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Archivo de Etiquetas: UDHR

Visions of the ‘Right to Democratic Governance’ under International Law: The Complexities of the Philippines under Duterte

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Visions of the ‘Right to Democratic Governance’ under International Law: The Complexities of the Philippines under Duterte Is international law any closer to defining the content of a “right to democratic governance”? International human rights law instruments do not prescribe a form of governance, but they do explicitly refer to …

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Treaty Supremacy, International Legal Process, and the Origins of the International Human Rights System

OpinioJuris

Treaty Supremacy, International Legal Process, and the Origins of the International Human Rights System by Peggy McGuinness [This is the seventh post in our symposium this week on treaty supremacy.] I share with the preceding commentators’ praise of David Sloss’s book, The Death of Treaty Supremacy, and agree with their assessment …

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Urbaser v Argentina: The Origins of a Host State Human Rights Counterclaim in ICSID Arbitration?

EJIL Blog of the European Journal of International Law

Urbaser v Argentina: The Origins of a Host State Human Rights Counterclaim in ICSID Arbitration? Investment tribunals rarely examine host state arguments based on international human rights law in great depth. The ICSID award Urbaser v Argentina is the first to provide a detailed discussion of a host state’s human …

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ONU encomia resolución de EEUU sobre crímenes internacionales cometidos por el ISIS

Familia cristiana desplazada por la violencia del ISIS en Iraq Foto: IRIN/Louise Redvers

ONU encomia resolución de EEUU sobre crímenes internacionales cometidos por el ISIS 18 de marzo, 2016 — El representante especial de la ONU para Iraq acogió con beneplácito hoy la resolución del Congreso de Estados Unidos que reconoce las atrocidades cometidas por el ISIS como posibles crímenes de guerra, de …

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