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International Law and the Rights of Minorities New ed

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Patrick ThornberrySenior Lecturer in Law, Keele University

ISBN13: 9780198258292
ISBN: 0198258291
Published: January 1995
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £38.99



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The treatment of ethnic and religious minorities by states is a major issue in the closing decade of the twentieth century. Conflict between ethnic groups, and between groups and states colours international relations and politics. The developments in Eastern Europe and the USSR have led to a re-emergence of ethnic and nationalist issues, whilst the problems of national consolidation of new states inevitably raises questions of culture, religiation and language. Minorities rights are difficult to accommodate within the individualist and universalist framework of human rights. International law is required to deal with dilemmas such as individual versus collective rights, passivity on the part of the state towards minority cultures or positive action to promote them, and nation-building as against group self-determination and autonomy. International Law and the Rights of Minorities attempts to explore the response of international law to these major questions through detailed analysis of treaty and customary law, including regional treaties.;This book is intended for international lawyers, both academic and practising. Students of international law, human rights, and civil liberties.