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Black Letter Series: International Human Rights

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Edition: 2nd ed., 2012
Author(s): Malone


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The Black Letter Series law outlines always offer a comprehensive discussion of the subject matter area, and International Human Rights highlights the important interpretations of cases and how they apply to factual situations. This law study aid has an extensive section on humanitarian intervention by states and by the United Nations, and it outlines the most recent Chapter VII enforcement actions by the U.N. Security Council, chronicling its legal and historical development. The book covers some currently prominent areas of human rights, such as refugee law, women's rights, and children's rights. It includes the most recent cases, including critical cases in 2001 and 2002. It covers the humanitarian rules of warfare, including a section on the post-September 11 developments, combatant status, and the legal issues surrounding the establishment of the military commissions. Few other study guide products help students better understand ever-changing interpretations of the law.

Table of Contents includes:
Rights of Individuals;
Human Rights and the United Nations;
Fundamental Human Rights;
Newly Emerging Rights and Fundamental Rights Recognized as Customary International Law;
Derogation From Protection of Rights;
The International Courts;
Regional Organizations;
Regional Human Rights Law and Institutions;
Humanitarian Intervention by the U.N.;
Humanitarian Intervention by States;
The Humanitarian Law of Armed Conflict;
Sources of Human Rights Law;
General Principles of Law;
Enforcement of Human Rights.

The Black Letter Series provides quality concise outlines on dozens of legal topics. These items are perfect for getting crucial information to enhance your law school class notes and outlines.


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Format Paperback
Author Malone
ISBN 9780314180544
Edition 2nd ed., 2012
Publisher West