1. Information Technology and Human Rights
  2. Jamie Frederic Metzl
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  1. Refining War: Civil Wars and Humanitarian Controls
  2. George J. Andreopoulos, Martin Cherniack, Rodney G. Allen
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  1. Indigenous Peoples and the UN Commission on Human Rights: A Case of the Immovable Object and the Irresistible Force
  2. Russel Lawrence Barsh
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  1. Indigenous Self-Determinaton and Decolonization of the International Imagination: A Plea
  2. Craig Scott
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  1. Comprehensive Peace in the Balkans: The Kosovo Question
  2. David L. Phillips
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  1. Human Rights Monitoring in Germany: A Rejoinder
  2. Maryellen Fullerton
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  1. Human Rights Abuses by the Third Reich: New Evidence from the Nazi Concentration Camp Buchenwald
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  1. Remembering the Auschwitz Death March
  2. Thomas Buergenthal
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  1. Thomas Buergenthal: Holocaust Survivor to Human Rights Advocate
  2. Jo M. Pasqualucci
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  1. Human Rights and Reform: Changing the Face of North African Politics (review)
  2. Ann Elizabeth Mayer
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  1. Moral Opposition to Authoritarian Rule in Chile, 1973-90 (review)
  2. Terence S. Coonan
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  1. Human Rights in the West Bank and Gaza: Legacy and Politics (review)
  2. Brian Walsh
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  1. Letter to the Editor
  2. Brian K. Murphy
  3. p. 911
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