1. The “Woman Question” in Post-Socialist Legal Education
  2. Isabel Marcus
  3. pp. 507-568
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  1. The Conditional Effects of International Human Rights Institutions
  2. Xinyuan Dai
  3. pp. 569-589
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  1. Global and Regional Standards on Violence Against Women: The Evolution and Synergy of the CEDAW and Istanbul Conventions
  2. Dubravka Šimonović
  3. pp. 590-606
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  1. The Right to Sanitation: Time to Delink from the Right to Water
  2. Keri Ellis, Loretta Feris
  3. pp. 607-629
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  1. Human Rights and South-South Development Cooperation: Reflections on the “Rising Powers” as International Development Actors
  2. Emma Mawdsley
  3. pp. 630-652
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  1. Human Rights and Transnational Solidarity in Cold War Latin America ed. by Jessica Stites Mor (review)
  2. Stephen F. Diamond
  3. pp. 663-664
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  1. Truth and Indignation: Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Indian Residential Schools by Ronald Niezen (review)
  2. Teresa Godwin Phelps
  3. pp. 665-666
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  1. Speaking Rights to Power: Constructing Political Will by Alison Brysk (review)
  2. Damiano de Felice
  3. pp. 682-684
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  1. Nationalism and Human Rights: In Theory and Practice in the Middle East, Central Europe, and the Asia-Pacific ed. by Grace Cheng (review)
  2. Kai Chen
  3. pp. 685-686
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 687-689
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