2 Interdisc. J. Hum. Rts. L. [i] (2007)

handle is hein.journals/ijhrl2 and id is 1 raw text is: INTERDISCIPLINARY
NJOURNAL OF
HUMAN RIGHTS LAW
Volume z     Number i     2007
ARTICLES
ISOLATIONISM EXPOSED:
THE EVOLUTION OF THE CRUEL, INHUMAN, AND DEGRADING
TREATMENT STANDARD IN THE UNITED STATES SINCE 2001
William Vidal
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FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN MULTILEVEL LEGAL SYSTEMS:
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN HUMAN RIGHTS PRACTICE
Clemens A. Mi/ler
COMMAND RESPONSIBILITY FOR OMISSION
WHEN THE MILITARY COMMANDER SHOULD HAVE KNOWN
Andrea Mateus-Rugeles
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THE RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT: DOES THE AFRICAN STAND-BY
FORCE NEED A DOCTRINE FOR THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS?
General Marko D. Chiziko
The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human Rights Law is a nonpartisan journal de-
voted to the study and analysis of issues in international human rights and is a
publication of the Council for American Students in International Negotiations.

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