Law Press (PULP)
Subject: Law
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About the publicationWhile the harmonisation of the rules on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments has been given priority in other regional economic communities, in particular the European Union, any similar effort to harmonise the rules on recognition and enforcement of member states has been conspicuously absent in the SACU, and in fact the most of the African continent – a situation which needs to receive immediate attention.This book considers the approaches followed by a number of international and regional organisations, including the EU, the USA, Australia and New Zealand and Latin American States, with a view to identifying the most suitable approach to be adopted for the SACU.Table of ContentsForewordIntroduction and background1 Introduction2 Key concepts2.1 Regional economic integration2.2 The Southern African Customs Union2.3 Private international law2.4 Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments2.5 Harmonisation3 Origin and background of study3.1 The lack of global recognition and enforcement regime3.2 The lack of a regional recognition and enforcement regime3.3 International developments in the field3.4 Regional integration on the African continent4 Rationale for the study4.1 Trade facilitation4.2 Facilitation of regional economic integration5 Framework of analysis5.1 Territorial sovereignty, obligation theory, comity and reciprocity5.2 States’ interest in recognising and enforcing foreign judgments6 Research questions7 Scope and exclusions from scope8 Chapter outlineRecognition and enforcement of foreign judgments – overview of international and regional harmonisation efforts1 Introduction1.1 Bilateral treaties as means of harmonising enforcement rules1.2 Multilateral conventions as means of harmonising recognition and enforcement rules2 Harmonisation of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments at the international level2.1 The Hague Conference on Private International Law2.2 Some other intergovernmental and private organisations2.3 Evaluation of international harmonisation efforts3 Harmonisation of recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments at the regional level3.1 European community Brussels/Lugano Regime3.2 United States full faith and credit approach3.3 The Trans-Tasman judicial area3.4 Latin American states4 Feasibility of the different approaches for the SACU4.1 Brussels/Lugano regime4.2 United States of America full faith and credit approach4.3 Trans-Tasman Judicial System4.4 Latin America5 Proposed approach for the SACU6 Some factors likely to influence harmonisation in SACU7 Concluding remarksComparison of multilateral conventions on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments1 Introduction and overview of types of multilateral recognition and enforcement conventions1.1 Single convention1.2 Double convention1.3 Analysis1.4 Variations on traditional convention types2 The Hague Convention on Recognition and Enforcement2.1 Material scope of application of Convention2.2 Procedural requirements for enforcement2.3 Grounds for non-recognition3 The Hague Choice of Court Convention3.1 Material scope of application of Convention3.2 Procedural requirements for recognition and enforcement3.3 Grounds for non-recognition4 The EU Brussels Convention/Regulation4.1 Material scope of application of Convention/ Regulation4.2 Procedural requirements for recognition and enforcement4.3 Grounds for non-recognition5 The Montevideo Convention5.1 Material scope of application of Convention5.2 Procedural requirements5.3 Grounds for non-recognition6 Overview of the Conventions discussed6.1 Hague Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments6.2 Hague Choice of Court Convention6.3 EU Brussels Regulation/Convention6.4 Montevideo Convention7 Concluding remarksComparison of Existing Laws on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in the SACUand Proposals for Draft Convention1 Introduction2 Recognition and enforcement under the common law tradition2.1 Administration of Justice Act, 19202.2 Foreign Judgment (Reciprocal Enforcement) Act, 19333 Overview of relevant statutes3.1 Swaziland3.2 Lesotho3.3 Botswana3.4 South Africa3.5 Namibia4 Comparative analysis4.1 Scope of application4.2 Requirements for enforcement4.3 Procedural requirements4.4 Setting aside of registered judgments4.5 International competence4.6 Other matters the Convention may include5 Proposed text for a convention on the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments6 ConclusionThe recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments – conclusions1 Introduction – The need for a harmonised recognition and enforcement regime2 International and regional harmonisation efforts3 Overview of some of the major multilateral recognition and enforcement instruments4 Statutory instruments currently in force in the SACU5 Final commentsBibliography

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