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Edited by Megret, Frederic; Alston, Philip
Many states have adopted human rights bills or acceded to regional systems in Europe, Africa and the Americas. What role then is there for the UN? This completely revised edition of the book first published in 1991 provides a comprehensive analysis of the UN's work in the field o...f Human Rights.Read more
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This text provides an analysis of the UN's work in the field of human rights. The essays critically examine the functions, procedures and performance of each of the major UN organs dealing with the subject, including the Security Council and the International Court of Justice.
Edited by Heller, Kevin; Megret, Frederic; Nouwen, Sarah; Ohlin, Jens; By Robinson, Darryl )
Moving away from conventional approaches to the study of the subject, the Oxford Handbook of International Criminal Law draws on insights from disciplines both outside of criminal law and outside of law itself to critically examine issues such as international criminal law's acto...rs, rationales, boundaries, and narrativesRead more
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Edited by Megret, Frederic; Tallgren, Immi
There are many books on the history of international criminal justice but most focus on major historical institutional developments. This book explores international criminal justice as it emerged particularly in the inter-war period at the intersection of a variety of intellectu...al projects that are often neglected today.Read more
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