Are Human Rights Law Rules “Special”? Study on Interactions Between Human Rights Law Rules and Other International Law Rules

  • Marianne LamourEmail author


The influence of Human Rights Law rules (HRL rules) on several fields of International Law (such as International Criminal Law, World Trade Organization Law, European Union Law) was scrutinized throughout the previous chapters of this book. This impact has been assessed as regards the influence of the first ones over the content and scope of the seconds.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University Paris West Nanterre La DéfenseNanterreFrance

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