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Undoing sovereignty/identity, queering the ‘international’: the politics of law

@inproceedings{Lee2018UndoingSQ,
  title={Undoing sovereignty/identity, queering the ‘international’: the politics of law},
  author={Po-Han Lee},
  year={2018}
}
Recently the Yogyakarta Principles have celebrated their tenth anniversary; there has been widening acceptance across international organisations and increasingly corresponding state practices, and still, there is a need for a wider appreciation of such norms. It is argued here, simultaneously, it is necessary for queer methodology and critique to intervene in this developing field in both law and politics in order to relax the policing of identity upon a nationalised as well as gendered and… Expand
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