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Michael Bothe on the Role of Human Rights in Limiting the Powers of the Security Council
9 Nov 2007 -  Mr. Michael Bothe, Professor of Public Law, Goethe University Frankfurt

"Limitations of the Powers of the Security Council? The Role of Human Rights"
The current exercise of the powers of the Security Council relating to the maintenance of international peace and security can directly affect individual rights. This is in particular true for “targeted sanctions”. In this case, the respect due to human rights requires that the affected individuals enjoy certain procedural safeguards, including an effective remedy against a listing decision.