Human Rights Protection in Global Politics: Responsibilities of States and Non-State Actors (Global Issues)

Human Rights Protection in Global Politics: Responsibilities of States and Non-State Actors (Global Issues)

By: Kurt Mills (editor), David Jason Karp (editor)Hardback

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This edited book by Mills and Karp brings together political, legal and moral perspectives on the responsibilities of human rights protection in world politics today. It critiques a narrow focus on states' 'violations' of human rights, incorporates non-state actors, and looks beyond the 'Responsibility to Protect' policy framework.

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Susan Ariel Aaronson, George Washington University, USA Matyas Bodig, University of Aberdeen, UK Kerry Bystrom, Bard College, USA Tim Dunne, University of Queensland, Australia Michael Galchinsky, Georgia State University, USA Katharine Gelber, University of Queensland, Australia Mark Gibney, UNC-Asheville, USA Flor Gonzalez Correa, University of Birmingham, UK Ian Higham, EIRIS Melissa Labonte, Fordham University, USA Nicola Macbean, The Rights Practice Maaike Matelski, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands Glenn Mitoma, University of Connecticut, USA Elisa Nesossi, Australia National University, Australia Daniel J. Whelan, Hendrix College, USA

Contents

PART I: RESPONSIBILITY AND HUMAN RIGHTS 1. Introduction: Human Rights Responsibilities of States and Non-State Actors; David Jason Karp and Kurt Mills 2. Humanitarianism and Responsibility in Discourse and Practice; Glenn Mitoma and Kerry Bystrom PART II: STATES' RESPONSIBILITIES: BEYOND 'VIOLATIONS' OF HUMAN RIGHTS 3. Doctrinal Innovation and State Obligations: The Patterns of Doctrinal Development in the Jurisprudence of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Matyas Bodig 4. Indivisible Human Rights and the End(s) of the State; Daniel J. Whelan 5. Beyond Individual Accountability: The Meaning of State Responsibility; Mark Gibney PART III: RESPONSIBILITIES OF NON-STATE ACTORS 6. Putting the Blame on Governments: Why Firms and Governments Have Failed to Advance the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights; Susan Ariel Aaronson and Ian Higham 7. The Concept of Human Rights Protection and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights; David Jason Karp 8. Human Rights Ltd.: An Alternative Approach to Assessing the Impact of Transnational Corporations on Human Rights; Flor Gonzalez Correa 9. Living Up to Human Rights Responsibilities: Lawyers and Law Firms in the Chinese Authoritarian Context; Nicola Macbean and Elisa Nesossi 10. Fulfilling the Right to Education? Responsibilities of State and Non-State Actors in Myanmar's Education System; Maaike Matelski PART IV: THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT 11. What Responsibilities Does the International Community Have in Complex Humanitarian Crises and Mass Atrocity Situations?; Kurt Mills 12. Grappling with Double Manifest Failure: R2P and the Civilian Protection Conundrum; Melissa Labonte 13. Prevention Cascade: The United States and the Diffusion of R2P; Michael Galchinsky 14. Argumentation and the Responsibility to Protect: The Case of Libya; Tim Dunne and Katharine Gelber

Product Details

  • publication date: 13/01/2015
  • ISBN13: 9781137463166
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 334
  • ID: 9781137463166
  • weight: 550
  • ISBN10: 1137463163

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