University of Malta UNIVERSITY OF MALTA 
FACULTY OF LAWS 
The Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights

 

Volume 5, Double Issue, 2001

 

 

Editorial

 

Democracy Besieged

Ciro Sbailò

 

 

Articles 

 

In Partibus Angliae: Images of the ‘Common Law’ in Italian Legal Culture

Guido Alpa

 

Humanitarian Intervention, Neutrality and International Democracy in the World after the Cold War

Salvo Andò

 

Security Culture and the Construction of Security Partnerships: the European Union and China compared

Fulvio Attinà & Zhu Guichang

 

Le Critère d’Appartenance a un Certain Groupe Social dans la Convention Relative au Statut des Réfugiés de 1951: 

Naïma Hadj Sahraoui Benbernou 

 

Human Rights Documentation in Malta

John J. Cremona

 

A Justification for Peace as a Human Right

Patrick Hayden

 

Constitutional Jurisdiction and the Role of the European Court of Justice

Antonio La Pergola

 

Human Rights in Tunisia: Dilemmas for the European Union 

Emma C. Murphy

 

Human Rights, Political Expediency and the War on Terrorism: Implications for Morocco

Tom Pierre Najem

 

La Protection de la Libertè Religieuse des Minoritès en Israël: 

Moussa Abou Ramadan

 

Acts of Blasphemy against Islam by Muslims in Egypt: Is the Death Penalty Written in the Qur’an? 

Declan O’Sullivan

 

 

Conference Report

 

Teaching Human Rights: An assessment of the M.A. in “Human Rights in Contemporary Reality” 

Isabella Rauti 

 


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