StatusThe thesis was presented on the 29 April, 2011
Approved by NCAA on the 8 July, 2011
Abstract– 0.51 Mb / in romanian
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Dissertation structure: introduction, 4 chapters, general conclusions and recommendations, list of the used literature which includes 314 sources, 4 appendixes, 152 pages of the basic text. The results of the thesis research were presented in 11 scientific articles.
Study domain. This thesis is a scientifically research of international-legal regulation of weapon sale to parties of international law in modern conditions.
Goal and objectives of the work. The purpose of the thesis consists in finding out and conceptualizing the actual problems of international-legal regulation of weapon sale through analysis of the organizational rules of control on weapon sale, studying of internal legal basis of states and international-legal documents in this field.
Scientific novelty and originality. Scientific novelty of the research consists in the resolution of the scientific problem, necessity of adoption of legal framework in the sphere of regulation and control of the weapon sale to the changing realities of world politics. In connection with that there are underlined basically topical problems of international-legal regulation of the weapon sale and analysis of the international-legal basis in this field.
Theoretical significance. The thesis makes a definite contribution in the development of political-legal knowledge in the sphere of regulation of armament circulation and military technologies in nowadays conditions. Thesis research can be basis for further understanding of the problems of legal regulation on weapon sale.
Practical value of the work. The thesis can be interesting for theorists and practitioners in domain of international law, its results can be used in studying, and recommendations – in organization of effective system of control on weapon sale, completion and strengthening of legal norms in this domain.
Implementation of scientific results. Research results can serve as additional course support material for Public International Law, or they can be used in elaboration of new special courses, as for instance, Law of Disarmament, Refugee Law etc.