Peace Agreements And Human Rights

Paperback | December 27, 2003

byChristine Bell

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This book examines the place of human rights in peace agreements against the backdrop of international legal provision. The introductory analysis draws on a review of many peace agreements, while the body of the book focuses on the peace agreements in four cases: South Africa,Israel/Palestine, Northern Ireland, and Bosnia. It addresses the phenomenon of the post-cold war peace process, the types of agreements that are typically produced, and the typical role of human rights in those agreements.

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This book examines the place of human rights in peace agreements against the backdrop of international legal provision. The introductory analysis draws on a review of many peace agreements, while the body of the book focuses on the peace agreements in four cases: South Africa,Israel/Palestine, Northern Ireland, and Bosnia. It addresses...

Christine Bell is Professor of Law at the University of Ulster.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 9.37 × 6.22 × 0.87 inPublished:December 27, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199270961

ISBN - 13:9780199270965

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Peace Processes, Peace Agreements, and Human Rights: What are They?3. From Conflict to Peace? South Africa and Northern Ireland4. From Conflict to Peace? Israel/Palestine and Bosnia Herzegovina5. Getting to Yes? Negotiating Self-Determination6. But What was the Question? Evaluating the Deal7. Building for the Future: Human Rights Institutions8. Undoing the Past: Refugees, Land, and Possession9. Dealing with the Past: Prisoners, Accountability, and 'Truth'10. 'Back to the Future': Human Rights and Peace AgreementsChristine Bell and Elizabeth Craig: Appendix: A Decade of Peace AgreementsReferencesIndex