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Regime Accommodation in International Law

Human Rights in International Economic Law and Policy

Heejin Kim

In Regime Accommodation in International Law: Human Rights in International Economic Law and Policy, Heejin Kim analyses the ways in which international human rights and economic law interact and conflict across a range of complex issues. These sub-branches of international law are not entirely autonomous; as the author shows, they have been developed in a close relation to each other. International law – imperfect as it is – provides means to resolve the antinomies arising from conflicting rights and obligations under these sub-fields. Against the difficulties of addressing non-economic concerns including human rights in the practice of WTO and foreign investment regime, Kim examines how decision-makers at different stages of international economic policy-making can accommodate, invoke, or reflect human rights in a better way.

Afshin Ellian

? Since the 9/11 attacks there has been a growing interest in Islam and the Muslims. Islam appears to be the most talked about theme inside as well as outside of the academic world. Shariæa plays an important part in the debate about Islam. The European Court of Human Rights has judged on the status of

Victor van Bijlert

Islam and the Muslims. Islam appears to be the most talked about theme inside as well as outside of the academic world. Shariæa plays an important part in the debate about Islam. The European Court of Human Rights has judged on the status of Shariæa and on the question of its compatibility with