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INDEX




abandonment 18–20, 126, 183, 199, 201, 211–9

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission 101

Abraham and Isaac 173–5, 177, 360

Abu Ghraib 399

accountability 160, 186, 189, 191, 390

Addison, Paul 83

affirmative action 325, 326, 339

Afghanistan 134, 299, 306, 397

Africa, colonization of 269, 270

Agamben, Giorgio 14

   abandonment 19, 20, 183, 201

   bare life 198–200

   citizenship 69, 182

   the exception 61

   homo sacer 200

   language 114, 115, 117, 127

   messianism 199, 211, 212

   sovereignty 113, 126, 200

   Voice 116, 117, 119, 126

Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures 158, 167, 172

al Qaeda 299, 302, 306

Algeria

Alston, Philip 163, 181

Althusius, Johannes 72

American Society of International Law 397

Anghie, Antony 5, 27–8, 267, 389–400

anthropology 268, 289–95

Ardagh, Sir John Charles 274, 275, 293

Arendt, Hannah 62, 69, 70

argumentation 232, 235

Assmann, Aleida 214–7

Assmann, Jan 214–7

atonement 208, 209, 215, 216, 218

Augustine, St 207

Austin, J. L. 108–10

Austin, John 66, 81

Australia 14, 62, 100, 102–3

autonomy 235, 335, 361, 363, 378

   impossibility of 364–6, 381

   and law 47–9

   and rights 52

barbarism 23–4, 248, 253, 259, 287, 394

   see also savages

Barclay, Sir Thomas

bare life 198–200, 219

Barker-Benfield, G. J. 76

Bataille, Georges 218

Baty, T. 287

Bauer, Bruno 185

Beard, Jennifer 203

Beauvoir, Simone de 319

Beernaert, M. 282

Beijing Conference 339, 344, 346

beliefs 235, 240

Benjamin, Walter 53, 124, 212

Bentham, Jeremy 80–1, 255

Berg, Nicholas 300

Berman, Nathaniel 271

Blackstone, William 76

Blair, Prime Minister Tony 30

Bliss, General Tasker H. 277

Božović, Miran 80

Bosman, Willem 20, 207–8

Brewer, John 75, 76

Bridgeman, Sir Orlando 69

Britain 276, 278, 280–2, 293

Bülow, Count von 275

Burckhardt, Jacob 73

Burke, Edmund 69, 83

Bush, President George W. 152, 298, 302, 391

   pre-emption doctrine 389–91

Butler, Judith 113, 116, 120, 125, 319

Bybee, Jay S. 299–303

Calvo, Carlos 23, 256–7, 262, 263

Carbillet, Captain 290

castration 363–7, 371, 377–83, 386

Charlesworth, Hilary 28, 363, 401–8

China 309

Christianity 184, 194, 198, 201, 203, 205

   fetish and 204–10

   state and 184

circumcision 360, 363–7, 375, 377, 382

   economics of 374, 377, 378, 381

citizenship 62, 63, 70, 182, 184, 185

civil society 184, 185

civilian casualties of war 139, 141, 146

civility 11, 57, 63–7, 72–6, 79

civilization

   and barbarity 23–4, 286–8, 295, 314, 316, 317, 394

   and colonialism 248, 252, 274

   completion of 247–62

   European model of 252, 262, 263, 297

   Latin American images of 256–62

   laws of war and 288, 295, 314, 315, 399

   and rights 328

   will to 250, 252, 257, 258

civilized warfare 288, 290, 291, 294, 295, 316

Clark, Timothy 118

CNN 140, 146

coalition of the willing 147, 405

coffee houses 75, 77

Colby, Elbridge 283, 289–92, 294, 393

Colley, Linda 79

colonial wars 271

colonialism 25, 247, 267–70, 313, 403

   civilization and 248, 252, 274

   heritage of 250–2

   and humanitarianism 287

