30 Hum. Rts. Q. [i] (2008)

handle is hein.journals/hurq30 and id is 1 raw text is: HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY


Charles Rheaume
Rebecca Barlow &
Shahram Akbarzadeh
Magnus Killander
Stephen C. Angle
Bronwyn Leebaw
David E. Guinn
Fuisun Tirkmen

1 Western Scientists' Reaction
to Andrei Sakharov's Human
Rights Struggle in the Soviet
Union, 1968-1989
21 Prospects for Feminism in the
Islamic Republic of Iran
41 The African Peer Review
Mechanism and Human Rights:
The First Reviews and the Way
76 Human Rights and Harmony
95 The Irreconcilable Goals of
Transitional Justice
119 Defining the Problem of Traffick-
ing: The Interplay of US Law,
Donor, and NGO Engagement
and the Local Context in Latin
146 The European Union and the
Democratization in Turkey: The
Role of the Elites

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