international human rights Archive

  •   “On the Politics of Human Rights and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka: From Evenhandedness to a Politics of Neither/Nor”   Alan Keenan is the international Crisis Group’s Sri Lanka […] 0

    Alan Keenan

      “On the Politics of Human Rights and Conflict Resolution in Sri Lanka: From Evenhandedness to a Politics of Neither/Nor”   Alan Keenan is the international Crisis Group’s Sri Lanka […]

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  •   “Sudan: Is Peace Possible?”   Suliman Baldo is a widely recognized expert on conflict resolution, emergency relief, development, and human rights in Africa and on international advocacy around these […] 0

    Suliman Baldo, Anders Hastrup, and Regala Musharaf

      “Sudan: Is Peace Possible?”   Suliman Baldo is a widely recognized expert on conflict resolution, emergency relief, development, and human rights in Africa and on international advocacy around these […]

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  •   “Facing Death in Cambodia”   Peter Maguire, author of the newly published book of the same name, discussed the Cambodian genocide 30 years later, with Meng-Try Ea and Vannak […] 0

    Peter Maguire

      “Facing Death in Cambodia”   Peter Maguire, author of the newly published book of the same name, discussed the Cambodian genocide 30 years later, with Meng-Try Ea and Vannak […]

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  •   “Bhopal Disaster”   Ryan Bodanyi began the Evans School Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management program in 2010. As the founder and Executive Director of Students for Bhopal, Bodanyi […] 0

    Ryan Bodanyi

      “Bhopal Disaster”   Ryan Bodanyi began the Evans School Ph.D. in Public Policy and Management program in 2010. As the founder and Executive Director of Students for Bhopal, Bodanyi […]

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  •   “Temporary Facts, Flexible Lines: The Architecture of Israeli Occupation”   Eyal Weizman is a tough, smart, controversial Israeli architect and theorist whose work explores the political struggle in the […] 0

    Eyal Weizman

      “Temporary Facts, Flexible Lines: The Architecture of Israeli Occupation”   Eyal Weizman is a tough, smart, controversial Israeli architect and theorist whose work explores the political struggle in the […]

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  •   “Breakdown in the Gray Room: The Images from Abu Ghraib”   David Levi Strauss is a writer and critic in New York, where his essays and reviews appear regularly […] 0

    David Levi Strauss

      “Breakdown in the Gray Room: The Images from Abu Ghraib”   David Levi Strauss is a writer and critic in New York, where his essays and reviews appear regularly […]

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  •   Sathyu Sarangi, founder of the Bhopal Group for Information and Action and administrator at the Sambhavna Clinic and Research Center, is probably the most important activist and advocate internationally for […] 0

    Satinath (Sathyu) Sarangi

      Sathyu Sarangi, founder of the Bhopal Group for Information and Action and administrator at the Sambhavna Clinic and Research Center, is probably the most important activist and advocate internationally for […]

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  •   “The Persistence of the Palestine Question”   Joseph Massad teaches and writes about modern Arab politics and intellectual history at Columbia University. He has a particular interest in theories […] 0

    Joseph Massad

      “The Persistence of the Palestine Question”   Joseph Massad teaches and writes about modern Arab politics and intellectual history at Columbia University. He has a particular interest in theories […]

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  •   “From the National to the Global and Back? The Role of the United Nations as a Supranational Institution”   Jonathan Schell is Peace and Disarmament Correspondent at The Nation, […] 0

    Jonathan Schell

      “From the National to the Global and Back? The Role of the United Nations as a Supranational Institution”   Jonathan Schell is Peace and Disarmament Correspondent at The Nation, […]

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  •   “Screening of the documentary Following Antigone”   Mimi Doretti is a co-founder of the Equipo Argentino de Antropologia Forense (E.A.A.F), an organization that applies forensic science to human rights investigations […] 0

    Mercedes (Mimi) Doretti’s Following Antigone

      “Screening of the documentary Following Antigone”   Mimi Doretti is a co-founder of the Equipo Argentino de Antropologia Forense (E.A.A.F), an organization that applies forensic science to human rights investigations […]

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