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Dramatic and civil logics of the European state-form
Jacques Lezra

Faith nor Oath is to be kept. (1676: 34) 4 It seems superfluous to add that these piratical ‘actors’ suffer new determinations, and ‘shift in identity’ correspondingly, as various supranational doctrines and institutions emerge after 1800, including the Law of Nations, different codifications of international law or

in Transnational connections in early modern theatre
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Kate McLuskie and Kate Rumbold

… spanning generations’: instead, it made the challenge from the alternative, equally authoritative value-position of individual human rights supported by international law. The values of and rights to culture, endorsed by a UN declaration, were challenged by the values and rights of individual women over the integrity of their bodies and their choice in matters of sexual behaviour, endorsed by international law

in Cultural value in twenty-first-century England
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Global Caesars
Andrew James Hartley

wars and conflicts, the government getting lost among competing economical interests. And Fox was the medium … the power behind the false elections, the war on terror, the strong anti Kerry campaign, the strong anti-UN, anti-Europe and anti-international law drift in the US … So we used Caesar to fictionally raise the question: Will there be

in Julius Caesar
Kate McLuskie and Kate Rumbold

Languages (London: Shakespeare’s Globe, 2012 ). 80 ‘Victory for the Royal Shakespeare Company’, Osborne Clarke International Law Firm , www.osborneclarke.co.uk/publications/services/litigation/insight/2012/victory-for-the-royal-shakespeare-company.aspx (accessed 14.06.13). 81

in Cultural value in twenty-first-century England