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What Is the Added Value of the EU Global Human Rights Sanctions Regime?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Foreign Affairs Review. 2021, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p477-497. 21p.

Abstract:The European Union's Global Human Rights Sanctions Regime (EUGHRSR), adopted in December 2020, is expected to augment the Union's role in global normative diplomacy. Although the Council has a long history of responding to human rights violations throu...

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Business Human Rights - A New Field of Activity for Arbitration?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):ASA Bulletin. 2021, Vol. 39 Issue 1, p109-122. 14p.

Abstract:Despite the rejection of the Swiss Responsible Business Initiative, establishing binding due diligence obligations for multinationals and a legal basis for their liability for violations of business human rights ("BHR") are likely to remain on the poli...

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The EU's Approach to Human Rights in Egypt: Views from Civil Society.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Foreign Affairs Review. 2020 Special Issue, Vol. 25, p25-46. 22p.

Abstract:Before the Arab uprisings, the EU wishfully pinned its hope on a spill-over effect from trade to political reform as well as onto actors' socialization. In Egypt, this strategy fell prey to Mubarak's 'carrot-and-stick' approach to the nascent NGO secto...

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The EU's 'Pragmatist Turn' and the Struggle for Social Justice and Human Rights in the Arab World: A Decentring Framework for Analysis.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Foreign Affairs Review. 2020 Special Issue, Vol. 25, p1-24. 24p.

Abstract:This Special Issue aims to inquire how two contradictory developments - the sustained struggle for human rights and social justice in the Arab world since 2011 and the EU's pragmatist turn that has followed it - interact by examining the changing relat...

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The Inconsistent Human Rights Agenda of EU Mediterranean Policy.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Foreign Affairs Review. 2020, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p445-465. 21p.

Abstract:Vagueness and inconsistency in policy formulation represent an underlying factor for the longstanding weakness and ineffectiveness of EU human rights action towards the Mediterranean neighbourhood. This article aims to shed light on the causes of such ...

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Compromising on Values? Human Rights Pressure and Competing Interests of the European Union in the Former Soviet States.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Foreign Affairs Review. Feb2018, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p119-141. 23p.

Abstract:What influences the European Union's (EU's) policy towards human rights abuse in third countries? What effects do the EU's punitive measures have on the subsequent human rights situation? In literature, there is no consensus about the effects of such a...

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Is This the Real Life? Is This Just Fantasy?: Ten Weeks in Early 2021: Ten Significant Business and Human Rights Events.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Company Law (1572-4999); Jun2021, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p80-83, 4p

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Promoting Human Rights Through the EU External Action: An Empty 'Vessel' for Sexual Minorities?

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):European Foreign Affairs Review. Oct2017, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p341-356. 16p.

Abstract:Sexual minoritie's rights are increasingly included in the EU internal as well as external agenda. While the EU normative framework and its internal developments seem to be dominated by the value of equality, doubts arise on the rationale underlying th...

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COMPETING PARADIGMS OF IMMIGRANT HUMAN RIGHTS IN AMERICA.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Law & Business Review of the Americas; Fall2015, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p459-475, 17p

Abstract:The article examines the history of immigration law and rules in the U.S.; reports the contrasting paradigms of immigration law between the states; and mentions the need of laws to protect human rights.

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"YA ME CANSE": HOW THE IGUALA MASS KIDNAPPING DEMONSTRATES MEXICO'S CONTINUED FAILURE TO ADHERE TO ITS INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS OBLIGATIONS.

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Law & Business Review of the Americas; Summer2015, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p291-340, 50p

Abstract:The article focuses on the mass kidnapping incident held in Iguala in Guerrero, Mexico in September 2014 which demonstrate the Mexico's failure to meet its international human rights obligations under the International Convention for the Protection of ...

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