Volume 31, Number 3, August 2009

Table of Contents

Articles

Parliamentary Immunity in Democratizing Countries: The Case of Turkey

pp. 567-591
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Trauma and Vengeance: Assessing the Psychological and Emotional Effects of Post-Conflict Justice

pp. 592-623
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Are International Criminal Tribunals a Disincentive to Peace?: Reconciling Judicial Romanticism with Political Realism

pp. 624-654
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Caution and Confrontation in the International Criminal Court’s Pursuit of Accountability in Uganda and Sudan

pp. 655-691
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Ecosystem Services and Human Well-Being in a Globalized World: Assessing the Role of Law

pp. 692-720
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Executive Leadership and the Continuing Quest for Justice in Argentina

pp. 721-747
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Drug Control, Human Rights, and the Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health: By No Means Straightforward Issues

pp. 748-776
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The UN Committee Against Torture: Human Rights Monitoring and the Legal Recognition of Cruelty

pp. 777-800
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Book Reviews

The Principle of Legality in International and Comparative Criminal Law (review)

pp. 801-806
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An Apology for a Pathological Brute

pp. 806-809
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Defending the Society of States: Why America Opposes the International Criminal Court and its Vision of World Society (review)

pp. 809-812
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Le droit international et la peine de mort (review)

pp. 812-820
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International Human Rights: A Comprehensive Introduction (review)

pp. 821-826
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Human Rights and Non-Discrimination in the “War on Terror” (review)

pp. 827-830
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Human Rights Matters: Local Politics and National Human Rights Institutions (review)

pp. 830-834
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 835-837
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