Sunday, November 11, 2007

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 29, no. 4, November 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • Javaid Rehman, "War on Terror" and the Future of Muslim Minorities in the United Kingdom: Dilemmas of Multi-Culturalism in the Aftermath of the London Bombings
  • Robert Gabor Horvath, The Solzhenitsyn Effect: East European Dissidents and the Demise of the Revolutionary Privilege
  • Daniel J. Whelan & Jack Donnelly, The West, Economic and Social Rights, and the Global Human Rights Regime: Setting the Record Straight
  • Omar Encarnación, Democracy and Dirty Wars in Spain
  • Anja Mihr & Hans Peter Schmitz, Combating Apathy with Education: Developing Strategies for Sustainable Global Human Rights Promotion
  • Louis Bickford, Unofficial Truth Projects
  • Julie Mertus, The Rejection of Human Rights Framings: The Case of LGBT Advocacy in the United States
  • Linda Camp Keith & Ayo Ogundele, Legal Systems and Constitutionalism in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Empirical Examination of Colonial Influences on Human Rights
  • Jasmin Habib, Both Sides Now: Reflections on the Israel/Palestine Conflict