4 edition of Right to democracy in international law found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -544) and index.
|Statement||Jude I. Ibegbu.|
|LC Classifications||K3184 .I24 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 551 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||551|
|LC Control Number||2002043165|
The rights enshrined in the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and subsequent human rights instruments covering group rights (e.g. indigenous peoples, minorities, persons with disabilities), are equally essential for democracy as they ensure an equitable distribution of wealth, and equality and equity in respect of. This chapter presents a response to Chapter 25’s account of self-determination and the human right to democracy. It suggests that the chapter’s argument for the human right to democracy fails because it does not sufficiently address the justificatory challenge that human rights face. It contrasts the justice-based argument for a human right to democracy with a legitimacy-based argument for Author: Fabienne Peter.
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the more important international law obligations; or to allow the. ex post facto. rejec-tion of international law norms by the state in accordance with the will of the people. 3. Once the exercise of domestic political self-determination is understood in the context of the authority of international law, the choice is straightforward: we must. References. Arendt, H , The Origins of Totalitarianism, Harvest Book, San Diego. Agamben, G , Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life, Stanford University Press, Stanford. Cedroni, L , ‘Rights in Progress. The Politics of Rights and the Democracy-Building Processes in Comparative Perspective,’ in C Corradetti (ed), Philosophical Dimensions of Human Rights: Some .
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: The Right to Democracy in International Law: Between Procedure, Substance and the Philosophy of John Rawls (Routledge Research in International Law) (): Khalifa A Alfadhel. The Right to Democracy in International Law: Between Procedure, Substance and the Philosophy of John Rawls (Routledge Research in International Law) - Kindle edition by Alfadhel, Khalifa A.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Right to Democracy in International Law: Between Cited by: 2. The book considers whether there can be considered to be a basis for the right to democracy in international customary law through identification of the relevant State practice and opinio juris,as well as through an evaluation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and whether the relevant provisions might be interpreted as forming customary law.
The book then goes on to explore the relevant provisions in international treaties including the International Covenant Cited by: 2. The book considers whether there can be considered to be a basis for the right to democracy in international customary law through identification of the relevant State practice and opinio juris, as well as through an evaluation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and whether the relevant provisions might be interpreted as forming customary law.
The book then goes on to explore the relevant provisions in international treaties including the International Covenant. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The right to democracy in international law: between procedure, substance and the philosophy of John Rawls in SearchWorks catalog. "right to democracy" is now emerging in international law and that all communities are entitled to democratic rules of governance.
It will then consider whether, and to what extent, the notion of democratic entitle ment has crystallised into a customary rule of international law. TheAuthor: Same Varayudej. The neutral position of classic international law on democracy is illustrated by the transfer of debts from undemocratic to democratic regimes.
As a contracting party, a State cannot call on its new constitutional structure so as to refuse to redeem debts contracted by a former undemocratic regime.
Besides, it is increasingly argued that the right to democracy has become customary international law (e.g. Monteiro, Ethics of Human Rights,p. In this spirit the democracy obligation is simply the other side of the coin, which seeks to give the individual a.
The principle of democracy is seen to have an influence in the functioning of international law and the practice of international relations and international governance: establishing a criterion for legitimate and lawful government, giving form to the right of peoples to political self-determination, providing a context for the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms, and establishing the basis for.
An introduction to international human rights law / edited by Azizur Rahman Chowdhury, Jahid Hossain Bhuiyan. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (hardback: alk.
paper) 1. Human rights. Chowdhury, Azizur Rahman. Bhuiyan, Jahid Hossain. KI63 ’8—dc22 ISSN: File Size: 1MB. The right to democracy in international law: between procedure, substance and the philosophy of John Rawls. [Khalifa A Alfadhel] -- "This book explores the right to democracy in international law and contemporary democratic theory, asking whether international law encompasses a substantive or procedural understanding of the.
The book considers whether there can be considered to be a basis for the right to democracy in international customary law through identification of the relevant State practice and opinio juris, as well as through an evaluation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and whether the relevant provisions might be interpreted as forming.
The Right to Democracy in International Law: Between Procedure, Substance and the Philosophy of John Rawls Routledge | English | Jan.
20 | ISBN | pages | PDF | mb By Khalifa A Alfadhel. The book is descriptive with respect to the overarching principles of public international law and U.S.
constitutional law, yet critical with respect to applications of (and failures to apply. whether international law is capable of effecting a supervisory role over an emerging norm of democratic governance. Democratic Governance and International Law breaks down into five broad areas in an effort to provide a well-rounded perspective on the nature and implications of the right to democratic governance in international : Richard A Barnes.
international law is ambiguous.4 On the one hand, there are fairly clear indications in might be a human right to democracy because this is essential to support other rights that can be argued for directly; it would be defended in the same way as the right to aFile Size: KB.
Hate Speech Rules Under International Law Toby Mendel Executive Director Centre for Law and Democracy February I. Introduction The issue of what speech should or may be prohibited on the basis that it incites others to hatred – so‐called ‘hate speech’ – isFile Size: KB.
Watch Video And Learn About The Human Right Article #21, The Right To Democracy, Take Part In The Government Of A Country, Equal Access To Public Service And The People Shall Be The Basis Of Authority In Government Through Elections Held By Free Voting Procedures.
THE EMERGING RIGHT TO DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE By Thomas M. Franck* Legitimacy in 1 flows not from the barrel of a gun but from the will of the people. U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker I know what real democracy is, what democracy is worth.
A thirty-seven-year-old Soviet lieutenant colonel who early on sided with anticoup forcestFile Size: 1MB. ratifying international human rights treaties. From the fight against violent extremism to the struggle to eliminate poverty and our approach to managing migration, international human rights law provides an essential framework and guidance to responsible and sustainable policy-making.
Parliamentarians have a deep connection to people’s concerns. The book under review, Democracy and International Law, is the most recent volume in The Library of Essays in International Law series.
Its stated aim is to bring together the core articles written on the developing body of international law regarding : Cécile Vandewoude.On Right to Know DayAccess Info Europe (Spain) and the Centre for Law and Democracy launched a report providing an analysis of the results and trends in the global RTI Rating, which assesses the legal framework for the right to information (RTI) in every country in the world which has adopted a national RTI law.