A unique, hitherto unpublished memoir from a leading Palestinian nationalist within the Orthodox Church, bearing witness to the Young Turk Revolution, WWI, and the fight for Palestine independence at the League of Nations.
It has been difficult to address the human rights aspects of the phenomenon in practice. This book aims to establish a human rights framework to promote better understanding of the multi-faceted problems inherent in trafficking of human beings, articulate obligations imposed upon the States, and facilitate a holistic approach.
In A World At War, 1911-1949, scholars of the cultural history of warfare, inspired by the work of Professor John Horne, break down the traditional barriers between the historiographies of the First and Second World Wars.
Questioning the seemingly ossified premise that states have an absolute discretion to control migration, this research submits that measures of migration control must be justified on a rational-legal basis and offers a regional model as the most sustainable long-term option.