Unsuccessfully State in Resolving Human Rights Violations

Rifkah Anniza Rahman, Syamsuddin Muhammad Noor, Iin Karita Sakharina, Hamzah Halim


Each state has the right to control the entry of foreigners into their territories, as part of implementing its sovereignty. However, in carrying out these national policies, the State must not neglect its international obligations. Including the obligations toward treaties that have been ratified as well as obligations to international human rights. This study aims to analyze the failure of the state in addressing human rights violations against Qatar nationals by the United Arab Emirates caused by the implementation of the blockade and diplomatic termination. This research uses normative research type. The results of this study indicate that the measures and policies which are enforced by the United Arab Emirates towards Qatar after the blockade and diplomatic termination have had a significant impact on fulfilling human rights for Qatar citizens and citizens of the United Arab Emirates. The occurrence of separation of a family as a violation of the right to life and children's rights is interpreted as an inability or inability and/or unwillingness of the state in carrying out its duties, namely to respect, to fulfill, and to protect human rights.

Keywords: human rights, resolving, unsuccessfully state, violations.

DOI: 10.7176/IAGS/76-06

Publication date:September 30th 2019

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