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  • Page extent: 674 pages
  • Size: 219 x 146 mm
  • Weight: 1.119 kg
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 (ISBN-13: 9780521807760 | ISBN-10: 052180776X)

DOI: 10.2277/052180776X

  • Published January 2003

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Volume 123 reports on a range of recent human rights' cases, including Bankovic v. Belgium and Others (Decision of European Court of Human Rights), three decisions of the European Court of Human Rights on sovereign immunity and the English decision of 15 March 2002 regarding prisoners of war in Guantanamo Bay in Regina (Abassi and Juma) v. Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Secretary of State for the Home Department.

• Admissibility decision of European Court of Human Rights of 19 December 2001 in Bankovic c. Belgium and Others and decisions of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights of 29 September 1999 in Coard and Others v. United States of America • Three decisions of the European Court of Human Rights on sovereign immunity on 21 November 2001 (Al-Adsani v United Kingdom, Fogarty v. United Kingdom, McElhinney v. Ireland) • English decision of 15 March 2002 concerning prisoners of war in Guantanamo Bay in Regina (Abassi and Juma) v. Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Secretary of State for the Home Department

Contents

1. Matthews v. United Kingdom (Merits) (Application No 24833/94) [EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS] 18/02/99; 2. Al-Adsani v. United Kingdom (Merits) (Application No 35763/97) [EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS] 21/11/01; 3. Fogarty v. United Kingdom (Merits) (Application No 37112/97) [EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS] 21/11/01; 4. McElhinney v. Ireland (Merits) (Application No 31253/96) [EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS] 21/11/01; 5. Bankovic v. Belgium and Others (Admissibility) (Application No 52207/99) [EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS] 19/12/01; 6. Salas and Others v. United States of America (Case 10.573) [INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS] 14/10/93; 7. Carranza v. Argentina (Case 10.087) [INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS] 30/09/97; 8. Coard and Others v. United States of America (Case 10.951) [INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS] 29/09/99; 9. Fisheries Jurisdiction Case (Spain v. Canada) [INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE] 04/12/98; 10. José Pereira E Hijos S.A. and Davila Gonzalez v. Attorney-General of Canada + NOTE [CANADA] 13/12/96; 11. Thomas and Another v. Baptiste and Others [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] 17/03/99; 12. Briggs v. Baptiste and Others [TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO] 28/10/99; 13. Regina (Bancoult) v. Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and Another [ENGLAND] 03/11/00; 14. Regina (Suresh and Manickavasagam) v. Secretary of State for the Home Department [ENGLAND] 16/11/01; 15. Regina (Abassi and Juma) v. Secretary of State for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Secretary of State for the Home Department [ENGLAND] 15/03/02.

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