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Regulation of Cross-Border Law Enforcement: ‘Locks’ and ‘Dams’ to Regional and International Flows of Policing
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2017-06-28)
Trans-jurisdictional policing can eventuate within a number of different environments: in federal states comprising different jurisdictions, in bilateral and multilateral settings and in regional contexts, for example, in ...
The Reality and Hyperreality of Human Rights: Public Consciousness and the Mass Media
(Cambridge University Press, 2012)
Most human rights scholarship remains highly formalist, with a focus on norms and institutions. However, at least as powerful as, if not more powerful than, those norms and institutions, are the mass media. Consonant with ...
The UDHR and the Group: Individual and Community Rights to Culture
The deliberate omission of minority rights from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is suggested to be the basis for the fundamental tension between individual and group rights. This historical background is ...
Theorising law and historical memory: Denialism and the pre-conditions of human rights
States’ efforts to mould historical memory have long attracted scholarly attention. In recent years, however, a focus on the role of legal norms and mechanisms as tools in those efforts has steadily sharpened. Most scholarship ...
Transnational Hindu law adoptions: recognition and treatment in Britain
(Cambridge University Press, 2009)
This article examines how the adoption of children under Hindu law in India is regarded by British private international law and immigration law. Through an analysis of case law, it focuses particularly on how British ...