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Bayefsky, A. F. (1996). Report on the human rights treaties: Facing the implementation crisis. First report of the committee on international human rights law and practice. Report of the Sixty-Seventh Conference of the International Law Association (pp. 336-357). London, England: International Law Association.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1996). The United Nations human rights treaties: Facing the implementation crisis. The Windsor Access to Justice Yearbook, 15(2), 189-201.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). Democracy and the international protection of human rights. Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, 26, 183-199.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). International human rights law in Canadian courts. In F. Francioni & B. Conforti (Eds.), Enforcing international human rights in domestic courts (pp. 295-328). The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). Mechanisms for entrenchment and protection of a bill of rights: The Canadian experience. European Human Rights Law Review, 5, 496-500.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). Cultural sovereignty, relativism, and international human rights: New excuses for old strategies. In E. Bulygin, B. M. Leiser, & M. Van Hoecke (Eds.), Changing structures in modern legal systems and the legal state ideology, Rechtstheorie, Beiheft (pp. 249-267). Berlin, Germany: Duncker & Humblot.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). The UN human rights regime: Is it effective? Proceedings of the 91st Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (pp. 466-472). Washington, DC: The American Society of International Law. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1997). The United Nations and the protection of human rights. In B. Galligan & C. Sampford (Eds.), Rethinking human rights. (pp. 74-86). Sydney, Australia: The Federation Press.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1998). Enforcing international human rights law. Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development Papers, 6(1), 117-126.
Bayefsky, A. F. (1999). The legacy of the universal declaration of human rights. ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law, 5, 261-265.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2000). Protecting those who flee abuse. In G. S. Bhatia, J. S. O’Neill, G. L. Gall, & P. D. Bendin (Eds.), Peace, justice and freedom: Human rights challenges for the new millennium (pp. 95-103). Edmonton, Canada: University of Alberta Press. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2001). Anti-semitism at the United Nations: The world conference against racism becomes a world conference for racism. Justice, 7-8.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2001). Terrorism and racism: The aftermath of Durban. Jerusalem Viewpoints, 468(1), 1-11.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2001). The UN human rights treaty system, universality at the crossroads. The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2002). Responses to the recent terrorist attacks on the U.S. ILSA Journal of International and Comparative Law, 8(2), 349-352. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2002). The UN human rights agenda: A strategy of diversion. Justice, 11-13.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2003). How to complain to the UN human rights treaty system. The Hague, Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2003). Israel, the United Nations and the roadmap. American Foreign Policy Interests, 25(5), 373-394. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2003). The UN and the assault on Israel’s legitimacy: Implications for the road map. Jerusalem Viewpoints, 501, 1-10.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2004). One small step: Is the U.N. finally ready to get serious about antisemitism? Midstream, 50(7), 3-5. This material can be found here.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2005). The international criminal court versus an international court of human rights: Politics and the rule of law. In S. G. Shoham & P. Knepper (Eds.), Israel studies in criminology book series, Volume 9 terrorism and the international community (pp. 143-165). Whitby, Canada: de Sitter.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2006). The legacy of Nuremberg. In H. Reginbogin & C. Safferling (Eds.), The Nurmeberg trials: International criminal law since 1945 (pp. 251-258). Munich, Germany: K.G. Saur.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2006). The role of the United Nations in countering terrorism. In A. Stephens & R. Walden (Eds.), For the sake of humanity: Essays in honour of Clemens N. Nathan (pp. 17-32). Boston, MA: Maritinus Nijhoff.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2007). Promise and reality at the UN. In A. F. Bayefsky (Ed.), The UN and beyond: United democratic nations (pp. 7-20). Washington, DC: Hudson Institute.
Bayefsky, A. F. (2008). Neither redeemable nor reformable. Justice, 45, 1-14.