Novak P, 2011, "The flexible territoriality
of borders" Geopolitics 16 741-767
It follows that in cases such as Kiobel, thinking about the ATS scope of application in terms of political recognition invites us to abandon the territoriality
principle and to adopt the universal jurisdiction principle.
," which is the most pervasive and least controversial principle of prescriptive jurisdiction under international law, confers jurisdiction based on the "locus" of the crime.
Limiting resources and territoriality
in microtine rodents.
These include lack of breeding territoriality
in males, small size, and (perhaps as a developmental correlate) absence of pelvic fins.
Both Newman and Katyal note the relationship between territoriality
Following, a t-test (Zar, 1999) compared the time dedicated to territoriality
between males guarding territories with or without eggs, since these data were normally distributed.
(9) Unlike Ptolemaic astronomy, which purports "to save the appearances" by grafting epicycle onto epicycle, Professor Domingo demonstrates that his global law is a whole that affects all of its constituent parts--namely, the concepts of territoriality
, state, sovereignty, and person.
by the principle of territoriality
, most other countries rely on
With the method used here, we were able to demonstrate the territoriality
of the Little Blue Heron without having to mark individual birds, and from a very close distance to the feeding site and the birds.
It also proposes two cross-cutting "beams" - governance and territoriality
Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) 101 applies to both new and existing schools and is built on three simple concepts: natural surveillance, natural access control, and territoriality
. If a school's layout seems unsafe, adopting a few CPTED fundamentals may help make it significantly safer.