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Shaping Globalization: The Role of Human Rights

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 February 2017

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Fifth Annual Grotius Lecture
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Copyright © American Society of International Law 2003

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1 Amartya Sen on Globalization—this article was adapted from comments Sen gave at a seminar on globalization arranged by the Falcone Foundation, in memory of Antonio Falcone, on May 23, 2001, available at <http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/gei/Text/Sen-Pubs/Sen_On_globalization.pdf>. Reprinted with permission from YaleGlobal Online.

2 James D. Wolfensohn, Choosing a Bater World, Asia Times, Jan. 22, 2003, available at <http://www.atimes.com>.

3 Nairn, Moisés, The Fourth Annual Grotius Lecture: Five Wars of Globalization, 18 Am. U. Int’l L. Rev. 1-18 (2002)Google Scholar.

4 See Bederman, David J., Globalism and International Law: Values and Choices, Halle Institute Occasional Paper, The Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning, Emory University, 2001 Google Scholar.

5 See id.

6 Anne-Marie Slaughter, The Will to Make it Work, Wash. Post, Mar. 2, 2003, at B1,

7 UN Press Release, UN Doc. SG/SM/8628/L/3027, available at <http://www.un.org/News/Press/docs/2003/sgsm8628.doc.htm>.

8 Remarks by Benjamin Ferencz at the Inauguration of the ICC, The Hague, Mar. 11, 2003, available at <www.benferencz.org/remarksl.htm>.

9 Marlise Simons, An Argentine Prosecutor Turns Focus to New War Crimes Court, N.Y. Times, Mar. 29, 2003.

10 Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights, Imbalance of Powers: How Change to U.S. Law & Policy Since 9/11 Erode Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Mar. 11, 2003, at 4, available at <http://www.lchr.org/us_law/loss/imbalance/powers.pdf>.

11 Id.

12 Id.

13 Lawyers’ Committee for Human Rights, Imbalance of Powers: How Changes to U.S. Law & Policy Since 9/11 Erode Human Rights and Civil Liberties, Mar. 11, 2003, at 4, available at <http://www.1chr.org/us_law/loss/imbalance/powers.pdf.>

14 Q&A: Health Care for the Poorest as a Central Human Right, N.Y. Times, Mar. 29, 2003, at D7.

15 Report of the high-level panel appointed by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, under the chairmanship of former President of Mexico Ernesto Zedillo, for the International Conference on Financing for Development, available at <http://www.un.org/reports/financing>.

16 Report is available at <http://www.ichrp.org>.

17 Ibid, at 33.

18 U.S. Policy Could Threaten International Trade, Aides Warn, Int’l Herald Trib., Mar. 15, 2003.

19 Editorial, United by Free Trade, Wash. Post, Mar. 24, 2003, at Al 2.

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