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Democracy:The Rule of Law and Islam (Cimel Book Series, 6.)
This important collection of articles, contributed by eminent scholars, judges and legal practitioners, addresses the fundamental issues of human rights, democracy, the rule of law and Islam. It covers a broad and diverse range of topics and discusses key issues and questions such as: * What lessons should emerging democracies learn from mature...
This important collection of articles, contributed by eminent scholars, judges and legal practitioners, addresses the fundamental issues of human rights, democracy, the rule of law and Islam. It covers a broad and diverse range of topics and discusses key issues and questions such as: * What lessons should emerging democracies learn from mature democracies in the promotion of human rights and respect for the rule of law? * Are democratic processes and human rights standards in the developed world really models that should be adopted by developing countries? * How are human rights protected in Islam and the Middle East? * What is Islamic constitutionalism and how does Islamic law provide for a democratic system of government? The book argues that the development of the rule of law, democracy and respect for human rights should be a process of interaction and integration on a global scale. In addition, it stresses that the integration of previously closed societies into the process of globalisation must take into account the indigenous traditions already existing in such societies, and the extent to which they will contribute to, and benefit from, the process as a whole.
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