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Author Ahmad, Md. Tanveer
Title Adapting the existing regime for the contemporary world to achieve global civil aviation safety: A developing country perspective
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Descript 135 p
Note Source: Masters Abstracts International, Volume: 49-02, page: 0882
Thesis (LL.M.)--McGill University (Canada), 2010
Due to lack of compliance with and enforcement of legal and regulatory norms concerning civil aviation safety, the global civil aviation safety has remained and continues to remain at risk. To remedy this deficiency, both multilateral and unilateral initiatives have been launched. This thesis discusses on both of those initiatives and concludes that, although useful mechanism, none of these can ensure complete global civil aviation safety. Most importantly, "Blacklisting" under those unilateral initiatives is harming the financially and technically weak developing countries to such an extent that those feeble countries are becoming permanently disabled even to continue their aviation activities which is hazardous for the entire world. To adapt the existing regime for the contemporary world to achieve global civil aviation safety, this thesis reviews and suggests some useful reform proposals
School code: 0781
Host Item Masters Abstracts International 49-02
Subject Law
Political Science, International Law and Relations
0398
0616
Alt Author McGill University (Canada)
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