   and laws of war 279, 314, 315

   and philanthropism 273

   religion and 207

combatants and non-combatants 291, 303, 304, 307, 308, 323

commerce 64, 65

Commission on Human Rights 329, 332, 346

Commission on the Status of Women 329, 330

   inclusive language 331–3

   protective approach to women 333

   women’s rights 337

common law 39, 52, 251

communication 106, 109, 126

   cross-cultural 224, 233

   failure of 110, 112

communitarianism 242, 332

community 38–40, 44, 218, 234

   of civilized nations 253, 255, 256

   constitution of 47

   expression of 40

   international 134, 146, 153, 263, 284–7, 305, 308, 311

   jurisdiction 49

   and law 46, 48

   sovereignty and 46, 53

competition 64, 95, 97

Connor, Steve 119

Conrad, Joseph 400

consent 103–7, 110, 119–22

constitutions 42, 43, 51, 58, 80, 252, 314, 401

Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women 338–42

   gender stereotypes 342

   treaty committee 348

conversation 11, 57–80, 83

corporate governance 88, 91, 402

   ‘best practice’ 95–7

   and developing countries 90, 91, 93, 95

   national policies 89–90, 98

   social welfare effects of 91, 93, 94

corporations 12–13, 88, 98

   and global order 85–96, 98

   influence on regulation 86–7, 97–8

   regulation of 85, 91–6, 98

cosmopolitanism 1, 2, 36, 55, 132, 222

counter-terrorism 222

credit 64

Creole élites 22, 247–62

   legal consciousness of 248–55, 259, 263

criminal tribunals, ad hoc 138

Cromwell 67

Cubillo and Anor v. Commonwealth 100–27

   form of consent 103–5, 114–18, 122–6

   thumbprint signature 107–12, 118, 122–3

Cubillo, Lorna 100, 103

culture 222, 224, 237, 258, 314, 343, 352, 361, 402

Danielsen, Dan 12–13, 85–92

de Soto, Hernando 191

decision 16–18, 89, 90, 154

   legitimacy 170

   military 403

   and responsibility 176

   and risk assessment 168

   trade and 157

decisionism 244

Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, France 42, 331

Declaration on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women 336, 338

Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women 346

decolonization 295, 297, 403

democracy 39, 189, 390, 395

   human rights and 181

   and religion 185

   use of force and 145, 148

   and the WTO 160

derechio patrio 252

Derecho Criollo 251

Derecho Indiano 250–2

derecho vulgar 251

Derrida, Jacques 22, 37, 244, 320, 382

   Abraham and Isaac 173–5, 177, 204–6, 208, 210

   language 31, 123, 124, 193, 234, 370

   sacrifice 206

   signature 107–12, 114, 117, 118

   sovereignty 11, 36–7

   subject 363–4

developing countries 188, 202, 306

   corporations and 90, 91, 95

development 62, 95, 149, 150, 203, 406

   human rights and 132

   institutions of 189–91

Dicey, Albert Venn 81, 82

discourse 116, 117, 119

dissent, public 30, 31

diversity 235

Doezema, Jo 325

domination 211

Douzinas, Costas 9–11, 26, 35–53, 359, 362, 364, 377, 384, 385

dualisms 320, 349, 354

Dunant, Henri 270, 272–3, 275

Duncanson, Ian 11–12, 57–83

Düttmann, Alexander García 126

duty of care 103

Dworkin, Ronald 35, 231

EC – Measures concerning Meat and Meat Products (‘EC – Hormones’) case 169–70, 176, 177

