Volume 39, Number 1, February 2017

Table of Contents

Articles

Rescuing Human Rights Law From International Legalism and its Critics

pp. 1-36
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Measuring Discrimination Against LGBTQ People: A Cross-National Analysis

pp. 37-72
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Is Grassroots Justice a Viable Alternative to Impunity?: The Case of the Iran People’s Tribunal

pp. 73-103
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Children’s Rights Implementation as a Multi-Level Governance Process

pp. 104-129
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The Rights of History: Enlightenment and Human Rights

pp. 130-141
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Conservative at Birth: The Creation and Paradoxes of United States Human Rights Policy During World War II

pp. 142-161
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Who Pursues the Perpetrators?: State Cooperation with the ICC

pp. 162-188
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Deterring Torture: The Preventive Power of Criminal Law and its Promise for Inhibiting State Abuses

pp. 189-212
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Book Reviews

Five Ideas to Fight For: How Our Freedom is Under Threat and Why It Matters by Anthony Lester (review)

pp. 213-220
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The Law of Refugee Status by James C. Hathaway & Michelle Foster (review)

pp. 220-226
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Where are the Lawyers, the Activists, the Claimants, and the Experts?

pp. 226-233
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Internationalism in the Age of Nationalism by Glenda Sluga (review)

pp. 234-239
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The Seductions of Quantification: Measuring Human Rights, Gender Violence, and Sex Trafficking by Sally Engle Merry (review)

pp. 239-246
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East West Street: On the Origins of “Genocide” and “Crimes Against Humanity” by Philippe Sands (review)

pp. 246-253
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The Idea of a Human Rights Museum eds. by Karen Busby et al. (review)

pp. 253-257
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United States Law and Policy on Transitional Justice: Principles, Politics, and Pragmatics by Zachary D. Kaufman (review)

pp. 257-260
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Sexual Violence During War and Peace: Gender, Power, and Post Conflict Justice: Gender, Power, and Post-Conflict Justice in Peru by Jelke Boesten (review)

pp. 260-266
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Contributors

pp. 267-271
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