Vol. 16, No. 1 (1989)
In this issue of Social Justice, leading intellectuals and activists from the U.S., Europe, Latin America, and Asia explore the ideological and practical evolution of individual human rights in relationship to the collective rights of peoples and other key issues. Among the contributors are Richard Falk, respected authority on U.S. foreign policy and international law; Uruguayan historian and writer Eduardo Galeano; Pablo González Casanova, one of Latin America's most eminent sociologists; Louis Joinet, French judge and former adviser to Prime Minister Mauroy; Japanese antimilitarism activist Oda Makoto; Italian magistrate Salvatore Senese; and Theo van Boven, former director of the U.N. Human Rights Division in Geneva.