Global Procedural Rights and Security

Lawrence May

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    Abstract

    Most of the recent literature on global justice in political philosophy has focused on substantive issues, such as claims of economic distributive justice of those in poor countries, or the right against persecution. Such rights are extremley important for the security of peoples across the global level. These rights are arguably just as important for the security of people across the globe and yet there is little discussion of them and few global institutions that currently consider them. I will address this issue in the context of both human and state security in an increasingly interconnected world.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSecurity
    Subtitle of host publicationA Multidisciplinary Normative Approach
    EditorsCecilia Bailliet
    Place of PublicationLeiden
    PublisherMartinus Nijihoff Publishers
    Pages249-260
    Number of pages12
    Edition10
    ISBN (Print)9789004172968
    Publication statusPublished - 2009

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