Human Rights

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From Kosovo to Darfur

The Regional Biases within Humanitarian Military Interventionism

Exploring the past, present, and future of military humanitarianism

Before Before

A Story of Discovery and Loss in Sierra Leone

Reflecting on how building connections with others is necessary for humanity’s survival

Decisiveness and Fear of Disorder

Political Decision-Making in Times of Crisis

Examines how the need to appear decisive becomes the paramount consideration for politicians in crisis situations

Presidential Accountability in Wartime

President Bush, the Treatment of Detainees, and the Laws of War

Examines how and why holding US presidents accountable for war crimes is an obligatory but impossible task in the American constitutional system

Technical Territories

Data, Subjects, and Spaces in Infrastructural Asia

Toward a geography of infrastructure

Book of the Disappeared

The Quest for Transnational Justice

A unique and timely publication, for advocates, academics, and practitioners, providing invaluable insight into the plight of the disappeared

Peace, Preference, and Property

Return Migration after Violent Conflict

A bottom-up analysis of what displaced people need rather than what states want

Translating Human Rights in Education

The Influence of Article 24 UN CRPD in Nigeria and Germany

How the UN's right to inclusive education has resulted in school segregation for disabled students

Delegating Responsibility

International Cooperation on Migration in the European Union

A new theory of international cooperation on migration

The Art of Getting More Back in Diplomacy

Negotiation Lessons from North Korea, China, Libya, and the United Nations

Why boardroom diplomacy fails

Elite-Led Mobilization and Gay Rights

Dispelling the Myth of Mass Opinion Backlash

Grassroots America supports LBGTQ rights even when leaders do not

Lawyers Beyond Borders

Advancing International Human Rights Through Local Laws and Courts

How American human rights lawyers fight for justice in U.S. Courts for international victims of violence

The Politics of Intimacy

Rethinking the End-of-Life Controversy

The intimacy of dying reveals the conflict between individuals and the institutions that rule their beliefs

Performance, Transparency, and the Cultures of Surveillance

Examines the pervasive presence of surveillance and how surveillance technologies alter the performance of everyday life

The Impossible Machine

A Genealogy of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission

A fresh, though counterintuitive, understanding of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s legal, political, and cultural heritage

Making Human

World Order and the Global Governance of Human Dignity

An International Relations scholar examines the processes by which formerly denigrated peoples become recognized as human beings worthy of rights and dignity

Intellectual Empathy

Critical Thinking for Social Justice

A guide for facilitating discussions about socially divisive issues for students, educators, business managers, and community leaders

Law, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Terrorism

In democratic states, the courts can help safeguard civil liberties against excessive legislative and executive efforts to combat terrorism

Hybrid Justice

The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

A definitive scholarly treatment of the ECCC from legal and political perspectives

The Impossible Machine

A Genealogy of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission

A fresh, though counterintuitive, understanding of South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s legal, political, and cultural heritage

Dying Inside

The HIV/AIDS Ward at Limestone Prison

A graphic exposé of the inhumane treatment of HIV-positive inmates in U.S. prisons