Human rights and power in times of globalisation / edited by Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko.

Publisher's description: How does globalisation affect the ability of human rights to constrain power? This is the central question of this volume that tackles the issue from a variety of perspectives. It covers such branches of international law and human rights as diplomatic protection, power...

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Other Authors: Yahyaoui Krivenko, Ekaterina (Editor)
Other title:Human rights and power in times of globalization.
Format: Book
Published: Leiden ; Boston : Brill Nijhoff, [2018]
Table of Contents:
  • Human rights, power and globalisation : a roadmap / Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko
  • Indigenous peoples' collective self-determination in the age of legal globalisation / Ranjoo Seodu Herr
  • Re-appraising the significance of 'third-generation' rights in a globalised world / Dustin N. Sharp
  • Sovereignty as responsibility at the International Criminal Court : the frontiers of international judicial intervention / Emanuela Piccolo Koskimies
  • Taming the way of conducting hostilities in times of global conflict / Patrycja Grzebyk
  • Denizenship as a basis for compulsory diplomatic protection : does residence security as a human right restrict state sovereignty? / Tomoko Yamashita
  • International organisations and the pluralist international system : threatening the role of human rights? / Scarlett McArdle
  • The gradual normative shift from 'veto as a right' to 'veto as a responsibility' : the Suez crisis, the Syrian conflict, and UN reform / Nao Seoka
  • The bounds of (il)legality : rethinking regulation of transnational corporate wrongs / Valentina Azarova
  • Imagining people's tribunals as the promoter of human rights / Regina Menachery Paulose.