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  Volume 34, Number 3, August 2012

Table of Contents

Articles

Institutionalizing Human Rights in Southeast Asia

pp. 695-725
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Local, National, and International Determinants of Truth Commission: The South Korean Experience

pp. 726-750
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Human Rights in Canadian Domestic and Foreign Politics: From “Niggardly Acceptance” to Enthusiastic Embrace

pp. 751-778
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Exporting Amnesty International to the United States: Transatlantic Human Rights Activism in the 1960s

pp. 779-799
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Governing Human Rights and Roma Inclusion: Can the EU be a Catalyst for Local Social Change?

pp. 800-822
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Fieldwork and its Ethical Challenges: Reflections from Research in Bosnia

pp. 823-839
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The UN Security Council and Response to Atrocities: International Criminal Law and the P-5

pp. 840-863
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Considering Human Rights Films, Representation, and Ethics: Whose Face?

pp. 864-883
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Interview

Poets and Citizens: An Interview with the Editors of I Go to the Ruined Place: Contemporary Poems in Defense of Global Human Rights

pp. 884-895
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Book Reviews

Human Rights and Religion: New Thinking

pp. 896-901
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Accounting for Violence: Marketing Memory in Latin America, and: Radical Justice: Spain and the Southern Cone Beyond Market and State (review)

pp. 901-904
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Forging a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity (review)

pp. 904-911
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The Anti-Slavery Project: From the Slave Trade to Human Trafficking (review)

pp. 911-914
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Empire of Humanity: A History of Humanitarianism (review)

pp. 914-916
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Human Dignity in Bioethics and Law (review)

pp. 916-919
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Developing a Compromise: The Case for Universal Human Rights from a Cultural Perspective

pp. 919-921
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Contributors

pp. 923-926
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Research Areas

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