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This chapter presents an argument, using the examples of both instruments and case law, explores the protection of collective rights today and examines the institutions of global governance. It aims to expose the main reasons for the difficulties that affect the implementation of international legal instruments, while also preventing UN declarations, mandates and reports from achieving their desired effects of changed policies for states and alliances. Also, current alternative proposals are evaluated, and novel approaches are proposed. Some of the works consulted include Ragazzi (1998), Salomon (2007), Goodwin-Gill and Talmon (1999), Meron (2006) and Anghie (2006).

Keywords: capitalism; international legal instruments; protection of collective rights; world governance



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