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The book's focus on human rights obligations in times of relative peace corresponds to a common division in analyses of International legal obligations and has also been necessary in order to control the length of the work. It focuses on human rights obligation under International law applied to all states. The book focuses on those obligations of particular relevance to the legality of human rights related trade measures. The legal rules and principles that have been developed to secure the coherence and the integrity of the international legal system are revisited. Human rights related trade measures have the capacity to advance or undermine this community interest. The book explains reaffirmation of the proposition, developed through the course of the book, that rules and principles of international law allow, and in some cases require, international lawyers to distinguish between such measures.

Keywords: community interest; human rights; International lawyers; International legal obligations



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