31 Hum. Rts. Q. [i] (2009)

handle is hein.journals/hurq31 and id is 1 raw text is: HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY
VOLUME 31, NUMBER 1
Contents

ARTICLES

Kimberly Theidon
Alejandro Anaya Mufioz

I Reconstructing Masculinities:
The Disarmament, Demobiliza-
tion and Reintegration of For-
mer Combatants in Colombia
35 Transnational and Domestic
Processes in the Definition
of Human Rights Policies in
Mexico

Owen Fiss    59 Within Reach of the State: Pros-
ecuting Atrocities in Africa

Claude E. Welch, Jr.
Adeno Addis
Laurel E. Fletcher
Harvey M. Weinstein
Jamie Rowen
Alex Kirkup &
Tony Evans
Daniel J. Whelan
Jack Donnelly

70 Defining Contemporary Forms of
Slavery: Updating a Venerable
NGO
129 Imagining the International
Community: The Constitutive
Dimension of Universal Juris-
diction
163 Context, Timing, and the Dy-
namics of Transitional Justice:
A Historical Perspective
221 The Myth of Western Opposi-
tion to Economic, Social, and
Cultural Rights? A Reply to
Whelan and Donnelly
239 Yes, A Myth: A Reply to Kirkup
and Evans

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