1. From Conquest to Constitutions: Retrieving a Latin American Tradition of the Idea of Human Rights
  2. Paolo Wright-Carozza
  3. pp. 281-313
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  1. The UN as a Human Rights Violator? Some Reflections on the United Nations Changing Human Rights Responsibilities
  2. Frederic Megret, Florian Hoffmann
  3. pp. 314-342
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  1. Rights Talk and the Experience of Law: Implementing Women's Human Rights to Protection from Violence
  2. Sally Engle Merry
  3. pp. 343-381
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  1. The Ethics of Intervention in Self-Determination Struggles
  2. Tom J. Farer
  3. pp. 382-406
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  1. Beyond Codes of Conduct and Monitoring: An Organizational Integrity Approach to Global Labor Practices
  2. Michael A. Santoro
  3. pp. 407-424
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  1. Pharmaceutical Corporations and Access to Drugs: The "Fourth Wave" of Corporate Human Rights Scrutiny
  2. Sarah Joseph
  3. pp. 425-452
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  1. The Politics of Being Non-Political: Human Rights Organizations and the Creation of a Positive Human Rights Culture in Uganda
  2. Susan Dicklitch, Doreen Lwanga
  3. pp. 482-509
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  1. Is Respect for Human Rights Rewarded? An Analysis of Total Bilateral and Multilateral Aid Flows
  2. Eric Neumayer
  3. pp. 510-527
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  1. Struck by Lightning? Interracial Intimacy and Racial Justice
  2. Kevin R. Johnson, Kristina L. Burrows
  3. pp. 528-562
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  1. Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Approach (review)
  2. Richard Pierre Claude
  3. pp. 563-566
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 567-570
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