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  • Member Publication2018 / 1

    Kadarudin FNUHuman Security in International Law Perspective
  • Member Publication2017 / 1

    José Manuel Barreto‘Feeling Human Rights. Emotional Art and the Work of Viola, Salgado and Botero‘, en W. Gephart, ed., ‘Law and the Arts‘ (Frankfurt: Klostermann
  • Member Publication2017 / 2

    Ma. Angela Leonor AguinaldoThrough the Looking Glass: An Overdue Look on Philippine Jurisprudence and the Issue on Eyewitness Testimony
  • Member Publication2017 / 3

    Qiyue ZHANGEconomic Research Guide
  • Member Publication2017 / 4

    KUMARI NITU NITUStrengthening Gender Justice in The Wake of Prevailing Poverty: An Analysis Under Human Rights Regime
  • Member Publication2017 / 5

    Lauri MalksooRussia and the European Court of Human Rights: the Strasbourg Effect
  • Member Publication2017 / 6

    Yasuzo KitamuraThe Influence of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights on Prisoners’ Rights and Criminal Justice in Contemporary Japan, Japanese Annual of International Law, Vol. 59
  • Member Publication2017 / 7

    Akihiko MoritaPhilosophical Foundation of Human Rights at the Contemporary Multicultural Society
  • Member Publication2017 / 8

    Yasuzo KitamuraThe Influence of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights on Prisoners’ Rights and Criminal Justice in Contemporary Japan, Japanese Annual of International Law, Vol. 59
  • Member Publication2017 / 9

    Karsten NowrotThe Global Ordering Idea of Human Security – Blessing or Curse for International Human Rights?, in: Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict 30 (2017), p. 27 – 35
  • Member Publication2017 / 10

    Karsten NowrotThe Global Ordering Idea of Human Security – Blessing or Curse for International Human Rights?, in: Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict 30 (2017), p. 27 – 35
  • Member Publication2017 / 11

    KUMARI NITU NITUStrengthening Gender Justice in The Wake of Prevailing Poverty: An Analysis Under Human Rights Regime