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San Diego International Law Journal
The ECHR and States of Emergency: Article 15 - A Domestic Power of Derogation from Human Rights Obligations
This study is divided into two sections. The first section is further divided into two subsections. The first subsection examines the problems in defining emergencies; in the second subsection, we will examine the preconditions required for a valid derogation. The second section determines the Strasbourg machinery for the protection of human rights. This section is also divided into four subsections. Each subsection examines separate case laws from the European Court of Human Rights. Finally, a conclusion will be deduced in the light of the former reviews.
Mohamed M. Zeidy,
The ECHR and States of Emergency: Article 15 - A Domestic Power of Derogation from Human Rights Obligations,
San Diego Int'l L.J.
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