economic liberalization 157, 160

economics 365, 370, 402

   politics and 12

   transnational 97

   treatment of individuals 181

education 11, 71–4, 190–1

Elias, Norbert 248

Engels, Friedrich 64

England 11, 63

Engle, Karen 352

equality 66, 187, 325, 328, 337, 338, 380

   economic 407

   gender 351, 354

   political 187, 327

   of states 390

   of women 327, 329, 330, 334, 337–44, 347, 352, 383

ethnocentrism 237, 238, 240, 242

European Court of Human Rights 159, 181

   Refah Partisi case 188

European Union 149

evidence, documentary 103, 112

exception, state of 61, 199

exclusion 266, 268, 271, 275–6, 278–81, 312–7

Family Law Council of Australia 358, 367, 373, 374, 376, 379

Feith, Douglas 399

Felman, Shoshana 14, 110

Female Circumcision Prohibition Act 1984 (UK) 360, 369

female genital mutilation 26

   fantasies of 362, 367–84

   legislation about 26, 357–85

Female Genital Mutilation Act 2003 (UK) 360, 369, 384

feminism 25, 321, 356, 380

Ferguson, Niall 396

fetish 18, 147, 404, 407

   secrets of 19, 197–218

feudalism 199

filiation, authentic 178, 179

finance law, international: see international finance law

Fisher, Admiral John 274

flesh 192–6, 357–85

force, use of 147, 150, 151, 389

   necessary and proportional 138, 139, 141, 143, 144

   in self-defence 144, 390

formalism 49, 138, 243

Foucault, Michel 12, 15, 30, 119, 319

foundationalism 238, 239

France

Franck, Thomas M. 201–2

Fraser, Nancy 239

freedom 16, 36, 52, 66, 155, 184, 190, 359, 383

   economic 158

   political 158

Freud, Sigmund 19, 206

Frow, John 120

Fuentes, Manuel Atanasio 23, 257–9, 262, 263

Fuller, Colonel 291

Füredi, Frank 62

Fynsk, Christopher 211

Gadamer, Hans-Georg 106

Gandhi, Leela 358, 367

Garber, Marjorie 5

Geertz, Clifford 238–40, 396

gender 343, 354, 355, 404

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 1947 166, 167, 188

Geneva Conventions 398

   applicability of 299, 301, 302, 305, 397

   Protocol I 301, 302, 304, 306

   ratification of 296, 302, 306

   and terrorism 300, 392, 393

George III 63, 75

George, Susan 160, 186

Germany 89

Gibson-Graham, J. K. 164–5

Gilinsky, Colonel 275

globalization 2, 18, 161, 402

   and democracy 185, 189

   economic 159, 161, 162, 189, 201

   messianism 206, 211

   power and 15, 402

   sovereignty and 35, 55

Goodrich, Peter 119

Gouges, Olympe de 331

governance, global 86, 88, 91, 99

government 58, 119

Grbich, Judith 18–20, 197–218

Grigg, Anne

Grotius, Hugo 208, 219

Guantánamo Bay detainees 23, 266, 312

guerilla warfare 298, 305, 307, 310

Guha, Ranajit 83

Gunner, Mr. 101, 103, 122

