The Vicious Cycle of Women’s Rights Violations in Afghanistan and the Need for Accountability

The enduring impact of prolonged conflict has severely strained the social, political, and economic fabrics of Afghanistan. Among the least documented yet most distressing aspects is the plight of Afghan women historically. Despite the historical variations of ruling ideologies there … Continue reading » “The Vicious Cycle of Women’s Rights Violations in Afghanistan and the Need for Accountability”

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The Dangers of the Obvious but Often Disregarded Details in the International Criminal Law Demarcation Debate: Norm-Integration and the Triple-Thesis ‘Argument’

 

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When responses to international crimes are managed in terms of post-conflict justice, this event may end ‘the demarcation debate’ before it has begun, thereby rendering it superfluous among legal scholars. This is to say that the transition from … Continue reading » “The Dangers of the Obvious but Often Disregarded Details in the International Criminal Law Demarcation Debate: Norm-Integration and the Triple-Thesis ‘Argument’”

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Expanding the Boundaries of International Human Rights Law. The Systemic Approach of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights

The Inter- American Court of Human Rights has developed an interpretative approach in recent years that considers all international instruments that deliver protection to human beings as part of the same legal system, that is, the corpus juris of international … Continue reading » “Expanding the Boundaries of International Human Rights Law. The Systemic Approach of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights”

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