49 Va. J. Int'l L. 1 (2008-2009)
The Human Rights Quagmire of Human Trafficking

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Human Trafficking
JAMES C. HATHAWAY
Introduction  ..............................................................................................  1
I.     Unjustifiable   Privileging  ...........................................................  7
II.    Institutional Atrophy Unaddressed ........................................... 15
III.   Pretext for the Globalization of Border Control ...................... 25
IV.    Shoring Up the Deterrence of Refugees ................................... 35
V.     Why Were the Nongovernmental Voices Silent? .................... 42
VI.    The Need to Avoid Partiality ................................................. 46
VII.   Mainstreaming Heightened the Risk .................................... 54
C onclusion  ........................................................................................ . . 57
INTRODUCTION
Support for the international fight against human trafficking
evolved quickly and comprehensively. The campaign launched by the
UN General Assembly in December 19981 led to adoption just two
* Dean and William Heam Professor, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne; pre-
viously James E. and Sarah A. Degan Professor of Law, University of Michigan. The author ac-
knowledges the helpful comments of Philip Alston, Laura Beny, Evan Caminker, Tino Cuellar,
Khalid Koser, Christopher McCrudden, Smita Narula, Dianne Otto, Marc Spindelman, Jayashri
Srikantiah, Eric Stein, Alan Sykes, Miriam Ticktin, and Ralph Wilde. I have also benefited from
exchanges with participants in the Institute for International Law and Justice Colloquium at the
New York University School of Law, in the International Law Workshops at each of the Univer-
sity of Michigan and Stanford Law Schools, and particularly from the able research assistance of
Malak Hamwi. This project would not have been possible without the research support of the
University of Michigan Law Library, coordinated by Faculty Services Librarian Jocelyn Ken-
nedy.
1. G.A. Res. 53/111, U.N. GAOR, 53d Sess., 85th plen. mtg., U.N. Doc. AJRES/53/111 (Jan.

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