living donor transplants.
The introduction of local and internationallaws
prohibiting the trade in organs in the 1990s has pushed the
procedure underground. Most Asian countries, South Korea, Hong Kong
and the Philippines included, forbid the sale of organs for profit
and demand that all donations be obtained from relatives and family
friends. At the same time, the underground
from local obligations. Internationallaw and nation state legal systems significantly contribute to
this strategy of disengagement and growing social liquidity.
Increasingly mobile and evasive forms of power coincide with new
forms of legal regulation and domination. ( 2007 : 1)
The law itself then, by
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