Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko, lecturer at the Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway. In 2016 she received NUI Galway President’s award for research excellence. She acted as an independent expert for the EU Horizon2020 Programme.
All interested in human rights, international law and contemporary challenges posed by globalisation.
Table of contents
Notes on Contributors
Introduction: Human Rights, Power and Globalisation: A Roadmap
Ekaterina Yahyaoui Krivenko
Part 1: Human Rights in Times of Globalisation: a Panacea?
1 Indigenous Peoples’ Collective Self-determination in the Age of Legal Globalisation
Ranjoo Seodu Herr
2 Re-appraising the Significance of ‘Third-Generation’ Rights in a Globalised World
Dustin N. Sharp
Part 2: Human Rights and Power of States in Context
3 Sovereignty as Responsibility at the International Criminal Court: The Frontiers of International Judicial Intervention
Emanuela Piccolo Koskimies
4 Taming the Way of Conducting Hostilities in Times of Global Conflict
5 Denizenship as a Basis for Compulsory Diplomatic Protection: Does Residence Security as a Human Right Restrict State Sovereignty?
Part 3: Human Rights and Power of International Organisations
6 International Organisations and the Pluralist International System: Threatening the Role of Human Rights?
7 The Gradual Normative Shift from ‘Veto as a Right’ to ‘Veto as a Responsibility’: The Suez Crisis, the Syrian Conflict, and un Reform
Part 4: Human Rights Taming Power Through Domestic Processes
8 The Bounds of (Il)legality: Rethinking Regulation of Transnational Corporate Wrongs
9 Imagining People’s Tribunals as the Promoter of Human Rights
Regina Menachery Paulose