17 Buff. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/bufhr17 and id is 1 raw text is: BUFFALO HUMAN RIGHTS
LAW REVIEW
VOLUME 17                                              2011
Table of Contents
Foreword:
Melissa C. George .  ........................... xi
The 2010-2011 Mitchell Lecture:
THE ORIGINS OF AFRICAN AMERICAN INTERESTS IN INTERNATIONAL
LAW
Henry J. Richardson III......................... I
Articles:
HUMAN TRAFFICKING FOR BEGGING
Iveta Cherneva    .............................. 25
CATCH-22: THE ROLE OF DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS IN
PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY IN LAND LAW - LESSONS LEARNED
IN POST-CONFLICT PLURALIST AFRICA
Amrita Kapur      ............................... 75
GLOBAL LAWS, LOCAL LIVES: IMPACT OF THE NEW REGIONALISM
ON HUMAN RIGHTS COMPLIANCE
Stephen Joseph Powell and Patricia Camino Pdrez... 117
SAMANTAR v. YousuF RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAWS
GOVERNING CIVIL TORTURE CLAIMS IN U.S. COURTS
Solomon B. Shinerock... .................... 155
Comment:
DEATH TO GAYS! UGANDA'S 'ONE STEP FORWARD, ONE STEP
BACK' APPROACH TO HUMAN RIGHTS
Tiffany M. Lebrn .    .......................... 173
Book Reviews:
YORAM DINSTEIN, THE CONDUCT OF HOSTILITIES UNDER THE LAW
OF INTERNATIONAL ARMED CONFLICT
Adam Hayes    ............................... 207
.STEPHEN HUMPHREYS, HUMAN RIGHTS AND CLIMATE CHANGE
Marc A. Schulz .................................... 213

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