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Pages: 208 pages
Shipping Weight: 2.000(Kg)
Date Added: 2006-05-17
Search Category: Lawbooks
The author of the book has very well surveyed the nature of the terrorism, it's dimensions, and it's international jurisdiction. This detailed account furnishes the background necessary to understand human rights violations and terrorism in terms of religion and the current human rights situations. Readers are provided with a context that not only aids them in understanding the situation, but establishes the necessary basis critical to developing viable recommendations addressing large scale human rights abuses and terrorism.
The author reviews the issues of human rights and terrorism with scholarly subtlety those unanswered questions that continue of beguile the confined student of hurnanitarianism and peace. The book is unbiased recounting rights abuses, violations and terrorism by parties on all sides. The book as a whole is extremely well written and researched, An entire chapter is dedicated to the role of the United Nations in bringing peace against terrorism.
Professor Subbian's book concludes with a list of questions, solutions, proposals made by activists and intellectuals which urge the international community to either codify international law to meet the new challenges, draft an international constitution which would guarantee the right to live, fully adhere to the UN Human Rights covenants and conventions which contains provisions against terrorism.
Readers of this book should expect to learn about a system of laws, policies, and procedures that have been designed to protect people fromtorture, other inhuman treatment, arbitrary killing, unjustified discrimination, forced eviction, and the countless other abuses of large scale terrorism-wherever they may occur.
Table Of Contents:
Contents of this book Include:
1. HUMAN RIGHTS: TERRORISM, COUNTER TERRORISM
2. INTERNATIONAL LAW: CAMPAIGN AGAINST TERRORISM AND PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS
3. PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES OF RELIGIOUS HARMONY IN SOUTH ASIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA
4. TO RESPECT AND ENSURE: INDUCING COMPLIANCE WITH HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
5. COLLECTIVE HUMAN POWER: UNIVERSAL VALUES OF NON-VIOLENCE AND PEACE
6. PEACE AND SECURITY IN AN ERA OF TRANSFORMATION: TOWARDS A NEW PARADIGM