1. Emotional Diplomacy and Human Rights at the United Nations
  2. Roland Burke
  3. pp. 273-295
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  1. Against Standardization of Memory
  2. Lea David
  3. pp. 296-318
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  1. Cultural Harm and Engaging the Limits of a Right to Cultural Identity
  2. Andrew Fagan
  3. pp. 319-340
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  1. Taking the Right to Health Seriously: Implications for Health Systems, Courts, and Achieving Universal Health Coverage
  2. Alicia Ely Yamin
  3. pp. 341-368
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  1. Progress or Prevarication?: The Move Toward the Establishment of a Human Rights Commission in Japan
  2. Silvia Croydon
  3. pp. 369-392
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  1. Torture and Ill-Treatment Under Perceived: Human Rights Documentation and the Poor
  2. Steffen Jensena, Tobias Kelly, Morten Koch Andersen, Catrine Christiansen, Jeevan Raj Sharma
  3. pp. 393-415
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  1. Guarantees of Non-Recurrence: An Approximation
  2. Alexander Mayer-Rieckh
  3. pp. 416-448
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  1. Cheap Talk on Food: Party Politics in India and the Challenge of Implementing the Right to Food
  2. Shareen Hertel, Corinne M. Tagliarina, Catherine Buerger
  3. pp. 449-467
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  1. An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States by Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz (review)
  2. Howard Tolley Jr.
  3. pp. 471-477
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  1. Surviving Forced Disappearance in Argentina and Uruguay: Identity and Meaning by Gabriel Gatti (review)
  2. Ulrike Capdepón
  3. pp. 478-480
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  1. British Human Rights Organizations and Soviet Dissent, 1965–1985 by Mark Hurst (review)
  2. Emma Gilligan
  3. pp. 481-482
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 484-487
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