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  Volume 35, Number 2, May 2013

Table of Contents


Manipulated Commitments: The International Criminal Court in Uganda

pp. 271-303

Protecting the Right to Life of Journalists: The Need for a Higher Level of Engagement

pp. 304-332

"Re-righting Business": John Ruggie and the Struggle to Develop International Human Rights Standards for Transnational Firms

pp. 333-264

"You Only Have Your Word:" Rape and Testimony

pp. 365-385

Transplanting Human Rights Norms: The Case of the United Kingdom's Human Rights Act

pp. 386-407

Dam and Be Damned: The Adverse Impacts of Belo Monte on Indigenous Peoples in Brazil

pp. 408-447

Generic Considerations in Ishiguro's Never Let Me Go

pp. 448-469

Life Imprisonment and the Prohibition of Inhuman Punishments in International Human Rights Law: Moving the Agenda Forward

pp. 470-497

Book Reviews

Human Rights and the Challenge of Foundations

pp. 498-509

The Right to Health: Where Do We Stand and How Far Have We Come?

pp. 509-517

Out in Africa: LGBT Organizing in Namibia and South Africa by Ashley Currier (review)

pp. 517-520

Reimagining Child Soldiers in International Law and Policy by Mark A. Drumbl (review)

pp. 520-528

Inherent Human Rights: Philosophical Roots of the Universal Declaration by Johannes Morsink (review)

pp. 528-531

Values in Translation: Human Rights and the Culture of the World Bank by Galit A. Sarfaty (review)

pp. 531-534


pp. 535-537

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