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Fundamental Rights Challenges in Border Controls and Expulsion of Irregular Immigrants in the European Union: Complaint Mechanisms and Access to Justice

Fundamental Rights Challenges in Border Controls and Expulsion of Irregular Immigrants in the European Union: Complaint Mechanisms and Access to Justice

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Sergio Carrera, Marco Stefan
February 20, 2020

This edited volume examines the extent to which the various authorities and actors currently performing border management and expulsion-related tasks are subject to accountability mechanisms capable of delivering effective remedies and justice for abuses suffered by migrants and asylum seekers....

Extending International Human Rights Protections to Vulnerable Populations

Extending International Human Rights Protections to Vulnerable Populations

1st Edition

Forthcoming

Raymond A. Smith
October 23, 2019

This book inductively develops a new typology that identifies and evaluates three principal strategies that have been, and are being, used to extend international human rights protections to new categories of vulnerable populations. The book explicates the evolution and ongoing utility of the...

Politics of International Human Rights Law Promotion in Western Europe: Order versus Justice

Politics of International Human Rights Law Promotion in Western Europe: Order versus Justice

1st Edition

Koldo Casla
June 20, 2019

This book offers a critical reinterpretation of Western European States’ programmatic support for International Human Rights Law (IHRL) since the 1970s. It examines the systemic or structural constraints inherent to the international legal system and argues that order trumps justice in Western...

Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy: Prevarications and Evasions

Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy: Prevarications and Evasions

1st Edition

Clair Apodaca
May 21, 2019

Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Policy provides a comprehensive historical overview and analysis of the complex and often vexing problem of understanding the formation of U.S. human rights policy. The proper place of human rights and fundamental freedoms in U.S. foreign policy has long been debated...

Truth, Silence and Violence in Emerging States: Histories of the Unspoken

Truth, Silence and Violence in Emerging States: Histories of the Unspoken

1st Edition

Aidan Russell
November 19, 2018

Around the world in the twentieth century, political violence in emerging states gave rise to different kinds of silence within their societies. This book explores the histories of these silences, how they were made, maintained, evaded, and transformed. This book gives a comprehensive view of the...

Extraordinary Rendition: Addressing the Challenges of Accountability

Extraordinary Rendition: Addressing the Challenges of Accountability

1st Edition

Elspeth Guild, Didier Bigo, Mark Gibney
April 19, 2018

The US led programme of extraordinary rendition created profound challenges for the international system of human rights protection and rule of law. This book examines the efforts of authorities in Europe and the US to re-establish rule of law and respect for human rights through the investigation...

Human Rights in Democracies

Human Rights in Democracies

1st Edition

Peter Haschke
November 02, 2017

Violations of the right to the physical integrity of the person, such as torture, cruel and unusual punishment, extra-judicial executions, disappearances, and political imprisonment have long been treated as an anomaly in democratically governed societies. In the current literature on human rights,...

Understanding Statelessness

Understanding Statelessness

1st Edition

Tendayi Bloom, Katherine Tonkiss, Phillip Cole
June 07, 2017

Understanding Statelessness offers a comprehensive, in-depth examination of statelessness. The volume presents the theoretical, legal and political concept of statelessness through the work of leading critical thinkers in this area. They offer a critique of the existing framework through detailed...

Sovereignty, State Failure and Human Rights: Petty Despots and Exemplary Villains

Sovereignty, State Failure and Human Rights: Petty Despots and Exemplary Villains

1st Edition

Neil A. Englehart
May 15, 2017

This book argues that the effectiveness of the state apparatus is one of the crucial variables determining human rights conditions, and that state weakness and failure is responsible for much of the human rights abuses we see today. Weak states are unable to control their own agents or to police...

A Genealogy of the Torture Taboo

A Genealogy of the Torture Taboo

1st Edition

Jamal Barnes
April 07, 2017

This book examines the historical genealogy of the torture taboo. The dissonance between the absolute prohibition against torture and its widespread violation raises important questions about the torture taboo in world politics. Does the torture taboo matter? Or are political realists correct in...

Human Rights and the Dark Side of Globalisation: Transnational law enforcement and migration control

Human Rights and the Dark Side of Globalisation: Transnational law enforcement and migration control

1st Edition

Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen, Jens Vedsted-Hansen
December 12, 2016

This edited volume examines the continued viability of international human rights law in the context of growing transnational law enforcement. With states increasingly making use of global governance modes, core exercises of public authority such as migration control, surveillance, detention and...

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