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17. Human Rights | Central Asia
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17.1 Humanity

The concept of humanity is found among principles and values which are diverse and heterogeneous in the extent to which they have been established or clarified in law. Whereas some of them have already been legally well defined (e.g., self-determination, territorial integrity or common heritage of mankind have been recognized as principles of international law), this is not so for others, such as the concept of humanity. In ter…

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Atadjanov, Rustam and Tegizbekova, Zhyldyz, “17. Human Rights | Central Asia”, in: Encyclopedia of Public International Law in Asia Online, General Editor: Seokwoo Lee. Consulted online on 06 December 2023 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/2772-8161_EPIL_COM_3034>
First published online: 2021
First print edition: 20210922

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