Characteristics of International Human Rights Law
This chapter introduces the concepts of customary international law, treaty obligations, international crimes, jus cogens, erga omnes obligations, universal standards, and types of hybrid obligation. In each case the question arises whether such obligations apply to non-state actors.
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