Human rights quarterly : a comparative and international journal of the social sciences, humanities, and law

Material type: Continuing resourceContinuing resourceSeries: Human Rights Quarterly(4) ; 40Maryland, USA : John Hopkins University, 2018Content type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 02750392Subject(s): Human rights -- PeriodicalsLOC classification: JC 571 | H86 2018 v40 (4)
Contents:
Hijacking human rights: neoliberalism, the new historiography, and the end of the third world / Joslep R. Slaughter Bearing witness to atrocity crimes: photography and International Law / Aoife Duffy Privitatization and economic and social rights / Aoife Nolan Women's human rights: from progress to transformation, an intersectional response to Martha Nussbaum / Shreya Atrey Translating victim's "Rights to Reparation" into practice: a framework for assessing the implementation of reparations programs from a bottom-up perspective / Eva Ottendoerfer Decoupling international agreements from domestic policy: the state and soft repression / Kathleen M. Fallon, Anna-Liisa Aunio and Jessica Kim On the human rights questions / Paul O'Connell Politics of pragmatism? the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda and the burying of the investigation into the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana / Luc Reydams
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Periodicals
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Hijacking human rights: neoliberalism, the new historiography, and the end of the third world / Joslep R. Slaughter Bearing witness to atrocity crimes: photography and International Law / Aoife Duffy Privitatization and economic and social rights / Aoife Nolan Women's human rights: from progress to transformation, an intersectional response to Martha Nussbaum / Shreya Atrey Translating victim's "Rights to Reparation" into practice: a framework for assessing the implementation of reparations programs from a bottom-up perspective / Eva Ottendoerfer Decoupling international agreements from domestic policy: the state and soft repression / Kathleen M. Fallon, Anna-Liisa Aunio and Jessica Kim On the human rights questions / Paul O'Connell Politics of pragmatism? the international criminal tribunal for Rwanda and the burying of the investigation into the assassination of President Juvenal Habyarimana / Luc Reydams

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