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International Human Rights Law

International Human Rights Law

International Human Rights Law Cases, Materials, Commentary 3rd Edition ISBN: 9781108463560 (Paperback)Publicado: October 2019Páginas: 1146 International human rights law has expanded remarkably since the 1990s. It is therefore more important than ever to identify, beyond specific controversies, its deeper structure and the general pattern of evolution. Moreover, it has a …

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International Journal of Constitutional Law – Volume 17, Issue 2, April 2019

International Journal of Constitutional Law - Volume 17, Issue 2, April 2019

International Journal of Constitutional Law Volume 17, Issue 2, April 2019 ISSN: 1474-2640, EISSN: 1474-2659 @ICONnect_blog iconnectblog.com Published in association with the New York University School of Law, I•CON is dedicated to advancing the study of international and comparative constitutional law in the broadest sense of the terms. I•CON recognizes …

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Community Interests Across International Law

Community Interests Across International Law Edited by Eyal Benvenisti and Georg Nolte

Community Interests Across International Law Author: Edited by Eyal Benvenisti and Georg Nolte ISBN: 9780198825210 Binding: Hardcover Publication Date: 24 July 2018 Price: $125.00 Description This book explores the extent to which contemporary international law expects states to take into account the interests of others – namely third states or …

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Irregular migration after the Aquarius incident: moving beyond the law. A reflection on Fink and Gombeer

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Irregular migration after the Aquarius incident: moving beyond the law. A reflection on Fink and Gombeer Introduction Last month, EJIL: Talk! published a piece by Fink and Gombeer on the legality of Italy and Malta’s recent failure to provide a safe haven to a rescue vessel Aquarius. Essentially, the authors concluded …

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The Relationship between National Law and International Law in the Report of the Georgia Fact-Finding Mission: A Rejoinder

The Relationship between National Law and International Law in the Report of the Georgia Fact-Finding Mission: A Rejoinder Editor’s Note: This post is a continuation of a discussion engendered by a previous post by André de Hoogh. Readers will benefit from reading that previous post and the comments made in …

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A Human Right to Water? The South African Constitutional Court’s Decision in the Mazibuko Case

A Human Right to Water? The South African Constitutional Court’s Decision in the Mazibuko Case Peter Danchin is Associate Professor of Law at The University of Maryland Law School.  His recent articles have been published in the Journal of Law and Religion, the Yale Journal of International Law, and the Harvard International Law Journal. …

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The Relationship between National Law and International Law in the Report of the Georgia Fact-Finding Mission:

The Relationship between National Law and International Law in the Report of the Georgia Fact-Finding Mission: Editor’s Note: This post is part of a series discussing the the Report of the Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on the Conflict in Georgia. Other posts in this series include Gazzini, “Criteria for Statehood …

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One step forward, two steps backward: The ICJ interprets Mexico’s Request for Interpretation of Avena and other Mexican Nationals

One step forward, two steps backward: The ICJ interprets Mexico’s Request for Interpretation of Avena and other Mexican Nationals On 19 January 2009, the International Court of Justice formally declined to interpret its judgment in the Case of Avena and Certain Other Mexican Nationals (Avena), which dealt, as did its …

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