This book deals with the topical subject of insolvency and the law of offshore trusts providing a practical guide to the known law and to the rules likely to be applied where there is no developed body of law.
This book considers the concept of effectiveness and its role in boundary dispute settlements. Through analysis of the application of effectiveness in historical and contemporary case law this book examines the role that international law plays in the adjudication of boundary disputes.
Anna Stoll Knecht's Mahler's Seventh Symphony offers a new interpretation of Gustav Mahler's most controversial work, based on a confrontation between genetic and analytic approaches. Exposing new facets of Mahler's musical humor, this book freshly reconsiders the composer's cultural identity, revealing the Seventh's pivotal role within his output.