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  Volume 26, Number 4, November 2004

Table of Contents

From: Human Rights Quarterly

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Universal Human Rights: The Contribution of Muslim States

pp. 799-844

How International Human Rights Organizations Can Advance Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Response to Kenneth Roth

pp. 845-865

Advancing Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights: The Way Forward

pp. 866-872

Response to Leonard S. Rubenstein

pp. 873-878

Response by Leonard S. Rubenstein

pp. 879-881

Possibilities and Pitfalls in the Domestic Enforcement of Social Rights: Contemplating the South African Experience

pp. 882-905

Measuring Human Rights: Principle, Practice and Policy

pp. 906-931

Human Rights and Terrorism

pp. 932-955

The Role of a Bill of Rights in Reconstructing Northern Ireland

pp. 956-982

The African Union, NEPAD, and Human Rights: The Missing Agenda

pp. 983-1027

The Political Repression of Women

pp. 1028-1049

An Appraisal of Amnesty International's Work at the United Nations: Established Areas of Activities and Shifting Priorities Since the 1990s

pp. 1050-1070

Are Constitutional State of Emergency Clauses Effective? An Empirical Exploration

pp. 1071-1097

Book Reviews

Human Rights, the Rule of Law and Development in Africa (review0

pp. 1098-1102



pp. 1103-1105


Human Rights Quarterly Volume 26 Index

pp. 1108-1111

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