Sovereignty and Human Rights: Rethinking their Interrelationship

Feb 23, 2010

This talk took place at the 2009 Carnegie-Uehiro-Oxford Conference, "Human Rights, Democracy, and Democratization." It was part of a session entitled "Human Rights Protection, Democratization, and the Use of Force: Principles for Action."

This talk took place at the 2009 Carnegie-Uehiro-Oxford Conference, "Human Rights, Democracy, and Democratization." It was part of a session entitled "Human Rights Protection, Democratization, and the Use of Force: Principles for Action."

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