Nbr. 5, January 2002
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- Globalizing decency: responsible engagement in an era of economic integration.
- When intent makes all the difference in the world: economic sanctions on Iraq and the accusation of genocide.
- Microcredit: fulfilling or belying the universalist morality of globalizing markets?
- Pursuing the path of indigenization in the era of emergent international law governing the rights of indigenous peoples.
- Reclaiming humanity: economic, social, and cultural rights as the cornerstone of African human rights.
- Dealing with witnesses in war crime trials: lessons from the Yugoslave tribunal.
- Wiwa v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.: a new standard for the enforcement of international law in U.S. courts?
- From laggard to leader: Canadian lessons on a role for U.S. states in making and implementing human rights treaties.