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Human Rights, Intervention, and the Use of Force

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The imperatives of sovereignty, human rights and national security very often pull in different directions, yet the relations between these three different notions are considerably more subtle than those of simple opposition. Rather, their interaction may at times be contradictory, at others tense, and at others even complementary. This collection presents an analysis of ...more
Paperback, 294 pages
Published December 1st 2008 by Oxford University Press, USA (first published January 1st 2008)
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Jaana
Mar 13, 2014 Jaana rated it really liked it
Shelves: law, non-fiction

This book has aged well. It gives much attention to Kosovo and the NATO bombing campaign and that part of it is as true as ever. It ends with an article about R2P that must be read with the publishing date in mind.



Overall a great collection of articles and an interesting read not only for those interested in international law.


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