In he obtained his habilitation degree for his dissertation on the history of Polish law, and in he was nominated Professor of Law. He has supervised and reviewed a great number of M. Studium historyczno-prawne [The Correctura Iurium of
During a February interview with Das Magazin, Orhan Pamuk, a famous Turkish novelist, made statements implicating Turkey in the Armenian Genocide and persecution of the Kurds, declaring: Orhan Pamuk never supported a thesis that the armenian massacres constitute a genocide, and his stance does not deviate from what many other turkish intellectuals accept as well, namely that massacres and killings of armenians did actually occur in revenge for previous massacres against the muslim population.
Orhan Pamuk never implicated the Ottoman state of an organized campaign of genocide. Please, either give an exact quote of Orhan Pamuk where he calls the massacres explicitly by the name "genocide", which I doubt you will find, or remove the reference to Orhan Pamuk from the "Support for the Genocide Thesis" section.
I fail to see at all how it was misquoted.
Somehow I don't think Pamuk was intending to portray these as "revenge killings" as he said - nobody talks about these things in Turkey - yet you say that "many turkish intellectuals" seem to publicaly portray these in this pathetically false way all the time - so obviously this is not at all what Pamuk meant.
Oh and BTW - are we editing from the top of the page now? Please try to follow procedures here if you wish to contribute. I simply corrected a factual error in the article. Orhan Pamuk does not support the genocide thesis, or at least he has never stated he supports it. I am not aware of the protocol.
Where can I read it? Calling upon the President to ensure that the foreign policy of the United States reflects appropriate understanding and sensitivity concerning issues related to human rights, ethnic cleansing, and genocide documented in the United States record relating to the Armenian Genocide, and for other purposes.
Congress on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a resolution recognizing the mass killings of Armenians in Ottoman Turkey as genocide and urging President George W.
Bush to do the same. Ignoring White House objections, the International Relations Committee of the House of Representatives voted by 40 to 7 in favor of the bill after months of intense lobbying by Armenian-American advocacy groups.
The panel had endorsed a similar pro-Armenian bill five years ago before its passage by the full House was blocked by its Speaker Dennis Hastert and then U. The bill known as House Resolution was introduced in June and has since been co-sponsored by legislators.
Ardouny did not rule out such possibility. Armenian members of the former TARC say the study dealt a serious blow to Turkish denial of the genocide. The Armenians use this term only with regard to the slaughter of their kinsmen. The late Ronald Reagan was the first and so far the only U.
John Evans, the current U. However, the State Department and Bush administration officials were quick to quash the speculation, insisting that the envoy expressed his personal opinion on the matter.
I've heard that international treaties or UN policies require certain harsh and stringent measures be taken against any country found to have "committed genocide".
And I've also heard fears from various parties that these adverse measures are so punitive and daunting that no one dares admit to having committed genocide, lest their entire political future be mortgaged, i.
This makes reconciliation far too risky. I can understand why someone would go to any lengths to avoid making any acknowedgements - even when this prevents reconciliation.
Not that I'm taking sides here:Le régime d’intégration fiscale a été créé en avec pour objectif d’améliorer la compétitivité des entreprises françaises en permettant la compensation des bénéfices et des pertes et en assurant.
Afin d’en embrasser toutes les dimensions, culturelles, sociales et politiques, elle envisage le phénomène transnational du réformisme à une échelle locale, à partir de la région du Mzab, dans le Sud algérien, en se fondant sur des écrits en langue arabe des oulémas ibadites et des sources coloniales en .
Les législateurs français et luxembourgeois ont tendance à rompre l’égalité des actionnaires en accroissant ou limitant l’existence de leur droit de vote, mais les actionnaires décident également dans de nombreuses situations de restreindre par eux-mêmes leur liberté de lausannecongress2018.com: HEC Paris - LL.M International .
Grade de deuxième et troisième cycles en droit décernés par le Comité exécutif de l’Université de Montréal sur recommandation de la Faculté des études supérieures. A long time ago when I first came accross this article I thought and expressed here that I felt the "camps" section was perhaps disproportionate in length and emphasis as opposed to the rest of the article.
Full Professor. Criminal law. A distinguished professor in criminal law and an expert in cases of insanity, Professor Hugues Parent is also the author of three major works about criminal law that inspired the Supreme Court of Canada.