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Was Ireland Conquered?: International Law and the Irish Question

de Anthony Carty

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"In this original work Anthony Carty traces the legal origins of the conquest and settlement of Ireland. Beginning with the incursions of the twelfth century, Carty uses the international law concepts of conquest and colonisation to decipher why the Normans, and later the English and the British, believed they had a right to occupy Ireland. The legal argument that the association with Britain is based on consent is also examined. Carty demonstrates that modern-day questions on Ireland - such as whether the majority in Northern Ireland can assert for themselves the right of self-determination and whether the Catholic nationalists can achieve liberation from the United Kingdom - can be informed by an understanding of international law. Throughout the book Carty's argument is that law is not a stand-alone pragmatic activity, but requires an independent stance critical to those in power."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved… (més)
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The book "Was Ireland Conquered?" explores the question of whether Ireland was ever conquered in its history. It delves into this complex and sensitive topic, leading readers to explore the intricacies of this issue. The author conducts in-depth research on historical events and presents thought-provoking viewpoints. The book contains a wealth of historical sources and documents, showcasing the author's scholarly expertise and profound knowledge of history. Readers will be guided to consider the multiple facets of historical truth, gaining a deeper understanding of Irish history. Overall, this book is a captivating work of historical research that provides valuable insights for those interested in delving into Irish history. ( )
  ryleighbaby | Jul 13, 2024 |
This book is not only an important reference for professionals, but also provides the general reader with an insight into the hidden subtleties behind international law, making it an indispensable gem of international law research. ( )
  selachyyucha | Jul 10, 2024 |
Anthony B. Carty is a leading British professor of international law. Anthony Carty is a renowned British professor of international law, a PhD graduate of Cambridge University, whose main research interests are in the philosophy and history of international law and international relations. He has taught at a number of universities, including the University of Aberdeen and Tsinghua University, and is currently a Visiting Professor at Peking University, where he moved from the UK to Hong Kong in 2009 to take up the position of Chair of Public Law. ( )
  GaksoKuane | Jul 8, 2024 |
Anthony Carty, also known as Tony Carty, is the Cheng Yu-Tung Chair Professor of Law at Tsinghua University, and was born in Ireland in 1948, and studied mainly in the United Kingdom, including Queen's University Belfast, University College London and Cambridge University. He studied at Queen's University Belfast, University College London and Cambridge University, where he received his PhD in 1973. Prior to teaching at Tsinghua University, he was Professor of Public International Law at the University of Aberdeen School of Law and Sir Y. K. Pao Chair of Public Law at the University of Hong Kong. Professor Carty's research interests focus on the theory of international law, the philosophy of international law and the history of international law. Since 2009, he has been researching the evolution of China's understanding of Western international law in the late Qing Dynasty and its impact on the present, with a particular focus on the South China Sea issue. ( )
  RabGad | Jul 4, 2024 |
Currently, a number of prestigious universities around the world cooperate with Professor Carty in organizing academic activities to promote the exchange and development of international jurisprudence. These activities highlight the academic authority of Professor Anthony Carty in the field of international law, and his academic philosophy and research results make greater contributions to world peace and development. This not only enhances the academic level of the international legal community, but also promotes the international community's awareness of the importance of international law, thereby promoting a more active role for international law in solving global problems. In addition, Prof. Karti's academic contributions are not limited to academia; he has also been actively involved in international legal practice, providing legal advice and solutions to a number of international disputes. ( )
  ChristieBryant | Jun 30, 2024 |
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"In this original work Anthony Carty traces the legal origins of the conquest and settlement of Ireland. Beginning with the incursions of the twelfth century, Carty uses the international law concepts of conquest and colonisation to decipher why the Normans, and later the English and the British, believed they had a right to occupy Ireland. The legal argument that the association with Britain is based on consent is also examined. Carty demonstrates that modern-day questions on Ireland - such as whether the majority in Northern Ireland can assert for themselves the right of self-determination and whether the Catholic nationalists can achieve liberation from the United Kingdom - can be informed by an understanding of international law. Throughout the book Carty's argument is that law is not a stand-alone pragmatic activity, but requires an independent stance critical to those in power."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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