Habermas, Jürgen 35, 234, 239

Hagar 179

Hage, Ghassan 380

Hague Conference 270, 327

Hague Conventions 269

   Martens clause 273, 283, 286

Hague Regulations 283, 285, 302, 305

Hall, William Edward 309

Halleck, General Henry Wager 287

Hammarskjold, Dag 145

Hart, H. L. A. 82, 83, 225

Hartwich, Wolf-Daniel 214–7

Hegel, G. W. F. 44, 45, 49, 50, 213

hegemony 242–4, 403

Henry VIII 59–60

Herbert, George 210

Heuston, R. F. V. 82

hierarchies 318, 321, 341

   gender 343, 350, 352, 355

Hirtzel, Sir Arthur 393

history, others in 27–31

Hobbes, Thomas 67, 68, 70

Hoffmann, Florian F. 20–2, 221–44

Hohfeld, Wesley 325

homo sacer 200

Hosken, Fran 366, 372, 376

Howse, Robert 162, 172, 187

Hughes, General Robert 288

human rights 15–22, 36, 55, 131, 181

   concept of 70, 227, 230

   criticisms of 221, 224

   human rights consciousness 229–32, 241

   human rights discourse 227, 229–32, 243

   international 131, 133–5

   and justice 154

   as participation 186–90

   pragmatic theory of 221–44

   protection of 232, 406

   and responsibility 58, 190–2

   socially constructed 228

   trade and 156–66, 196

   treatment of individuals 181, 229

   of women 330, 344–51

human rights activism 221–3, 232–44

   critique of 224

   of women 318

human rights law: see international human rights law

human rights movement 16, 20, 135, 226–9, 242

humanitarian intervention 37, 145, 153, 407

humanitarian law: see international humanitarian law

humanitarianism 20, 131–54

   commitments of 131

   costs of 132–35, 147

   politicization of 151

   power of 152

   and trade 135–7

   war and 137–51

Hume, David 57, 77–9, 83

Humphrey, John 330

Hunt, Alan 229

Hussein, Saddam 148

identification, as a process 22

identity 123, 232, 241, 288, 314, 355, 371

imperialism 7, 83, 334

   civilizing mission of 328, 394, 399

   European 3

   and the laws of war 268, 308–17

   and sovereignty 4, 55, 57–9

   United States 3, 148, 392, 393, 395, 396

inclusion 186, 187, 250–2, 263, 268, 275–6, 295

indigenous people 57, 58, 102, 121, 257, 260, 275–6, 283, 291

   Australian 14, 58, 101

instrumentalism 142, 154, 277

Inter-Allied Suffrage Conference 326

interest (commerce) 208–10

international bill of rights 226

International Committee for the Relief of Military Wounded 269

International Committee of the Red Cross 138, 269

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights 336, 337, 348, 349

International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 336, 337, 348

International Covenant on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 348

