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A critique of liberal rights exposing the paradox between 'good' capitalism and the reality of its actions.
The purpose of this book is to consider the legality of the changing practice of the International Committee of the Red Cross ICRC. It provides extensive legal analysis of the ICRC as an organisation, legal person, and humanitarian actor. It draws on the law of organisations, International Humanitarian Law, International...
This book analyses human rights in post-national contexts and demonstrates, through the case law of the European Court of Human Rights, that the Margin of Appreciation doctrine is an essential part of human rights adjudication. Current approaches have tended to stress the instrumental value of the Margin of Appreciation, or...
This fourth edition of David P. Forsythe's successful textbook provides an authoritative and timely analysis of the place of human rights in an age of upheaval in international politics. Updated throughout to take account of recent issues, events and scholarship, it is a vital resource for courses on the international...
This book is for readers who are interested in how the concept and practice of civil and criminal justice in China has developed over recent decades. It examines the idea of justice, the drama of state justice, the expression of justice in public and how justice is delivered.
Focusing on Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the book provides a groundbreaking and multi-layered account of the most influential statement on religious freedom in human history. It examines the origins, background, key players, and outcomes of Article 18.
By Philip Leach
An essential exploration of the law, practice, and procedure of the European Court of Human Rights. This book provides practical, in-depth guidance on the Court procedure and includes a concise and up-to-date analysis of the substantive law of the European Convention on Human Rights.