Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||PBI -- no. 2011-7055, PBI -- no. 11:184, PBI (Series) -- no. 2011-7055., PBI (Series) -- no. 11:184.|
|LC Classifications||KF9449.A75 H86 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 346 p. :|
|Number of Pages||346|
|LC Control Number||2011934602|
This chapter explores the role of bodies within the complex historical development of the laws of war, and the contemporary crisis of human rights. It analyses how the body Counts, that is, how attempts to determine or obfuscate the identity of the victims of violence influence the legality/legitimacy of such violence, and the consequential options available for the prevention of abuses and protection of human by: 2. Human Rights in Crisis contains an element of hope derived from a conviction that the pursuit of human rights happens on many fronts and in many ways around the globe; that a retreat from human rights in the United States does not necessarily signal a global : $ Human Rights in Crisis contains an element of hope derived from a conviction that the pursuit of human rights happens on many fronts and in many ways around the globe; that a retreat from human rights in the United States does not necessarily signal a global retreat. Human rights are violated during periods of crisis, when people are most vulnerable and their worlds have been turned upside down. Events such as civil war, Skip to main contentCited by: 2.
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