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Ichiyo Muto

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

Redefine and Practice Our Peace, Our Security, If They Do Theirs Muto notes that globalization has posed a major challenge to peace movements that are focused primarily on the dangers of nuclear weapons, or those who define security in national terms. The concept of security is virtually synonymous with military security ...

Committee for Human Rights in Puerto Rico (Sponsor)

     Posted on: September 25, 2013

International Tribunal on Violation of Human Rights in Puerto Rico and Vieques by the United States of America In November 2000, the International Tribunal on Violation of Human Rights in Puerto Rico and Vieques by the United States. The Tribunal denounced US colonialism in Puerto Rico since the invasion and conquest ...

Human Rights, Gender Politics, and Postmodern Discourses, Vol. 26: 1, 1999

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Gregory Shank (coord.) Three themes stand out in this issue of Social Justice. The first is human rights violations as they apply within the U.S., in NATO's war in Kosovo, in Tibet, and vis-à-vis girl children and young women worldwide. The second centers on the contest over gender issues in social ...

Shadows of State Terrorism: Impunity in Latin America, Vol. 26: 4, 1999

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

J. Patrice McSherry and Raúl Molina Mejía, eds. On the cusp of the 21st century, the long shadows of state terrorism still haunt Latin America. For millions of people in the region, the memory of predator states that turned on their own citizens persists; for some, as in Colombia today, political ...

Gregory Shank

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Commentary: Not a Just War, Just a War -- NATO's Humanitarian Bombing Mission Shank's commentary examines the logic behind NATO's "humanitarian intervention" in Kosovo, which failed in terms of preventing a humanitarian disaster, but not in terms of reducing Yugoslavia's military and industrial capacities to rubble and reinvigorating the U.S. military-industrial ...

Rita Maran

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

International Human Rights in the U.S.: A Critique Rita Maran examines Amnesty International's (AI) campaign on the United States, which takes aim at the deep-seated, widespread pattern of human rights violations in the U.S.: police brutality and the prison system's widespread pattern of physical and sexual violence, as well as the ...

Aaron Dhir

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Tibetan Self-Determination and Human Rights: A Conversation with Eva Herzer, International Committee for Lawyers for Tibet Dhir interviews Eva Herzer, the president of the International Committee for Lawyers for Tibet. Herzer frankly assesses why China is roundly condemned for human rights violations and yet not a single government in the world ...

Saliwe Kawewe and Robert Dibie

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

United Nations and the Problem of Women and Children Abuse in Third World Nations Kawewe and Dibie argue that governments, the U.N., NGOs, parents, and human services professionals have failed to significantly curb the cruelty to children, especially the girl child and young women, practiced worldwide. Despite efforts by the United ...

Arif Dirlik

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Reflections on Postmodernity: Streetlife China Dirlik describes author Michael Dutton as the most gifted China analyst working today with poststructuralist methods and concepts. The current work, Streetlife China, contains a section on human rights abuses in China, with a focus less on heroic dissident voices being suppressed than on the desultory ...

Rosa del Olmo

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

The Development of Criminology in Latin America Rosa del Olmo discusses the origins of social theory in Latine and Central America and the legacy of critical criminology there. Del Olmo argues that Latin America's critical criminology discourse has advanced the study of, and concern for, human rights as the first priority. ...

Paz Rojas B.

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Impunity and the Inner History of Life Paz Rojas draws on medical, psychological, cultural, and social fields of knowledge in her study of the long-term effects of impunity in Chile. She analyzes the consequences of torture and impunity upon victims, their families, and the larger society. impunity, Chile -- political repression, human ...

Javier Giraldo, S.J.

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Corrupted Justice and the Schizophrenic State in Colombia Giraldo provides a first-hand account of the structures of impunity in Colombia, where major human rights violations are occurring under an elected civilian government. He analyzes some of the cases he was involved in during long years of human rights work, and employs ...

Raúl Molina Mejía

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

The Struggle Against Impunity in Guatemala Molina Mejía provides an analysis of the Guatemalan people's traumatic struggle to achieve justice and democracy over the past several decades, and assesses the impact of the Peace Accords and the two major historical reports on the internal armed conflict in that country. Peace Accords, Central ...

Juan E. Méndez and Javier Mariezcurrena

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Accountability for Past Human Rights Violations: Contributions of the Inter-American Organs of Protection Méndez and Mariezcurrena present a comprehensive analysis of the complex evolution of national and international law regarding impunity, with useful references to key countries' experiences. Central America -- political repression, human rights, Latin America -- political repression, state [the] ...

Helen Duffy

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Toward Eradicating Impunity: The Establishment of an International Criminal Court Duffy provides a supportive view of the International Criminal Court, arguing that it is a step forward in the struggle against impunity. genocide, impunity, international law, human rights, international criminal court, united nations, war -- war crimes Citation: Social Justice Vol. 26, No. ...

J. Patrice McSherry

     Posted on: September 28, 2013

Operation Condor: Clandestine Inter-American System McSherry analyzes Operation Condor, a shadowy counterinsurgency alliance among Latin American military regimes that shared extremist national security doctrines and ideologies during the Cold War era. These zero-sum doctrines and ideologies appear to have been an important determinant of state terrorism, as they dehumanized whole categories ...

Police Discreditable Conduct: Legislative Change Needed

     Posted on: October 2, 2013

by Sulaimon Giwa*   This is a time of fiscal austerity, when governments are cutting back their spending and asking Canadians to assume responsibility for the shortfall. Questions are being asked about how publicly funded institutions are being held accountable for how they manage the financial resources entrusted to them for the ...

Defending Rights and Just Futures in the Real World Order, Vol. 25: 2, 1998

     Posted on: December 11, 2013

Gregory Shank (coord.) This issue demonstrates the interplay between world-systems theory, radical criminology, and human and civil rights struggles. Contributions emphasize theoretical concerns and implications for praxis and policy. Overarching themes concern the need to formulate imaginative global and local alternatives that take into account the shifting sands of historical advances ...

Crossing Lines: Revisioning U.S. Race Relations, Vol. 25: 3, 1998

     Posted on: December 11, 2013

Elaine H. Kim, Susan Roberta Katz, and Anthony M. Platt, eds. This issue appears as the momentous changes of the last 20 years--the decline of the civil rights coalition, the demise of mass movements for social justice, the rise of New Right and neoliberal politics, the dramatically changing demographics of the ...

Joani Marinoff

     Posted on: December 13, 2013

There Is Enough Time: Rethinking the Process of Policy Development Joani Marinoff provides a critical view of how policy is usually developed without the input of those most affected. She analyzes the shortcomings of programs that do not give youth a central place at the policy-making table, while proposing criteria to ...

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