It will appeal to scholars and students of international law colonial history postcolonialism and human rights as well as policy makers and social justice advocates john reynolds is a lecturer in international law at the national university of ireland maynooth. Empire emergency and international law by dr john reynolds maynooth university launched at nui merrion square 09072017 on tuesday 12th september 2017 a new publication by dr john reynolds department of law maynooth university was launched in the nui building on merrion square by dr kathleen cavanaugh irish centre for human rights . The book examines imperial emergency rule it could in fact be termed a global history of imperial emergency rule and connects together accounts of emergency that are often treated separately colonial emergencies the impact of these emergencies on the drafting of international legal instruments and contemporary settler colonialism. Public international law contents foreword prologue part i traditions of the oppressed 1 emergency colonialism and third world approaches to international law 2 racialisation and states of emergency 3 emergency doctrine a colonial account part ii empires law 4 emergency derogations and the international human rights project 5. John reynolds national univ of ireland maynooth law has published empire emergency and international law cambridge univ press 2017 heres the abstract what does it mean to say we live in a permanent state of emergency what are the juridical political and social underpinnings of that framing
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