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This bibliography section contains the list of reference books and articles and sources, reports and UN documents that occur in this book titled Competing Fundamentalisms and Egyptian Women's Family Rights. The book focuses on the interplay between domestic reform processes, on the one hand, and relevant international enforcement mechanisms, on the other. In pointing out the shortcomings of Egypt's domestic law, but also highlighting how unidimensional readings of international human rights law fail to foster dialogue that is conducive to reform, the book attempts to draw conclusions regarding the prospects for reconciliation between the domestic and international planes, starting with a detailed and thorough analysis of the contents of each.

Keywords:Egyptian women; international human rights



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