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Empire, emergency, and international law / John Reynolds.

By: Reynolds, John, 1981-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: K4700 .R49 2017Publication: Cambridge, U.K. : Cambridge University Press, 2017Description: xi, 329 p.ISBN: 9781107172517 (hardback); 1107172519 (hardback).Subject(s): Emergencies -- Law and legislation | International law and human rights | Imperialism | War and emergency powers
Contents:
Emergency, colonialism, and third world approaches to international law -- Racialisation and states of emergency -- Emergency doctrine : a colonial account -- Emergency derogations and the international human rights project -- Kenya : a "purely political" state of emergency -- The margin of appreciation doctrine : colonial origins -- Palestine : a "scattered, shattered space of exception"? -- Australia : racialised emergency intervention -- International law, resistance, and "real" states of emergency.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-313) and index.

Emergency, colonialism, and third world approaches to international law -- Racialisation and states of emergency -- Emergency doctrine : a colonial account -- Emergency derogations and the international human rights project -- Kenya : a "purely political" state of emergency -- The margin of appreciation doctrine : colonial origins -- Palestine : a "scattered, shattered space of exception"? -- Australia : racialised emergency intervention -- International law, resistance, and "real" states of emergency.

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