Tuesday, February 5, 2008

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 30, no. 1, February 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Charles Rhéaume, Western Scientists' Reaction to Andrei Sakharov's Human Rights Struggle in the Soviet Union, 1968-1989
  • Rebecca Barlow & Shahram Akbarzadeh, Prospects for Feminism in the Islamic Republic of Iran
  • Magnus Killander, The African Peer Review Mechanism and Human Rights: The First Reviews and the Way Forward
  • Stephen C. Angle, Human Rights and Hegemony
  • Bronwyn Leebaw, The Irreconcilable Goals of Transitional Justice
  • David E. Guinn, Defining the Problem of Trafficking: The Interplay of US Law, Donor, and NGO Engagement and the Local Context in Latin America
  • Füsun Türkmen, The European Union and the Democratization of Turkey: The Role of Elites
  • Martin Donohoe, Flowers, Diamonds, and Gold: The Destructive Public Health, Human Rights, and Environmental Consequences of Symbols of Love
  • Michael Goodhart, Neither Relative nor Universal: A Response to Donnelly
  • Jack Donnelly, Human Rights: Both Universal and Relative (A Reply to Michael Goodhart)