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Imputed Criminal Liability and the Goals of International Justice
(Leiden Journal of International Law, 2007)
This article considers the suitability of employing particular modes of imputed criminal liability in trials before international criminal tribunals. It focuses specifically on the doctrines of joint criminal enterprise ...
International law, literature and interdisciplinarity
(Taylor & Francis, 2015-07-03)
This article analyses the relationship between international law and literature from the point of view of its form of expression. Using insights from Deleuze and Guattari's analysis of Kafka's oeuvre as a ‘minor literature’, ...
Introduction to Post-Conflict Rebuilding and International Law
Rethinking human rights and culture through female genital surgeries
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2015-02)
The article revisits the relationship between culture and human rights through the analysis of one traditionally condemned cultural practice known in human rights law as female genital mutilation. The analysis draws on ...
Hospitality and sovereignty: what can we learn from the Canadian private sponsorship of refugees program?
(Oxford University Press, 2012-09-10)
This article addresses the tension between state sovereignty and refugee protection. The application of refugee law is often harshly criticized with such modern tendencies as increased border controls ...
Muslim women's claims to refugee status within the context of child custody upon divorce under Islamic law
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
This article analyses case law from the UK, New Zealand, and Canada relating to claims for recognition of refugee status presented by divorced Muslim women, revolving around the issue of child custody after divorce under ...
The Islamic veil and its discontents: how do they undermine gender equality
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2012)
The article addresses the use of notions of gender equality and non-discrimination in the discussions concerning the practice of Islamic veiling by the European Court of Human Rights as well as by French authorities ...
The "Reservations Dialogue" as a constitution-making process
(Brill Academic Publishers, 2013)
The article proposes a new reading of the reservations regime to human rights treaties. The practice developed by states in relation to the reservations regime is analysed and presented as a constitution-making process. ...
Ireland, peacekeeping and policing the 'new world order'.
(Centre for Research and Documentation, 1997)
The collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the 'Cold War' has given rise to a situation where there is in effect one world 'superpower', the United States of America (US). The so called 'new world order' was intended ...