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SHARES blog: The Maastricht Principles on Extraterritorial Obligations in the area of ESC rights – Comments to a Commentary

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: The extraterritorial applicability of human rights obligations is still a hotly debated topic. As most human rights treaties contain a jurisdiction clause which limits their effect to territories or people over

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SHARES blog: The Maastricht Principles on Extraterritorial Obligations in the area of ESC rights – Comments to a Commentary

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: The extraterritorial applicability of human rights obligations is still a hotly debated topic. As most human rights treaties contain a jurisdiction clause which limits their effect to territories or people over

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SHARES blog: ‘Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties and Shared Responsibility’, A Comment on Marko Milanovic’ SHARES Lecture

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Discussion of and comments on SHARES lecture by Dr. Marko Milanovic on 6 September 2012. Introduction: At his SHARES lecture at the ACIL on 6 September, Marko Milanovic discussed the relevance of his

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SHARES blog: ‘Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties and Shared Responsibility’, A Comment on Marko Milanovic’ SHARES Lecture

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Discussion of and comments on SHARES lecture by Dr. Marko Milanovic on 6 September 2012. Introduction: At his SHARES lecture at the ACIL on 6 September, Marko Milanovic discussed the relevance of his

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect: Why Libya but not Syria? – Panel Discussion and Book Launch

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On the 8 March, the book “The Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice” was launched at Spui25in the center of Amsterdam. The launch could not have been more timely in light

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect: Why Libya but not Syria? – Panel Discussion and Book Launch

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On the 8 March, the book “The Responsibility to Protect: From Principle to Practice” was launched at Spui25in the center of Amsterdam. The launch could not have been more timely in light

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect Temporarily Stranded in Syria

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On 14 October , High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay publicly stated that the ‘onus to take protective action’ for the benefit of the Syrian people now lies with the

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SHARES blog: The Responsibility to Protect Temporarily Stranded in Syria

SHARES blog series on shared responsibility in international law. Introduction: On 14 October , High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay publicly stated that the ‘onus to take protective action’ for the benefit of the Syrian people now lies with the

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