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'From Guantánamo Bay to Abu Ghraib: The applicability of international human rights law to the post-9/11 extraterritorial activities of states'

Wilde, R; (2005) 'From Guantánamo Bay to Abu Ghraib: The applicability of international human rights law to the post-9/11 extraterritorial activities of states'. In: Eden, P and O Donnell, T, (eds.) 11 September 2001: A Turning Point in International and Domestic Law? (pp. 255-334). Transnational Publishers: Ardsley, New York.

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Type: Book chapter
Title: 'From Guantánamo Bay to Abu Ghraib: The applicability of international human rights law to the post-9/11 extraterritorial activities of states'
ISBN: 1-57105-326-3
Additional information: A more expanded version of the ideas in this piece was published as the ‘Legal Black Hole’ article.
Keywords: human rights, extraterritoriality, Guantanamo Bay, Iraq, war on terror, international law
UCL classification: UCL > School of Arts and Social Sciences > Faculty of Laws
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/42551
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