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Human Rights: Current Issues

Naorem Sanajaoba (Author)
Synopsis The book embodies current human rights themes of the 21st century – from Terrorism to National Questions and further to International Criminal Court, established recently in 2002. The menace of terrorism penetrates into study room of the opinion-makers and the scholars, who would examine it not merely from the morphological angle but from the perspective of a normative structure. The collective global concern is addressed to a prescriptive arrangement for the human family. For political reasons, there are socio-political phenomena which are deeply entrenched in national questions, and issue4s relating to self-determination. The constitutional framework of the republic of India has to address to ‘legitimate national questions’ and the days of mechanical assessment of a political instrument like a Constitution without probing into national questions of the social fabric of a continent size country that India is, are definitely gone. It is the heyday of negotiation and peaceful settlement of wide-ranging issues. India’s north-eastern region has been restive for more than half a century. The civil society has witnessed regimentation, gross human rights violations by the state, and roaring of guns for a long time. The endemic issues call for re-examination from the theoretical perceptions and the legal practices. It is a perennial hot spot in the world. The book deals with the issues in a couple of chapters for the benefit of curious readers. The International Criminal Court (ICC) is an event like the birth of the United Nations. Along with a critical chapter on the ICC, is the full text of the Rome Statute, July 17, 1998. The International criminal justice would be witnessed hereafter.
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About the author

Naorem Sanajaoba

Dean N. Sanajaoba of University of Gauhati, Assam (India) is a human-rights defender since early 1960s, active campaigner against colonialism of all forms, racism, facism and virulent cateism in the NE region – the most restive region of India and the World. His human rights works are Human Rights Principles & Abuses (1994). Rights of Oppressed Nations (And Peoples), 1996. Meeoibagee Haq Kunmathoishuba Chahicha (1999) and several books. Born in Manipur (b. 1945), Professor N. Sanajaoba teaches Human Rights, International Humanitarian Laws, Legal Philosophy & Jurisprudence, Administrative Law in the PG department of law as a founder-teacher since 1976 in the University of Gauhati, India. He subscribes to critical theory & critical movements in legal philosophy.

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Bibliographic information

Title Human Rights: Current Issues
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8171172113
length xii+305p., 23cm.