SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION 17 CFR Part 230 [Release No. 34-65355; File No. S7-38-11] RIN - [3235-AL04] Prohibition against Conflicts of Interest in Certain Securitizations A GENCY : Securities and Exchange Commission.
Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION § 1 The Nature of the Subject The study of conflict of laws centers on disputes and transactions that have legal implications involving more than one sovereign. 1 Conflicts problems, therefore, can involve questions that go to the very heart of relations between governments.
The Sanders Report on the GAO Audit on Major Conflicts of Interest at the Federal Reserve U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) Washington, DC October 19, 2011
1 "The Conflicts of Globalization and Restructuring of Education" Douglas Kellner The September 11 terrorist attacks have generated a wealth of theoretical reflection as well as regressive political responses by the Bush administration and other governments (Kellner, 2003b).
SPINELINE MAY/JUNE 2006 6 From the Desk of the President Joel M. Press, MD Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago Chicago, IL President's Message Conflicts.
95 Political Structure and 'Dam' Conflicts: Comparing Cases in Southeast Asia Ashok Swain, Associate Professor, Department of Peace and Conflict Research, Uppsala University, Box 514, Uppsala, SE-751 20 Sweden.
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A History of Identities, Violence, and Stability in Nigeria THE HISTORY OF IDENTITIES AND VIOLENT CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA
1 O ver the past decades, ethnonationalist conflict has become the dominant form of mass political violence. The overwhelming majority of civil wars in the postwar era were fought in the name of ethnonational autonomy or independence (Scherrer 1994:74)—as was the case during earlier waves of ...