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317-334; Costello, C., "The Bosphorus Ruling of the European Court of Human Rights: Fundamental Rights and Blurred Boundaries in Europe", HRLR, vol.
(55) The British courts have held that the issue of diplomatic representations with respect to Guantanamo detainees are iusticiable, but have stopped short of ordering governments to make diplomatic representations: see Abbasi v Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, [20021 EWCA Civ 1598 (BAILII), 2002 WL 31452052; AI Rawiv Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, [20061 EWHC 972 (Admin) (BAILII), [2006] HRLR 30 (WL UK).
(39) Ibid at 11, citing Justice Sullivan in an early control order case (Secretary of State for the Home Department v MB, [2006] EWHC 1000 (Admin), (sub nom Re MB) [2006] HRLR 29 at para 103 [MB (HC)], rev'd MB (CA), infra note 191, rev'd MB & AF, infra note 72).
(48.) Daniel Moeckli, "Of Minarets and Foreign Criminals: Swiss Direct Democracy and Human Rights" (2011) 11:4 HRLR 774 at 775.
See also Sandeep Gopalan Sc Katrina Hogan, "Ethical Transnational Corporate Activity at Home and Abroad: A Proposal for Reforming Continuous Disclosure Obligations in Australia and the United States", 46:2 Colum HRLR [forthcoming in 2015].
See also Sofia C Hubscher, "Making it Worth the Plaintiffs' While: Extra Incentive Awards to Named Plaintiffs in Class Action Employment Discrimination Lawsuits" (1992) 23:2 Colum HRLR 463 at 485, n 142.