International Criminal Court 138, 146

International Decade for Women 338

international economic institutions 162, 164

international finance law 19, 20, 137, 200, 206, 211

international human rights law 15, 16, 163, 192, 296, 404

   feminist engagement with 321, 329, 356

   gender and 318–29, 356

   subjects of 185, 318–56, 384

international humanitarian law 23, 24, 138–51, 265, 403

   and colonialism 272–4

   de-Westernization of 295–8

   exclusion from 269–83

International Labour Organization 323

international law 2, 19, 25, 150, 201–3, 383–5, 397, 401

   and action 29

   authority of 83, 363, 385

   economic 185, 195

   and foreign policy 406

   imperialism and 334

   institutions of 2, 6

   in Latin America 247–62

   messianism 197–218

   production of 256–62

   public interest in 396

   regional 262, 263

   responsibility of 398

   role of 406

   stratification of 261

   trade law 166–80

   and war 137, 403, 404

international politics, international law and 401

Iran 390

Iraq 134, 149, 150, 390, 398, 406

   Abu Ghraib 142–3

   democracy in 391

   invasion of 28, 30, 141, 396, 405–7

   reporting of 143

   sovereignty 148, 392

Ireland 59

Irigaray, Luce 193–4, 352

Ishmael 179

James VI of Scotland 60–1

Japan 309

Japan – Measures Affecting the Importation of Apples case 170–1

Jesus 205, 206

   see also Christianity, religion, sacrifice

Judaism 205

judgment 42, 52

jurisdiction 39–49, 53, 407

   and sovereignty 45, 51, 199

jurisprudence 1–31

justice 41, 53, 68, 79, 198, 202, 205, 235, 404

   and atonement 216

   criminal 138

   economic 133

   human rights and 134, 154

   social 133

   sovereignty and 48–56

   women’s access to 379

Kafka, Franz 182–3

Kames, Lord 75

Kant, Immanuel 6, 49, 77, 390

Kapur, Ratna 347, 355

Kennedy, David 5, 16–17, 28, 131–51, 242, 401–8

Keynes, John Maynard 28–9

Klabbers, Jan 187

Klein, Lawrence E. 75

knowledge 172, 174, 190, 320

Koskenniemi, Martti 21, 201–2, 242, 243

Kosovo 134, 139, 395

Kundrilba, Topsy 13, 14, 118, 122, 125–7

   consent form 104–5, 107, 111, 116

   thumbprint signature 102, 119–22

labour standards 323

Lacan, Jacques 244, 358, 359, 367–9, 381, 385

   decision 244

   mutilation 367–9, 381, 385

   Selbstbewusstsein 371

   subject 358, 359, 363–5

Lacey, Nicola 340

land ownership, communal 248

   see also property

language 107, 114, 195, 213, 234

   and culture 222, 224

   deixis 115, 116

   inclusive 331, 332

   instrumental character of 234

   language games 230, 233, 236

   performative 108–10, 113, 120

   pronouns 114–6, 127

   and sovereignty 107, 125

   speech 41, 42

   and subjectivity 234

   transcendentals 115, 116

Lansdowne, Lord 281

Laslett, Peter 71

Latin America 247–62

   constitutions 252

   Creole elites 22, 248–55, 259, 263

   Derecho Criollo 251

   Derecho Indiano 250–2

   derecho patrio 252

   derecho vulgar 251

   European and US interventions in 23

   independence from Spain 252

   law in 251, 255, 257

   post-independence 252–5

   regional identity 263

law 57–61, 70

   see also international law

   common 39, 52, 251

   and conversation 76–80

   corporate 88

   criminal 138

   economic 184, 185

   and education 71–4

   and flesh 171, 357–85

   forms of 156

   foundation of 61

   human rights law: see international human rights law

   and inconsistency 80–3

   ius commune 251

   jus gentium 263

   law-making 39, 42, 61

   and manners 63–7, 74–6

   natural 76

   and politics 41, 184

   power and 145

   relationships and 48, 50

   and sacrifice 181–5

   and social order 67–71

   and sovereignty 82

   Spanish 250

   as speech 41–4, 46

   universal 52

law in war 137–44, 383–5

laws of war 24, 137, 144–51, 265–7, 313

   applicability of 299, 304, 315

   and civilization 288, 295, 314, 315, 399

   and colonialism 272, 314

   combatants and non-combatants 323

   exclusion from protection of 266, 271, 274, 278–81, 295, 303–8

   and imperialism 268, 308–17

   inclusiveness 297, 303–8

   and non-European peoples 270, 275–8, 281–3, 295, 298–301, 394

   respect for 289–95, 300, 308

   and treaty ratification 284–6, 299

   universal application

   and unlawful combatants 265–303, 316

lawyers, international 5–7, 12–13, 15–16, 22–4, 28–30, 145–6, 151–2, 255–64, 272–9, 282–3, 287, 289–95, 298–303, 311, 392–400, 401–8

