Nbr. 6, January 2006
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- Are workers rights human rights and would it matter if they were?
- The limits of intervention--humanitarian or otherwise.
- Religion, politics and human rights: understanding the role of Christianity in the promotion of human rights.
- How to recapture human rights within the political: validating the discourse theory approach.
- The profit motive: can corporate networks be an effective conduit for improving worker rights?
- In plain sight? Human trafficking and research challenges.
- Learning from practice: reframing the scholarly dialogue on children's rights and sexuality.
- Synthesis v. purity and large-N studies: how might we assess the gap between promise and performance?
- Addressing the gaps--promise and performance, synthesis and purity, large-N and small-N: a response to Moore.
- Polemics in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
- Examining the declining utility of military force.
- Contending interventions: coming to terms with the practice and process of enforcing compliance.
- Globalization and the construction of universal human rights.
- The promise and peril of public anthropology.
- Adolf Eichmann: understanding evil in form and content.
- Escaping the cultural context of human rights.
- Beyond power politics: international law and human rights discourse in the post-9/11 world.