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This chapter of the book presents a list of United Nations documents relevant to the discussion on human rights and law enforcement at sea. The book is a slightly revised version of the author's doctoral dissertation accepted by the faculty of law of the University of Basel, Switzerland, in March 2013. The work reflects doctrine and case law as it stood as of January 2013. Human rights law is no longer considered to be the only source of individual rights in international law. International law norms other than human rights have been recognized as conferring individual rights, sometimes referred to as "ordinary" international individual rights.

Keywords: human rights law; international law; United Nations documents



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