Tuesday, April 7, 2015

North Korea - One Year After the UN Commission of Inquiry's Report (new volume APJHRL)

In the latest volume of the Asia-Pacific Journal on Human Rights and the Law, Professors Dino Kritsiotis, Rhoda Howard-Hassmann and Danielle Chubb reflect on the legal and broader implications of the UN Commission of Inquiry's report on North Korea released in March 2014.  The Chair of the Commission, the Honourable Michael Kirby writes an introduction to the special section.  Other articles in the volume address corporal punishment in Tonga, the police complaints system in Hong Kong, the challenge of internally displaced persons in South Asia, targeted killings in the Philippines and justifying government surveillance.  The Journal is edited by Simon NM Young and Kelley Loper, Centre for Comparative and Public Law, The University of Hong Kong.  The table of contents of volume 15 is as follows:


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