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The Cherokee Nations of Indians - Royce, Charles C
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Royce, Charles C:

The Cherokee Nations of Indians - Paperback

2010, ISBN: 9780202011394

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Cambridge: Da Capo Press, (2003). First edition. Battleground America Guides Series. Slight rubbing of wrappers, else fine. Octavo., Da Capo Press, Sage Publications, 2010. First edition. Softcover. New. .. .. The human rights question becomes pertinent in the contemporary situation of political re-configuration, economic globalisation, and consequent inequality and marginalisation. The book deals with the diverse issues of civil, political, economic and social rights emerging in India, China, South Asia and expatiates on the emergence of the regional human rights mechanism in South Asia, Africa and the Americas. The book analyses the rise in impact of the `non-state` actor as the interface of threat and opportunity between business and human rights is increasing. India, China and Brazil are emerging as global players, forging new political and economic alliances with nations from Asia, Africa and Latin America, but their allegiance to human rights standards remains unclear and erratic. Amidst the constant evolution of the human rights agenda, the book focuses on human rights defenders in India and South Asia, and captures the current human rights situation of India, a mix of progress and regression, gains and losses. It captures this complexity with a positive, but cautious/challenging note. This book will interest a wide general readership, apart from development professionals, students, NGOs, human rights organisations, and policy makers. Contents:- PART ONE: HUMAN RIGHTS IN TIMES OF TERROR Counter Terror with Justice Victims of Terrorism In Cold Blood: Abuses by Armed Groups How not to fight Terrorism Guantánamo Bay - A Legal Black Hole Europe and Counter-terrorism 50 Years of a Law Law without Justice: In the name of Public Security PART TWO: EVERYDAY LIFE OF HUMAN RIGHTS A World without Torture Addressing the issue of Enforced Disappearances Persecution and Resistance: Experiences of Rights Defenders A Trail of Violence: Rights Activists at Risk The Right to a Fair Trial and Binayak Sen Wandhama Massacre: Justice Unfinished Death and Democracy Land Development and Displacement in Delhi PART THREE: BUSINESS AND HUMAN RIGHTS Conscience of the Company Corporate Complicity and Gujarat PART FOUR: ASIA/AFRICA Bangladesh: Faces of Emergency and Human Rights Issues The Road to Al-Qa`ida Starts in Pakistan Legacy of the Beijing Olympics: China`s Choice Myanmar Diary: Rhetoric and Reality of Indian Democracy Nepal: How to Seek `Truth` in Truth Commissions? Use and Abuse of Africa in India Naagbanton, Binayak Sen and Kampala Declaration PART FIVE: CHALLENGES OF HUMAN RIGHTSDalit Rights Social Inclusion or Social Justice? Forest Rights: Cost of Action and Inaction Minority Rights: Freedom of Conscience and Religion Right to Work and Rights at Work Migrant Rights: Mobility with Dignity Migration: A Silent Revolution and a Crisis Immigrants` Rights under Economic Crisis Labour and Health Rights: Mines of Misery in Rajasthan Panchayats: The Making of Peoples` Power and Right to Vote The Social Forum Phenomenon: Peoples` Experiments in Politics PART SIX: NEW PATHS OF HUMAN RIGHTS India, Brazil, South Africa: Human Rights Footprint South Asia: Towards a Human and Peoples` Rights Agenda Towards A Millennium Movement Agenda for Food Rights Arms Trade Treaty and India Printed Pages: 304., Sage Publications, 2010, New India Publishing Agency, 2008. .. Softcover. New. .. .. Studies have shown that there is a perfect link between strong IPR regime protected by the rule of law and economic development of a country. India is still at nascent stage when compared with the IPR regimes of developed economies. Hence, governmental and intergovernmental initiatives in association with commerce and industrial bodies are being taken up for creating awareness on IPR. As a signatory to many international treaties and conventions, India has modified many existing IPR laws and codified new ones to foster protection of Indian traditional knowledge and innovations emanate from research and professional institutions of India. Even though the researchers of software, pharmaceutical and biomedical fields are leading the pack of most number of patent applications received at Patent Offices in India, requirement of such awareness in other fields is necessary. It is felt that ignorance on legal and administrative procedures involved in filing for IPR is a major issue that needs to be addressed immediately. Although articles and books are written on the conventions/treaties and on the importance of IPR and its protection, non-availability of IPR information in the form of a concise ready reference on IPR/patents/designs/ copyrights/trade marks and laws, application forms and procedures thwarts common-man to understand IPR and related issues. Enhanced awareness on IPR laws and copyright procedures would help filings for IPR by scientists, teachers and researchers. Publication of this volume is an attempt to alleviate this ignorance and spread information on IPR, which may help the needy to understand the intricacies of IPR and apply for IPR. It covers topics on IPR including important definitions, history of evolution of IPR concepts, major organizations that control IPR in bilateral, multilateral and global forums, issues concerning developed and developing countries with reference to enforcement of IPR, implications of major treaties of IPR protection to which India is a signatory, management practices of IPR and finally suggestions on creating increased awareness on IPR. Written in a simple language and concise form, this volume is a comprehensive treatise on IPR required for common readers and professionals. In addition to individual papers that deal with specific topics in detail, provision of suitable application forms for copyrights, trade marks, patents, designs, etc., as annexure makes this volume necessary addition in libraries of private, public, academic and research institutions, legal institutions and practicing lawyers and charted accountants. As many academic institutions have included IPR in course curricula, this volume would serve as a textbook suitable for teaching too. Contents Foreword Preface Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Understanding Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) is the Need of The Hour for Geoscientists by Mu. Ramkumar, A. Jayakumar and R. Suresh Chapter 2. Nature and Scope of Intellectual Property Rights by C. C. Subha Chapter 3. Review on Recent Developments in Registration of Inventions and Protection of IPR in India by T. Poongodi Vijayakumar and Mu. Ramkumar Chapter 4. An Introduction to Patenting System of India by V.A.Ambigapathy Chapter 5. Copyright Laws of India - An Introduction by V. Thillaikumar and S. Gayathri Chapter 6. World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and its Role in Promotion and Protection of IPR by M. A. Thamizh Selvi Chapter 7. Historical Evolution of Intellectual Property Protection and the Road to TRIPS by Prabha S. Nair Chapter 8. TRIPS and its Implementation on IPR Regimes of Developed and Developing Nations :An Overview by T. Agitha Gopalakrishnan Chapter 9. IPR in the Era of Globalization by A. Jahitha Begum and M. Vakkil Chapter 10. Impact of Enforcement of IPR on Developing Countries by A. Vinayagamoorthy Chapter Printed Pages: 186., New India Publishing Agency, 2008, Chicago, IL: Aldine Publishing Co., 1975. A Smithsonian Institution Press book. A history of the Cherokee Indians, from their beginnings in northern Alabama and Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee, to the removal to Oklahoma. Text of treaties. Softcover, 272 pages, photos, maps, footnotes, index. Excellent condition, no markings inside except for name of former owner on front flyleaf.. Card Covers. Very Good ++/No Jacket (as issued). 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Aldine Publishing Co., 1975

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Charles C Royce


The Cherokee Nation of Indians (Native American library)



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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780202011394
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0202011399
Publishing year: 2010

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