Research on the Establishment of Judicial Organization for Protection of the Rights of Nations

Mohsen Ghasemi

Abstract


Of late the humanization of international law has considerably undermined states' sovereignty. This trend has gained a
momentum in the recent years and has rendered International law closer to be nation-centered more than ever. On the other
hand, establishment and expansion of the jurisdiction assigned to handle human rights violations as well as an anticipation of
the extent of implementation of the judicial body have been positive steps to promote human rights. Furthermore, they have
prevented the violators' evading justice. As well, this trend reinforces the possibility of seeking justice for the victims of these
violations. Establishment of an international judicial organization for protection of the rights of nations along with transnational
and regional independent judicial bodies are the means that pave the path to seek justice against violent acts of state agents.
This mechanism would enhance support for citizenry vis-à-vis state sovereignty. The researcher would address these goals as
follows: - Articulation of the theoretical foundations and the necessity of a judicial organization for protection of the rights of
nations. - Configuration of the framework of such judicial organization for protection of the rights of nations. - Explaining the
functions of the judicial organization for protection of the rights of nations for achieving the above goals, descriptive-analytical
method has been employed.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n6s6p164


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