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Response to large-scale atrocities: humanitarian intervention and the responsibility to protect
The United Nations has shown recurrent inability to respond to international threats caused by severe human rights violations and thus failed to perform one of its main function—preservation of international peace and ...
Review of decisions of the European Court of Human Rights in cases against the Republic of Lithuania in 2010
This article presents the review of the cases decided by the European Court of Human Rights against Lithuania during 2010. Authors provide the summary of relevant cases so that the potential reader is updated with the ...
Responsibility of transnational corporations for human rights violations: deficiencies of international legal background and solutions offered by national and regional legal tools
The article deals with the question how transnational corporations can bear direct responsibility for human rights abuses they commit by analysing the deficiencies of the current international legal background with respect ...
Le droit de protester en tant que forme spécifique de l’exercice du droit de réunion
The freedom of every person to assembly in a peaceful manner is expressly recognized in all international human rights instruments as well as in national law. However, the implementation of such commitments often remains ...