The International Community Through a Human Rights' Perspective
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This piece of work aims at the present paradoxical relationship between the advancement of international community and Law with their new bonds related to the attempt by some States on undermining the human rights' scope in times of crisis. The methodology applied was a bibliographic and documental review of the main decisions adopted and the relevant case law. The theoretical horizon follows the major theories about terrorism and acts of exception, bringing to light the recent events that changed the history of the world. Concludes the work that is the current task of international society, today featured as universal, opened, equal and decentralized, to achieve balance between the state of exception and terrorism, counting on the role played by new international subjects that have functioned as effective operators of the Law, constantly trying to piece together what have been abruptly separated, State and Law.
Auteur Daniel Odon
Détails sur le produit
Nombre de pages 128
Type de produit Livre de Poche
Dimension 220 mm