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New frontiers in international human rights: Actionable nonactionables and the (non)performance of perpetual becoming.

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  • Journal of Human Rights. Apr-Jun2022, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p141-157. 17p. 1 Graph.
  • This article explores the emergence of various international justice narratives that operate as legal nonperformatives, making the law and law making seem liberatory. It shows that the ratification of a treaty may not qualify as a form of state expression or a speech act advocating human rights. Instead, it can be interpreted through semiotics as sending a signal about a stance. By examining this proleptic space, we can begin to make sense of what we cannot yet see, and perhaps begin to forecast whether the core tenets of international human rights will soon be reinvented or merely perpetuated. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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