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The conservative human rights revolution : european identity, transnational politics, and the origins of the european convention
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Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année copyright 2017
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The conservative human rights revolution : european identity, transnational politics, and the origins of the european convention
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Description
1 vol. (xi-507 p.) ; 24 cm
Notes
Bibliogr. p. 411-482. Index
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Classification Dewey
341.48
Contenu
The romance of International law ; Internationalism between nostalgia and technocracy ; Churchill, human rights, and the european project ; Postwar reconciliation, colonialism, and Cold War human rights ; Neoliberal human rights in postwar Britain ; Neomedieval human rights in the shadow of Vichy ; Catholic human rights in postwar France ; Rethinking the ECHR's original intent ; The ethical foundations of european integration ; Human rights and conservative politics ; Revolution and restoration in the history of human rights ; Conclusion ; Epilogue : A European Union without qualities
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This book reconsiders the origins of the European human rights system, arguing that its conservative inventors, foremost among them Winston Churchill, conceived of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) as a means of realizing a controversial political agenda and advancing a Christian vision of European identity
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978-0-19-981138-0
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