19 Mennesker og Rettigheter 1 (2001)

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Innhald


KOMMENTAR
Fredrik Barth

ARTIKLAR
Astri Suhrke
Bernt Hagtvet
Pål Kolstø
Iver B. Neumann og
Brynjulf Risnes
Kirsten Hastrup
Jørgen Aall
Andreas Føllesdal

BOKESSAYS
Jan Hjårpe
Tore Lindholm

BOKMELDINGAR
Pål Bakka

Henrik Døcker


Jan Erik Grindheim

Bjørn Johannessen
Lars Petter Soltvedt

Ulf Sverdrup


Kultur og menneskerettigheter


Ondskap og FN-politikk
Det totalitære samfunn
Russland - ikke bare Moskva

Russland - et skritt tilbake
Metodiske udfordringer
Metodiske utfordringer for menneskerettsforskeren
Menneskerettigheter og normativ politisk teori


Islamisk demokrati?
Menneskerett og kommunikativ makt


John R. Lott, Jr., More guns, less crime.
Understanding crime and gun-control laws
Sten Harck, Nationale mindretal i europæisk perspektiv:
En analyse af Europarådets rammekonvention
om beskyttelse af nationale mindretal
Brigid Laffan, Rory O'Donnell og Michael Smith,
Europe's Experimental Union - Rethinking Integration
Human Development Report 2000
David P. Forsythe (ed), Human Rights and Comparative
Foreign Policy
Susan Marks, The Riddle of All Constitutions -
International Law, Democracy and the Critique of Ideology


BOKOMTALAR
ENGLISH SUMMARY
FORFATTARAR
DOMMER FRA DEN EUROPEISKE MENNESKERETTIGHETSDOMSTOLEN
AVGJØRELSER FRA INTERNASJONAL STRAFFERETTSPLEIE

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