Monday, February 15, 2016

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 38, no. 1, February 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Todd Landman, Rigorous Morality: Norms, Values, and the Comparative Politics of Human Rights
  • Başak Çali, Nazila Ghanea, & Benjamin Jones, Big Promises, Small Gains: Domestic Effects of Human Rights Treaty Ratification in the Member States of the Gulf Cooperation Council
  • Jeffrey Davis, Uncloaking Secrecy: International Human Rights Law in Terrorism Cases
  • Petrice R. Flowers, International Human Rights Norms in Japan
  • Tom Farer & Frederic Bernard, Killing by Drone: Towards Uneasy Reconciliation with the Values of a Liberal State
  • Elizabeth Baisley, Reaching the Tipping Point?: Emerging International Human Rights Norms Pertaining to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
  • Rosa Freedman & Jacob Mchangama, Expanding or Diluting Human Rights?: The Proliferation of United Nations Special Procedures Mandates
  • Joseph Weber & Linjun Fan, How Chinese Journalism Students View Domestic and Foreign Media: A Survey on Credibility, Censorship, and the Role of the Communist Party in Media
  • Ron Haviv, Photojournalist Ron Haviv’s Response to Martin Lukk and Keith Doubt: Bearing Witness and the Limits of War Photojournalism: Ron Haviv in Bijeljina
  • Martin Lukk & Keith Doubt, Response to Ron Haviv