Monthly Archives: May 2016

May 19 2016

Limiting Sovereignty and Legitimising Intervention

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By Nora Jaber* International law’s elevated focus on the protection of human rights has resulted in a shift from a purely state-centered body of law to one that is increasingly focused on individual rights. This has been accompanied by a … Continue reading

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May 9 2016

Constitutional Rights Law and its Limitations: Topical Examples

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By Anthony Kennelly* One consequence of the post-World War II ‘rights revolution’ is the ever growing use of constitutional law to protect fundamental rights. The goal of this is not only to protect such rights by judicial enforcement, at which … Continue reading

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