restricted access   Volume 27, Number 3, August 2005

Table of Contents

From: Human Rights Quarterly

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Ships Passing in the Night: The Current State of the Human Rights and Development Debate seen through the Lens of the Millennium Development Goals

pp. 755-829
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Bremer's "Gordian Knot": Transitional Justice and the US Occupation of Iraq

pp. 830-857
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Is Spain Recovering its Memory? Breaking the Pacto del Olvido

pp. 858-880
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Global Governance, Dam Conflicts, and Participation

pp. 881-907
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Judging History: The Historical Record of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

pp. 908-942
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Human Rights and Police Training in Transitional Societies: Exporting the Lessons of Northern Ireland

pp. 943-968
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Transnationalization of Human Rights Norms and Its Impact on Internally Displaced Kurds

pp. 969-997
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Kwangju and Beyond: Coping with Past State Atrocities in South Korea

pp. 998-1045
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International Human Rights Law as Power/Knowledge

pp. 1046-1068
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Testing the Red Lines: On the Liberalization of Speech in Morocco

pp. 1069-1119
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Commentary

Commentary on the Second Great Transformation

pp. 1120-1121
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Book Reviews

The Performance of Human Rights in Morocco (review)

pp. 1122-1123
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Monitoring Sweatshops: Workers, Consumers, and the Global Apparel Industry (review)

pp. 1124-1128
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Histories of the Hanged: The Dirty War in Kenya and the End of Empire (review)

pp. 1129-1133
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Dignity Counts: A Guide to Using Budget Analysis to Advance Human Rights (review)

pp. 1134-1137
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The Ombudsman, Good Governance, and the International Human Rights System (review)

pp. 1137-1142
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 1143-1146
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