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Title Effective strategies for protecting human rights : economic sanctions, use of national courts and international fora and coercive power / edited by David Barnhizer.
Imprint Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate/Dartmouth, [2001]

 MUSKINGUM STACKS  JC571 .E43 2001  v.1    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM STACKS  JC571 .E43 2001  v.1    AVAILABLE  
Series Law, justice, and power
Law, justice, and power.
Subject Human rights.
Sanctions (International law)
International courts.
Alt Name Barnhizer, David, 1944-
Description xv, 278 pages ; 23 cm.
Local Note MUSKINGUM: Muskingum Author
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 0754622010
OCLC # 48570049
Table of Contents
 Notes on the Authors 
1Human Rights as a Strategic System / David Barnhizer1
2Human Rights Priorities and Responsibilities for Citizens / Noam Chomsky25
3Torture in the U.S. - Connecting International Human Rights Standards to Abuse in American Prisons / Bonnie Kerness41
4Tactical Innovations for Human Rights / Douglas A. Johnson, Kate Kelsch49
5The Bureau des Avocats Internationaux, a Victim-Centered Approach / Brian Concannon, Jr.61
6Toward a More Responsive Sovereignty; Confronting Human Rights Violations through National Reconstruction / Jennifer Moore71
7Protecting Civilians in Conflict and Post-Conflict Reconstruction / Kate Robertson79
8Babe Politics and the Victim Subject: Negotiating Agency in Women's Human Rights / Ratna Kapur85
9Human Rights and the Future of International Politics: "Realism" and Global Humanism / Robert Charlick95
10A Different Look at Sovereignty / Anthony D'Amato101
11International Jurisdiction and Prosecutorial Crimes / Richard J. Goldstone113
12Coping with Chaos while Acting Justly: Lessons from Rwanda / David Rawson125
13The United States' Approach to International Human Rights Law / David Weissbrodt135
14Prosecuting Violations of Human Rights in U.S. Courts: A Primer for the Justice Department on the Convention against Torture / William J. Aceves147
15Why the International Criminal Court Should Have Jurisdiction Over Contemporary Forms of Slavery / James G. Wilson175
16Will History Repeat Itself? Case Studies of Systemic Constraints on Defense Counsel in Historic International War Crimes Trials and the Need for Resource Parity / Richard J. Wilson187
17The (Al)lure of the Genocide Trial: Justice, Reconciliation, and Reconstruction in Rwanda / Mark Drumbl217
18The Rights of Indigenous Peoples to a Healthy Environment and Use of Natural Resources under International Human Rights Law / Bradford C. Mank235
19Civil Remedies for Gross Human Rights Violations / Michael Ratner249
20Holding Multinational Corporations Accountable for Human and Environmental Rights Abuses / Richard Herz263

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