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Human Rights Quarterly - Volume 42, Number 4, November 2020

Human Rights Quarterly – Volume 42, Number 4, November 2020

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Human Rights Quarterly

Volume 42, Number 4, November 2020

ISSN: 0275-0392

Human Rights Quarterly (HRQ) is widely recognized as the leader in the field of human rights. For more than a quarter of a century, HRQ has published articles by experts from around the world writing for the specialist and non-specialist alike. The Quarterly provides up-to-date information on important developments within the United Nations and regional human rights organizations, both governmental and non-governmental. It presents current work in human rights research and policy analysis, reviews of related books, and philosophical essays probing the fundamental nature of human rights as defined by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. HRQ has been nominated for the prestigious National Magazine Award for reporting.


Historical Trends of Human Rights Gone Criminal
Mattia Pinto

Transforming the UN Human Rights Treaty System: A Realistic Appraisal
Suzanne Egan

“Migrating Recognition” or “Constitutionalism Reversed”: Relating Andean Plurinational Constitutionalism and European Integration Politics
Jessika Eichler

Charles H. Malik and Religious Freedom: The Influence of Biography on Malik’s Contributions to the Drafting of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
W. Kathy Tannous, Alicia Gaffney

Sexuality Education and International Standards: Insisting Upon Children’s Rights
Aoife Daly, Catherine O’ Sullivan

The Contentious Politics of Labor Rights as Human Rights: Lessons from the Implementation of Domestic Workers Rights in the Philippines
Lorenza B. Fontana

Revising the “Hibernation” Narrative: Technocratic Legal Experts and the Cold War Origins of the “Justice Cascade”
Mark S. Berlin

Is Religion Really the Enemy of Human Rights? A Reply to Cingranelli and Kalmick
Wade M. Cole, Gaëlle Perrier

Yes, Societal Religiosity and Muslim Governments Threaten Human Rights
David L. Cingranelli, Carl Kalmick

The Torture Doctors: Human Rights Crimes and the Road to Justice by Steven H. Miles (review)
Derek Summerfield

International Human Rights by Jack Donnelly & Daniel J. Whelan (review)
Sarita Cargas

U.S. Foreign Policy and Muslim Women’s Human Rights by Kelly J. Shannon (review)
Sarah B. Snyder

Children’s Rights and Business: Governing Obligations and Responsibility by Gamze Erdem Türkelli (review)
Mark Gibney

In This Land of Plenty: Mickey Leland and Africa in American Politics by Benjamin Talton (review)
Charles Henry

Borderland Battles: Violence, Crime, and Governance at the Edges of Colombia’s War by Annette Idler (review)
Marina Brilman

Nonviolence Both as an Ethical Obligation and a “Realistic” Practice Against Hegemony: Critical Review of Butler
Dersu Ekim Tanca

Intermittences: Memory, Justice, & the Poetics of the Visible in Uruguay by Ana Forcinito (review)
Inela Selimović

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