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Studies in international law (Oxford, England) ; v. 13.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Genetic resources, biotechnology and human rights: the international legal framework State responsibility for violations of basic principles of bioethics Ethical pluralism and the regulation of modern biotechnology Consolidating bio-rights in Europe UNESCO standard-setting activities on bioethics: speak softly and carry a big stick The normative spectrum of an ethically-inspired legal instrument: the 2005 Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights Agricultural biotechnology and the right to food A case study of the European Union's regulation of GMOs: environment, health, consumer rights and economic freedom Biogenetic resources and indigenous peoples' rights Biotechnology, human rights and international economic law Genetic engineering, trade, and human rights Patents, biotechnology and human rights: the preservation of biodiverse resources for future generations Citizens' rights and participation in the regulation of biotechnology Offensive military applications of biotechnologies: loopholes in the law?