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Human Rights Quarterly 29.4 (2007) 1144-1147

Volume 29 Index

Author Index

Afshari, Reza, On Historiography of Human Rights Reflections on Paul Gordon Lauren's The Evolution of International Human Rights: Visions Seen           29(1)1
Bickford, Louis, Unofficial Truth Projects           29(4)994
Bob, Clifford, "Dalit Rights are Human Rights": Caste Discrimination, International Activism, and the Construction of a New Human Rights Issue           29(1)167
Çali, Başak, Balancing Human Rights? Methodological Problems with Weights, Scales and Proportions           29(1)251
Carmalt, Jean Connelly, Rights and Place: Using Geography in Human Rights Work           29(1)68
Chigara, Ben, Latecomers to the ILO and the Authorship and Ownership of the International Labour Code           29(3)706
Corntassel, Jeff, Towards a New Partnership? Indigenous Political Mobilization and Co-optation During the First UN Indigenous Decade (1995–2004)           29(1)137
Cullet, Philippe, Human Rights and Intellectual Property Protection in the TRIPS Era           29(2)403
Donnelly, Jack, The Relative Universality of Human Rights           29(2)281
_____, & Daniel J. Whelan, The West, Economic and Social Rights, and The Global Human Rights Regime: Setting the Record Straight           29(4)908
Encarnación, Omar, Democracy and Dirty Wars in Spain           29(4)950
Foot, Rosemary, The United Nations, Counter Terrorism and Human Rights: Institutional Adaptation and Embedded Ideas           29(2)489
Habib, Jasmin, Both Sides Now: Reflections on the Israel/Palestine Conflict           29(4)1098
Hashemi, Kamran, Religious Legal Traditions, Muslim States and the Convention on the Rights of the Child: An Essay on the Relevant UN Documentation           29(1)194
Horvath, Robert Gabor, The Solzhenitsyn Effect: East European Dissidents and the Demise of the Revolutionary Privilege           29(4)879 [End Page 1144]
Keith, Linda Camp & Ayo Ogundele, Legal Systems and Constitutionalism in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Examination of Colonial Influences on Human Rights           29(4)1065
Kinley, David & Trevor Wilson, Engaging a Pariah: Human Rights Training In Burma/Myanmar           29(2)368
Kuttruff, Alyson & Jeffery Roberg, Cuba: Ideological Success or Ideological Failure?           29(3)779
LaPlante, Lisa & Kimberly Theidon, When the Truth is not Enough: The Politics of Reparations in Post-Truth Commission Peru           29(1)228
Lauren, Paul Gordon, "To Preserve and Build on its Achievements and to Redress its Shortcomings": The Journey from the Commission on Human Rights to the Human Rights Council           29(2)307
Meierhenrich, Jens, Perpetual War: A Pragmatic Sketch           29(3)631
Mertus, Julie, The Rejection of Human Rights Framings: The Case of LGBT Advocacy in the United States           29(4)1036
Mihr, Anja & Hans Peter Schmitz, Combating Apathy with Education: Developing Strategies for Sustainable Global Human Rights Promotion           29(4)973
Murray, Rachel & Frans Viljoen, Lobbying on Sexual Orientation Issues: The Normative Basis and Procedural Possibilities before the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights and the African Union           29(1)86
Mutua, Makau, Standard Setting in Human Rights: Critique and Prognosis           29(3)547
Ogundele, Ayo Linda Camp Keith, Legal Systems and Constitutionalism in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Examination of Colonial Influences on Human Rights           29(4)1065
Parekh, Serena, Resisting "Dull and Torpid" Assent: Returning to the Debate over the Foundations of Human Rights           29(3)764
Pieterse, Marius, Eating Socioeconomic Rights: The Usefulness of Rights Talk in Alleviating Social Hardship Revisited           29(3)796
Rehman, Javaid, "War on Terror" and the Future of Muslim Minorities in the United Kingdom: Dilemmas of Multi-Culturalism in the Aftermath of the Londom Bombings           29(4)831
Roberg, Jeffery & Alyson Kuttruff, Cuba: Ideological Success or Ideological Failure?           29(3)779
Ron, James & O.N.T Thoms, Do Human Rights Violations Cause Internal Conflict?           29(3)674
Sarelin, Alessandra Lundström, Human Rights-Based Approaches to Development Cooperation, HIV/AIDS, and Food Security           29(2)460
Schmitz, Hans Peter & Anja Mihr, Combating Apathy with Education: Developing Strategies for Sustainable Global Human Rights Promotion           29(4)973
Shigekane, Rachel, Rehabilitation and Community Integration of Trafficking Survivors in the United States           29(1)112
Theidon, Kimberly & Lisa LaPlante, When the Truth is not Enough: The Politics of Reparations in Post-Truth Commission Peru           29(1)228...

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ISSN
1085-794X
Print ISSN
0275-0392
Pages
pp. 1144-1147
Launched on MUSE
2007-11-12
Open Access
No
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