1. The concept of State sovereignty is a fundamental rule of public international law and is firmly laid down in Article 2(1) of the United Nations Charter. The nature of the traditional concept of State sovereignty is changing: its is no longer considered to be absolute. This collection of essays in honour of Cees Flinterman considers the concept of State sovereignty from three different angles.
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  2. This volume to reconsider the position of Human Rights in the Netherlands. A number of more or less typically Dutch issues are addressed and discussed from a human rights perspective in an international setting. The central focus is human rights and security.
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