"The term "extraterritorial" effect/application/obligation in international law refers to acts that are taken by one actor (state) that have some kind of effect within another state - with or without this other state's agreement. This effect may be positive or negative in that such actions or omissions by foreign states may contribute positively to the enjoyment of human rights; or alternatively, they may result in a deteriorated human rights situation, and even human rights violations. This book gives, for the first time, a comprehensive analysis of extraterritorial obligations in international human rights law ..."--Back cover.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 211-220).
K3240 .S566 2006
STA K3240 .S566 2006
Antwerpen : Intersentia ; Holmes Beach, Fla. : Distribution for North America, Gaunt Inc.,