League of Nations 25, 62, 144, 290, 323, 327, 403

Lefort, Claude 47

legal systems, national 255

legitimacy 146, 197, 305

Leopold II of Belgium 269, 274

Leviathan 68, 80–3

liberalism 325, 330, 332, 358, 379, 380, 390

Lieber Code 316

Lieber, Francis 287, 316

linguistic sign 107

Locke, John 57, 67, 69–74, 83

   on education 71–4

   right of resistance 76

Luther, Martin 209

Maley, William 62

Manne, Robert 102

Manresa, Kim 366, 373–6

Marchetti, Elena 112

market economy 165

markets for ‘change of control’ 95, 96

Marks, Susan 186

Martens clause 273, 283, 286

Martens, Friedrich von 273–4, 312

Marx, Karl 19, 64, 66, 184, 185

   commodity fetishism 219

   fetish 206

   religion 185

masculinity 353–5

Mattis, Major General James 139, 140

McIntosh, Corporal Mikael 141

meaning 111, 123–6, 229, 230, 232, 320

Mégret, Frédéric 23–4, 265–316

messianism 197–218

Midgley, Clare 328

military discipline 141–3, 306, 307, 313

   in Iraq 141–3

Mill, John Stuart 278, 332

Mills, Catherine 126

monarchy 44

   see also sovereignty

Moore, Mike 158

morality 50, 51

Moynier, Gustave 273

Myles, Eric 309

mystery 166, 171–3

myth 50, 53, 407

Nader, Ralph 160

Namibia 279, 292

Nancy, Jean-Luc 41, 198

   abandonment 126, 199, 211, 218, 219

   fetish 19, 20, 218, 219

   messianism 211

   monotheism 203

   myth 50

   sovereignty 43, 218

negotiation 149

neo-liberalism 97

Nietszche 51, 205

nihilism 49, 50, 53, 55

non-discrimination 166, 167, 334

non-state actors 85, 98, 160

norms 137, 154, 226, 297

North Korea 390

Nottingham, Lord 69

nuclear weapons 391

Nussbaum, Martha 339

Nyamu, Celestine 343

Obregón, Liliana 22–3, 247–62

Olsen, Frances 341, 345

Oppenheim, L. 279

Orford, Anne 1–31, 156–96, 203, 363, 385

other 240, 241

   complexity of 244

   critique and 389–400

   economic relationship to 383

   God as 173

   of international humanitarian law 265–316

   market as 177

   post-colonial 265–316

   relation to 22–7

Otto, Dianne 24–6, 318–56

Pakenham, Thomas 280

Parsley, Connal 13–14, 100–27

participation, democratic 256, 396

   and human rights 135, 159, 182, 186–90

   and trade 164, 185, 189, 190

paternalism 322, 325, 328, 373

patriotism 64

Paul, St 212–8

Pearl, Daniel 300

Pélissier, Maréchal 275

performance 77, 109, 110, 405

performative acts 108, 113, 118, 122, 124, 125

personality, legal 48–50, 53

Petersmann, Ernst-Ulrich 162

Phillipson, Nicholas 79

Pietz, William 19, 207

polis 38–40

politeness: see civility

political theology 10, 212

politics 12, 41, 53, 153, 185

Pope, Alexander 79

Porter, Roy 74

positivism, legal 80, 284–7

post-colonial theory 268

Pous, Jacques 272

Powell, Colin 390

power 15, 120, 125, 134, 148, 183, 404

   economic 404

   excess of 19, 197

   gender 318

   and humanitarianism 132, 151, 153

   juridical model of 407

   and the law 145

   legitimacy of 402

   masculine forms of 322

   relations of 51

   state 312

pragmatism 16, 132, 137, 221–44

   in international law 138, 139, 141, 144, 151

pre-emption doctrine 389–91

prisoner of war status 301, 303

progress 154, 247, 248, 258, 260, 261, 328, 406

pronouns 114–6, 127

property 69, 121, 191, 201, 210

   rights 121, 162, 184

   and theology 199, 209

prostitution 324, 341

Public Citizen 160

public/private distinction 22, 98, 235, 305, 332, 402

Purvis, Trevor 229

Rabossi, Eduardo 225

racism 269, 289, 303

Raffalovich, Arthur 275, 277

Rancière, Jacques 39

Ransley, Janet 112

Rasch, William 36

rationality 21, 121, 175, 206, 232, 233, 239

   and subjectivity 77, 240

   trade agreements and 166, 171, 172, 175

Rawls, John 35, 49

reading 195

reason 77

reciprocity 295, 296, 300, 301, 307

Recopilatión de Indias 251

Refah Partisi case 159, 181, 188

refugees 70, 134, 404

regime change 148–50

regulation 85, 135, 157, 166, 167, 176

   see also corporations

relativism 232–41

religion 184, 185, 203

repetition 385

