Friday, November 11, 2016

New Issue: Human Rights Quarterly

The latest issue of the Human Rights Quarterly (Vol. 38, no. 4, November 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Tom Farer, I Cried for You, Argentina
  • Jessica Montell, Learning from What Works: Strategic Analysis of the Achievements of the Israel-Palestine Human Rights Community
  • Nadya Nedelsky, “The Struggle for the Memory of the Nation”: Post-Communist Slovakia and Its World War II Past
  • Lara Stemple, Portia Karegeya, & Sofia Gruskin, Human Rights, Gender, and Infectious Disease: From HIV/AIDS to Ebola
  • Susannah Willcox, Climate Change Inundation, Self-Determination, and Atoll Island States
  • Andreas Schedler, The Criminal Community of Victims and Perpetrators: Cognitive Foundations of Citizen Detachment from Organized Violence in Mexico
  • Wayne Sandholtz, United States Military Assistance and Human Rights
  • Linda Cornett, Peter Haschke, & Mark Gibney, Introduction to the Societal Violence Scale: Physical Integrity Rights Violations and Nonstate Actors
  • Tom Pegram & Katerina Linos, Architects of Their Own Making: National Human Rights Institutions and the United Nations