Elgar Studies in Human Rights

Series Editors: Alison Brysk, Distinguished Professor, Department of Global Studies and Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara and Stephanie Farrior, Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute, Hunter College, US Editorial Board: David Kinley, University of Sydney, Australia, Sarah Joseph, Griffith Law School, Griffith University, Australia, Balakrishnan Rajagopal, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US, Penelope Simons, University of Ottawa, Canada and Tom Zwart, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Discourse on human rights has grown ever more visible and essential, with human rights principles being discussed and scrutinized on both the international and national stage. This series brings together high-quality works of scholarship in the field of human rights, primarily in law, but particularly those with a critical or analytical edge, or those taking innovative and interdisciplinary approaches. Books in the series also address concerns at the intersection of human rights and other fields such as trade, the environment, international investment and religion, thus contributing to the depth and breadth of scholarship so vital to understanding the complicated matters at stake.

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