Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'rule of law''
Profiteering by the six main UK energy companies is again in the spotlight after OFGEM reported that average cost per household for gas and electricity is now £1,345 per year, with profit per customer in the [...]
In his first speech to the people of Tripoli, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, the interim leader of Libya’s National Transitional Council announced his vision for a post-Gaddafi Libya: “We are seeking to establish a state government by law and [...]
Here it seems useful to refer to Chinese political thought for triangulation. In Chinese political thought, the rule is classified into Dézhì, or rule by virtue of Rújiā, Confucian school, and Fǎzhì, or rule by law, [...]
A famous German legal philosopher Gustav Radbruch (d.1949) pointed out that the law has 3 mutually contradicting elements, Gleichheit (justice), Zweckmäßigkeit (purposiveness or effectiveness) and Rechtssicherheit (legal certainty), but the most fundamental is the legal certainty. [...]
“It is easier to start wars than to end them. It is easier to blame others than to look inward; to see what is different about someone than to find the things we share. But we should choose [...]
The vintage Hollywood western movie, starring John Wayne or Jimmy Stewart, was characterised by the US Marshall trying to bring law and order to the lawless society called the ‘wild west’. Whilst America could make some [...]