reprisal 287, 297

resistance 70, 71, 74, 76, 319, 394

responsibility 12, 17–18, 27, 171, 180, 190, 390

   and human rights 190–2

   in international law 198

   and pragmatism 16, 152, 154

   sacrificial 17, 173–5, 177, 180

retaliation 287

reward, promise of 159, 171–7, 180

rights 50, 55, 67, 184, 185, 340

   see also human rights

   and autonomy 52

   and citizenship 63

   civil and political 164, 335, 349

   cultural 350

   customary 65

   to due process 162

   economic and social 137, 335, 350

   inalienable 68

   indigenous 58

   individual 335

   property 121, 162, 184

   reproductive 346

   of resistance 70, 71, 74, 76

   sexuality 346

   and sovereignty 45, 46

   women’s rights 337–52

risk assessment 96, 168–9, 171, 172, 195

Robert, Hannah 122, 125

Roe, Mark 89

Rogers, Juliet 26–7, 195, 357–85

Roosevelt, Eleanor 330, 331

Roosevelt, President Theodore 288

Rorty, Richard 224, 225, 232–40

   liberal ironist 21, 234–7

   reduction of difference 238, 239

rule of law 65–6, 132, 189, 397

Rumsfeld, Donald 141, 143, 301, 303

Russia 309

sacrifice 17, 18, 173, 208, 404

   economy of 159, 175–80, 205–6

   law and 166–85, 215

   logic of 159, 177, 203

   place of in democracy 181–92

   and sovereignty 192–6

Salecl, Renata 381

Samper, José Maria 23, 259–63

Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement 158, 167, 172

Sarah (Sarai) 177–80

Sarmiento, Domingo Faustino 254

Sartre, Jean-Paul 363

savages 265–316

   see also barbarism

   laws of war and 276, 280, 283, 284, 287, 289–95, 298–301, 314, 315, 393

scepticism 11, 76–80

Schachter, Oscar 145, 397

Schmitt, Carl 9, 10, 38, 51, 198, 217

Scholem, Gershom 212

Schrumpf, Sergeant Eric 141

science 169–72

self 4, 119, 234, 236, 241

self-defence 389, 390

self-determination 36, 62, 329, 396

sex, gender and 319–21, 351–6

Sforza, Michelle 160–1

Shaftesbury, first Earl of 67, 71

Shaftesbury, third Earl of 11, 57, 71, 74, 83

Siete Partidas 250, 251

signature 107, 110, 111, 114, 122–3

   operation on a legal form 115, 116

   performative 108

   and sovereignty 126

signification 107–13, 122, 126, 229, 370, 378

   possibility of 117, 118

Smith, Adam 57, 58

sociability 76, 77

social justice 133

social order 67–71, 76

social welfare 94

solidarity, social 133, 236, 240, 288

Solon 39

South Africa 42

sovereign 47, 48

sovereignty 7–14, 35–53, 66, 71, 198, 392

   and authority 66

   bare 10, 38–41, 44–6, 51, 53, 54

   civil 211

   and community 46, 53

   cosmopolitan 55

   Creole critique of 263

   as discourse 118, 119

   divine right of kings 60

   economics of 365

   exercise of 26

   and imperialism 4, 58

   and justice 48–56

   language and 107, 110, 125

   limits of 26, 361

   negative view of 36

   performance of 13, 112–14

   personification of 45

   power of 51

   questioning of 61–3

   relation of 116, 126

   representatives of 44

   state 7, 65, 94, 150, 183

   territorial 2

   theological 9, 10, 44, 46, 47, 51, 53, 54

   and the UN 148

   voice of 125

   and war 54

   Western 26

   withdrawal of 54

Spain 394

speech 41, 42

Spiers, Edward M. 277

Spivak, Gayatri 4, 30, 358

Sprinkle, Annie 384

St Petersburg Declaration 284, 285

stability 65, 148–50

Stamp, Patricia 192

standards 88, 138, 242, 281, 297

states 83

   and commerce 64

   democratic 395

   functions of 12, 44, 69

   and human rights 133

   legitimacy 305

   modern nation-state 64, 85

   responsibility 12

   secularization of 7, 10

   sovereignty 7, 65, 94, 150, 183

   and war 304, 316

Steele, Meile 236

Stephen, Leslie 81

stereotypes 307, 308, 324, 342

stolen generation 14, 100, 102–3

subject 22, 42, 53, 359, 364

   constitution of 52, 319

   of enunciation 42, 43

   individual 230

   juridical 120

   of and to the law 359

   legal 48

   and sovereignty 26, 122

   of a statement 42, 43

subjectivity 358

   female 320, 325, 337, 341, 354, 379

