RELENDO A CONSTRUÇÃO (NEGATIVA) DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS INTERNACIONAIS

  • Roberto Vilchez Yamato Instituto de Relações Internacionais da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (IRI/PUC-Rio)
Palavras-chave: Direitos Humanos Internacionais, Crimes contra Humanidade, Constituição (Negativa), Ordem Internacional Moderna

Resumo

O artigo faz uma releitura da construção dos direitos humanos internacionais no contexto pós 1945. Primeiro, comentam-se brevemente os traços normativos da constituição da sociedade internacional. Depois, comenta-se o problema da justiça e dos direitos humanos na arquitetura internacional. Em seguida, relê-se a construção (negativa) dos direitos humanos internacionais. Conclui-se com alguns rastros e comentários acerca da construção de alteridades “bárbaras”, colocando em questão a constituição do limite da ordem internacional moderna.Recebido em: 17 julho 2013Aceito em: 10 abril 2015

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Biografia do Autor

Roberto Vilchez Yamato, Instituto de Relações Internacionais da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (IRI/PUC-Rio)
É Professor do Instituto de Relações Internacionais da Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (IRI/PUC-Rio). Doutorando em Direito, Birkbeck, University of London (desde 2012). Doutor pelo IRI/PUC-Rio (2011), com Doutorado-Sanduíche realizado na University of Victoria (2009/2010). Mestre em Ciências Sociais: Relações Internacionais pela PUC-SP (2004). Mestre em Direitos Humanos pela London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London (2004) — mestrado este revalidado pela USP (2010). Bacharel em Relações Internacionais (1999) e em Direito (2001) pela PUC-SP. Pesquisador Visitante no Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University (2009)

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Yamato, R. V. (2014). RELENDO A CONSTRUÇÃO (NEGATIVA) DOS DIREITOS HUMANOS INTERNACIONAIS. Carta Internacional, 9(2), 03-30. Recuperado de https://www.cartainternacional.abri.org.br/Carta/article/view/74
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