global rule

Related to global rule: Golden Rule

global rule

n
(Grammar) (in transformational grammar) a rule that makes reference to nonconsecutive stages of a derivation
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By this, the Global Rule set is used to make fights easier and more entertaining for fans to watch.
Ashrawi added: "Countries like the United States and Australia who voted against the resolution are subverting the global rule of law and international consensus.
Behind Patrick's determinism is transnational progressivism, which holds that national sovereignty (including democratic sovereignty) must be attenuated because "global problems require global solutions." Hence, global or supranational institutions and a binding "global rule of law," are necessary in the coming interdependent world to achieve "global governance." This globalist order is different from an internationalist framework built on relations between sovereign nation states: in the former, nations cede crucial elements of sovereignty to transnational and supranational institutions.
Local ship owners looking to grab charter contracts of more than five years from state-run oil firms are staring at the uncertainty and cost implications arising from a new global rule on using low sulphur content fuel oil.
His topics include G20 and new developments of the global governance platform, the rise of regional economic cooperation and global rule reconstruction, international rules of finance, global value chains and trade in value-added, rules of government procurement, competitive neutrality and state-owned enterprises, and the reconstruction and prospects of global economic and trade rules.
"Blood Oil: Tyrants, Violence, and the Rules that Run the World" by political philosophers, Leif Wenar (who currently holds the Chair of Philosophy and Law at King's College London), goes behind the headlines in search of the hidden global rule that thwarts democracy and development-and that puts shoppers into business with some of today's most dangerous men.
With its actions, Israel is deliberately defying the global rule of law and international consensus.
(1) This growth in political relevance raises questions about how the processes of global rule making in IGOs should be organized.
As Haviv Rettig Gur observed in the Times of Israel, migration from high- to low-GDP-per-capita countries is the exception to a very stable global rule. Which means that today's olim are not part of a trendthey're bucking the trend.
Their primary goal, he said, is the establishment of a global rule of law, where a country's laws are subordinate to global law.
The guild touted what it called a Global Rule One initiative, an informational push to its 100,000 members not to violate a key provision of its constitution that bars members from working for producers not signatories to its agreements.
Highlighting the US's opposition last week to the creation of a new UN Human Rights Council, Mrs Robinson said: "It illustrates the seismic shift which has taken place in the relation of the US to global rule of law issues.
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