Human Rights And Foreign Policy In Developing Countries: Reflections On The IBA's Work In Swaziland And Afghanistan

@inproceedings{Tahmindjis2010HumanRA,
  title={Human Rights And Foreign Policy In Developing Countries: Reflections On The IBA's Work In Swaziland And Afghanistan},
  author={Phillip Tahmindjis},
  year={2010}
}
This chapter discusses about an issue that arises when we talk about human rights and foreign policy is the impact a government or an agency like the International Bar Association (IBA) has when it goes into a country with a human rights brief, and the extent to which foreign policy impacting on human rights is seen as being something foreign in that country. The legal system in Swaziland is a Roman Dutch system, but essentially a common law system overlaid with customary law. The legal system… CONTINUE READING