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Human Rights Quarterly 27.4 (2005) 1374-1377



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Human Rights Quarterly Volume 27 Index

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Alston, Philip, Ships Passing in the Night: The Current State of theHuman Rights and Development Debate Seen through theLens of the Millennium Development Goals     27(3)755

Amirthalingam, Kumaralingam, Women's Rights, International Norms, and Domestic Violence: Asian Perspectives     27(2)683

Aoláin, Fionnuala Ní & Colm Campbell, The Paradox of Transition in Conflicted Democracies     27(1)172

Brems, Eva, Conflicting Human Rights: An Exploration in the Context of the Right to a Fair Trial in the European Convention on Human Rights     7(1)294

Çelik, Ays*e Betûl, Transnationalization of Human Rights Norms and Its Impact on Internally Displaced Kurds     7(3)969

Campbell, Colm & Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, The Paradox of Transition in Conflicted Democracies     7(1)172

Colonomos, Ariel & Javier Santiso, Vive la France! French Multinationals and Human Rights     7(4)1307

Darrow, Mac & Amparo Tomas, Power, Capture, and Conflict: A Call for Human Rights Accountability in Development Cooperation     7(2)471

David, Roman, & Susanne Choi Yuk-ping, Victims on Transitional Justice: Lessons from the Reparation of Human Rights Abuses in the Czech Republic     7(2)392

Davis, Madeleine, Is Spain Recovering its Memory? Breaking the Pacto del Olvido     7(3)858

Evans, Tony, International Human Rights Law as Power/Knowledge     7(3)1046

Fenwick, Colin, Private Use of Prisoners' Labor: Paradoxes of International Human Rights Law     7(1)249

Freeman, Mark & Henry Forbes Smith, The Mandatory Reporting of Torture by Detention Center Officials: An Original Proposal     7(1)327

Godoy, Angela Snodgrass, La Muchacha Respondona: Reflections on the Razor's Edge Between Crime and Human Rights     7(2)597

Goulet, Denis, Global Governance, Dam Conflicts, and Participation     7(3)881 [End Page 1374]

Han, In Sup, Kwangju and Beyond: Coping with Past State Atrocities in South Korea     7(3)998

Hiskes, Richard P., The Right to a Green Future: Human Rights, Environmentalism, and Intergenerational Justice     7(4)1346

Howard-Hassmann, Rhoda E., The Second Great Transformation: Human Rights Leapfrogging in the Era of Globalization     7(1)1

Jovanovic;, Miodrag A., Recognizing Minority Identities Through Collective Rights     7(2)625

Kelsall, Tim, Truth, Lies, Ritual: Preliminary Reflections on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Sierra Leone     7(2)361

Klaaren, Jonathan, A Second Look at the South African Human Rights Commission, Access to Information, and the Promotion of Socioeconomic Rights     7(2)539

Landgren, Karin, The Protective Environment: Development Support for Child Protection     7(1)214

Loudiy, Fadoua & Andrew R. Smith, Testing the Red Lines: On the Liberalization of Speech in Morocco     7(3)1069

Mashhour, Amira, Islamic Law and Gender Equality: Could There be a Common Ground?: A Study of Divorce and Polygamy in Sharia Law and Contemporary Legislation in Tunisia and Egypt     7(2)562

Megally, Hanny, Eric Stover, & Hania Mufti, Bremer's "Gordian Knot": Transitional Justice and the US Occupation of Iraq     7(3)830

Mufti, Hania, Hanny Megally & Eric Stover, Bremer's "Gordian Knot": Transitional Justice and the US Occupation of Iraq     7(3)830

Mullally, Siobhán, Gendered Citizenship: Debating Reproductive Rights in Ireland     7(1)78

Oloka-Onyango, J., Who's Watching "Big Brother"? Globalization and the Protection of Cultural Rights in Present Day Africa     7(4)1245

O'Rawe, Mary, Human Rights and Police Training in Transitional Societies: Exporting the Lessons of Northern Ireland     7(3)943

Quane, Helen, The Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Development Process     7(2)652

Santiso, Javier & Ariel Colonomos, Vive la France! French Multinationals and Human Rights     7(4)1307

Sivakumaran, Sandesh, Male/Male Rape and the "Taint" of Homosexuality     7(4)1274

Smith, Andrew R. & Fadoua Loudiy, Testing the Red Lines: On the Liberalization of Speech in Morocco     7(3)1069

Smith, Henry Forbes & Mark Freeman, The Mandatory Reporting of Torture by Detention Center Officials: An Original Proposal     7(1)327

Smith, Thomas W., Civic Nationalism and Ethnocultural Justice in Turkey     7(2)436

Stover, Eric, Hanny Megally, & Hania Mufti, Bremer's "Gordian Knot":Transitional Justice and the US Occupation of Iraq     7(3)830 [End Page 1375]

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ISSN
1085-794X
Print ISSN
0275-0392
Pages
pp. 1374-1377
Launched on MUSE
2005-11-10
Open Access
No
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