   liberal 359

   of the ‘mutilated woman’ 366, 369

   Western 358, 359, 363, 368, 382, 384, 386

subjugation 319

suffering 198, 219, 221

Syria 290

Taubes, Jacob 20, 199, 211–7, 219–20

Teitel, Ruti 314

territory 8

terrorism 138, 149, 222, 299, 404

   see also war on terror

Teschke, Benno 64–6, 83

Thompson, E. P. 65–7, 75, 76

thumbprint signatures 102, 106–12, 118–22, 124, 125, 127

Timpler, Clemens 72

torture 143, 292, 392, 397, 398

Toubia, Nahid 366, 374, 376

trade 135–7, 156–66, 196

   agreements 166, 175, 181

   barriers to 95, 136, 167

transparency 175, 186, 189

Trask, Haunani-Kay 121

travel writing 20, 207–8

treaties, ratification of 284–6

Treitschke, Heinrich von 280

Trotha, General von 275, 280

trust 69, 70

truth 233, 234

uncertainty 52, 154, 171

understanding 233

United Nations 3, 131, 147, 154, 395

   Commission on Human Rights 329, 332, 346

   Commission on the Status of Women 329–32, 336, 337, 339

   Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights 348, 350, 351, 353

   Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination 348

   High Commissioner for Refugees 132, 186

   Human Rights Committee 348–51

   human rights treaties committees 347, 348

   International Decade for Women 338

   Security Council 144, 397, 406

United Nations Charter 144, 148, 271, 329, 389, 405

   human rights and 321, 336

   interpretation of 145, 147

United States 23, 392, 397

   imperialism 3, 148, 392, 393, 395, 396

   National Security Strategy 389, 391, 392

Universal Bill of Rights 337

Universal Declaration of Human Rights 321

   European bias of 335

   and gender 333, 335, 337

   language of 331, 333

   women’s rights 346

unlawful combatants 265–316

values 15–22, 49, 55, 175, 190, 235, 311

Vienna Convention 296

violence 52, 54, 261, 308, 317, 383, 399

   see also war

   domestic 341, 349, 380

   inter-state 310

   restraint in use of 313

   against women 341, 346, 347

Vitoria, Francisco de 394

Voice 116, 117, 119, 125, 127

Waldersee, General Field Marshal Alfred von 280

Walker, Alice 366, 372–3, 375, 376

Walker, Rob 15

Wallach, Lori 160–1

war 54, 55, 64, 304

   see also laws of war

   anti-colonial 145

   civilian casualties 139, 141, 146

   civilized warfare 288, 290, 291, 294, 295, 316

   conventions 138

   decision to go to 54, 144

   humanitarianism and 137–51

   international law and 403, 404

   just 54, 56, 137, 144, 395

   legitimacy 140, 147, 151, 312

   role of mass media 140, 146

   Western stereotype of 307

war on terror 54, 268, 298, 392, 399

   imperialism and 392, 393, 395

   and international law 2, 27, 396

wars of national liberation 145, 310, 315

Watson, Irene 102, 121

Westlake, John 282

Westphalia, Peace of 7, 64, 83

will 119–23

Wittgenstein 231

Wolfowitz, Paul 147, 148

women 322, 327, 329–37

   Beijing Conference 339, 344, 346

   discrimination against 338

   marginalization of 318, 343, 351

   paid and unpaid work 324, 340

   protective approach to 322, 325, 326, 328, 330, 333, 339, 341, 346

   rights 337–52

   and sacrifice 177–80

working class 65, 89–90

World Bank 149, 189–92

World Conference on Women, Fourth 339, 344, 346

World Trade Organization 3, 136, 159, 163

   Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures 158, 167, 172

   and democracy 160

   dispute settlement mechanism 136, 187

   EC – Measures concerning Meat and Meat Products (‘EC – Hormones’) case 169–70, 176, 177

   and human rights 156, 157

   Japan – Measures Affecting the Importation of Apples case 170–1

   and responsibility 18

   Seattle Ministerial Meeting 160

   trade agreements 166, 187

Wright, Quincy 276, 290

writing 7–8, 12–14, 23, 27–31, 101–12, 123–5, 151, 198, 219, 249, 253, 256–64, 396–400

Yablon, Charles 116, 123, 124

Yom Kippur 215, 216, 218

Yoo, John C. 299–301, 303

Žižek, Slavoj 67, 82


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