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Towards the Golden Jubilee (The European Consortium for Church-State Research)

The Berlin Wall was still standing. Internet as such did not exist yet and fewer than 100,000 computers were connected to its forerunner. Publishing companies had huge stocks in immense warehouses. The European Union was yet to be born. The European Economic Communit...


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Buddhism and Law. An introduction

Studia canonica

Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies

Religious Freedom & Business Foundation

The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs

This volume will be an essential resource for all students and teachers in Buddhist studies, law and religion, and comparative law.

Studia canonica is a scholarly journal on canon law published twice a year by the Faculty of Canon Law of Saint Paul University in Ottawa, Canada.