Volume 38, Number 2, May 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

Confronting the Dictatorial Past in Tunisia: Human Rights and the Politics of Victimhood in Transitional Justice Discourses Since 2011

pp. 261-293
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The Rights of Man and the Rights of the Man-Made: Corporations and Human Rights

pp. 294-349
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Human Rights and the use of Autonomous Weapons Systems (AWS) During Domestic Law Enforcement

pp. 350-378
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Chronicity and Pseudo Inheritance of Social Exclusion: Differences According to the Poverty of the Family of Origin Among Trash Pickers in León, Nicaragua

pp. 379-390
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Nepali Widows’ Access to Legal Entitlements: A Human Rights Issue

pp. 391-410
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Questioning Samuel Moyn’s Revisionist History of Human Rights

pp. 411-425
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How International Human Rights Transformed the US Constitution

pp. 426-449
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Forced Marriage, Slavery, and Plural Legal Systems: An African Example

pp. 450-476
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The Myth of Information Effects in Human Rights Data: Response to Ann Marie Clark and Kathryn Sikkink

pp. 477-492
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Response to David L. Richards

pp. 493-496
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Book Reviews

Justice Among Nations: A History of International Law by Stephen C. Neff (review)

pp. 497-516
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The Lonely Few: Human Rights and the Dreams of the Tiananmen Generation — Tiananmen Exiles: Voices of the Struggle for Democracy in China by Rowena Xiaoqing He (review)

pp. 516-519
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Borders, Asylum and Global Non-Citizenship: The Other Side of the Fence by Heather L. Johnson (review)

pp. 519-522
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Marching Through Suffering: Loss and Survival in North Korea by Sandra Fahy (review)

pp. 522-526
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The Human Right to Citizenship: A Slippery Concept by Rhoda E. Howard-Hassmann and Margaret Walton-Roberts (review)

pp. 526-534
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Surviving the Bosnian Genocide: The Women of Srebrenica Speak by Selma Leydesdorff (review)

pp. 534-536
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A Superpower Transformed: The Remaking of American Foreign Relations in the 1970s by Daniel J. Sargent (review)

pp. 537-539
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Contributors

pp. 541-546
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