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  Volume 30, Number 3, August 2008

Table of Contents

From: Human Rights Quarterly

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Darfur and the Limits of Legal Deterrence

pp. 529-560

The Politics of Identity and Sexual Violence: A Review of Bosnia and Rwanda

pp. 561-578

Working to Eliminate Human Rights Abuses of Children: A Cross-National Comparative Study

pp. 579-606

Civil Society and International Human Rights: The Commission to Study the Organization of Peace and the Origins of the UN Human Rights Regime

pp. 607-630

Conditions for Freedom?: European Human Rights Law and the Islamic Headscarf Debate

pp. 631-654

Hunger Strikes in Turkey

pp. 655-679

What's Wrong with the European Convention on Human Rights?

pp. 680-702

How El Rescate, a Small Nongovernmental Organization, Contributed to the Transformation of the Human Rights Situation in El Salvador

pp. 703-757

Response to Tom Farer's "Un-just War Against Terrorism and the Struggle to Appropriate Human Rights"

pp. 758-766

Still Searching for Engagement: A Comment on Professor Jean Bethke Elshtain's Response to "Un-just War Against Terrorism and the Struggle to Appropriate Human Rights"

pp. 767-771

Book Reviews

For the Abolition of the Death Penalty in America: The Advocacy of Robert Badinter

pp. 772-796

God, Schools, and Country

pp. 797-807

The Theatre of Genocide: Four Plays about Mass Murder in Rwanda, Bosnia, Cambodia, and Armenia (review)

pp. 807-810

The Future of Human Rights: U.S. Policy for a New Era (review)

pp. 810-817

National Insecurity and Human Rights: Democracies Debate Counterterrorism, and: Security and Human Rights (review)

pp. 817-826

Twice a Stranger: How Mass Expulsion Forged Modern Greece and Turkey (review)

pp. 826-827

Movie Reviews

Projecting Hope and Making Reel Change in Africa

pp. 827-838



pp. 839-841

Cynthia Price Cohen: In Memoriam 12 April 2008

pp. 842-843

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