restricted access   Volume 33, Number 3, August 2011

Table of Contents

Articles

Can Counter-Terrorist Internment Ever be Legitimate?

pp. 593-619
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From Malabo to Malibu: Addressing Corruption and Human Rights Abuse in an African Petrostate

pp. 620-648
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Indigenous Community Justice in the Bolivian Constitution of 2009

pp. 649-681
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Human Rights Protections for Vulnerable and Disadvantaged Groups: The Contributions of the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

pp. 682-732
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Invoking International Human Rights Law in a "Rights-Free Zone": Indigenous Justice Campaigns in Australia

pp. 733-766
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US Foreign Policy and Human Rights: Situating Obama

pp. 767-789
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Gender Justice in Puerto Rico: Domestic Violence, Legal Reform, and the Use of International Human Rights Principles

pp. 790-825
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A Proposal for How to Realize Human Rights at the National and Regional Level: A Three-Pillar Strategy

pp. 826-855
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Drug Control, Human Rights, and the Right to the Highest Attainable Standard of Health: A Reply to Saul Takahashi

pp. 856-877
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Book Reviews

Behind the Killing Fields: A Khmer Rouge Leader and One of His Victims (review)

pp. 878-879
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On the Move for Love: Migrant Entertainers and the US Military in South Korea (review)

pp. 879-882
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Child Soldiers: Sierra Leone's Revolutionary United Front, and: Child Soldiers in the Age of Fractured States (review)

pp. 882-886
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Terror in Chechnya: Russia and the Tragedy of Civilians in War (review)

pp. 886-890
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That Someone Guilty Be Punished: The Impact of the ICTY in Bosnia (review)

pp. 890-893
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Human Rights and the Ethics of Globalization (review)

pp. 893-895
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Human Trafficking: A Global Perspective (review)

pp. 895-899
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Sex Trafficking: Inside the Business of Modern Day Slavery (review)

pp. 899-906
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The Archetype Strikes Back (review)

pp. 906-908
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Appendices

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

pp. 909-921
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 922-925
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