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12 Hum. Rts. Brief [i] (2004-2005)

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Center for Human Rights
In This Issue
Trivializing Torture: The Office of Legal Counsel's
2002 Opinion Letter and International Law Against Torture
Human Rights for All Workers: The Emergence of
Protections for Unauthorized Workers in the Inter-American
Human Rights System
Never Again, Again: Darfur, the Genocide Convention,
and the Duty to Prevent Genocide
Sosa v. Alvarez-Machain: Upholding the Alien Tort Claims Act
while Affirming American Exceptionalism
The Trend Toward the Criminalization and Detention
of Asylum Seekers
Ethnic Conflict in Plateau State: The Need to Eliminate
the Indigene/Settler Dichotomy in Nigeria
The Participation of Afghan Women in
the Reconstruction Process

Volume 12, Issue I (Fall 2004)

and Humanitarian Law

Directors of the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Hadar Harris, Executive Director
Robert Goldman Claudio Grossman Diane Orentlicher Herman Schwartz Richard J. Wilson

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