International Tribunals and Human Security
By: James Meernik (author)Paperback
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The purpose of this text is to evaluate the extent to which international judicial institutions-principally the four most prominent tribunals, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, the Special Court for Sierra Leone and the International Criminal Court- have proven effective in advancing human security. It examines the processes of international justice, the judicial outcomes of these institutions, and the more long-range impact of their work on human rights and peace to assess their consequences in the affected nations as well as the international community.
James Meernik is professor of Political Science and Director and co-founder of the Castleberry Peace Institute at the University of North Texas.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Human Security and International Justice Chapter 3: Human Rights, Human Security and International Justice Chapter 4: Peace, Human Security and International Justice Chapter 5: Legitimacy, Human Security and International Justice Chapter 6: Conclusion Bibliography About the Author Index
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