Advances a legal theory of international human rights that defines their nature and purpose in relation to the structure and operation of international law argues that the mission of international human rights law is to mitigate the adverse effects of how international law deploys sovereignty . Both state sovereignty and human rights are highly contested concepts their very definitions are contested as well as their comparative importance and inviolability this essay . While the principles of sovereignty such as non intervention and human rights may seem complimentary state sovereignty as a result of its theoretical underpinnings the norms it has established and its practical applications has demonstrably hampered the implementation of human rights. Human rights are essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state and hence insulated from international law this contemporary change in content of the term sovereignty also. Sovereignty takes priority over regional autonomy or vice versa we will also be addressing the question of the importance attributable to human rights taken to mean individual rights as against the collective rights of both nation state sovereignty and regional autonomy conclusion part iii i europe on the threshold of post nationalism
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