Human Rights and International Law

Most of the different daily posts that appear on this blog are organized into so-called “blog series”. For example, there’s a series called human rights and international law.

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Human Rights and International Law (1): Boycotting the China Olympics Because of Human Rights Violations in China and Sudan/Darfur
Human Rights and International Law (2): Universal Jurisdiction
Human Rights and International Law (3): Humanitarian Intervention
Human Rights and International Law (4): Catch 22 of Human Rights Monitoring
Human Rights and International Law (5): Enforcement of Human Rights
Human Rights and International Law (6): International Human Rights Law and Its National Effects
Human Rights and International Law (7): Crimes Against Humanity
Human Rights and International Law (8): Real and Normative Universality of Human Rights
Human Rights and International Law (9): Impunity
Human Rights and International Law (10): Why Do Human Rights Need International Law?
Human Rights and International Law (11): International Law Between Protecting and Obstructing Human Rights; The Rules on Immunity and Intervention
Human Rights and International Law (12): The International Criminal Court, An Historical Perspective
Human Rights and International Law (13): The International Criminal Court, What Does It Do & How Does It Do It?
Human Rights and International Law (14): Human Rights vs. Humanitarianism?
Human Rights and International Law (15): Human Rights and Business, and the Problem of Legally Enforceable “Corporate Social Responsibility”
Human Rights and International Law (16): In Defense of Universal Jurisdiction
Human Rights and International Law (17): License to Kill? The Morality and Legality of Targeted Killings of Terrorists
Human Rights and International Law (18): Responsibility to Protect (R2P)
Human Rights and International Law (19): Child Soldiers and the Rights of the Child
Human Rights and International Law (20): Ratifying the Convention Against Torture With the Express Purpose of Torturing Anyway
Human Rights and International Law (21): Human Rights and the Irrelevance of the Law
Human Rights and International Law (22): The Usefulness of Retroactive Laws
Human Rights and International Law (23): The Dilemma of Treaty Ratification Rates

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