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Articles from Yale Human Rights and Development Law Journal (January 1, 2002)

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Dealing with witnesses in war crime trials: lessons from the Yugoslave tribunal. Wald, Patricia M. 11538
From laggard to leader: Canadian lessons on a role for U.S. states in making and implementing human rights treaties. Bell, Koren L. 17740
Globalizing decency: responsible engagement in an era of economic integration. Forcese, Craig 26797
Microcredit: fulfilling or belying the universalist morality of globalizing markets? Anderson, Kenneth 19637
Pursuing the path of indigenization in the era of emergent international law governing the rights of indigenous peoples. Porter, Robert B. 25961
Reclaiming humanity: economic, social, and cultural rights as the cornerstone of African human rights. Agbakwa, Shedrack C. 21739
When intent makes all the difference in the world: economic sanctions on Iraq and the accusation of genocide. Gordon, Joy 12850
Wiwa v. Royal Dutch Petroleum Co.: a new standard for the enforcement of international law in U.S. courts? Fellmeth, Aaron Xavier 7150

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