Human Rights

Human Rights

Kenzaburo Oe
Art and Healing
Judith Herman
Psychological Insight and Political Understanding: The Case of Trauma and Recovery
Leon Wieseltier
Intellectual Odyssey
John Shattuck
Inching Forward: Human Rights Policy in the Clinton Administration
Gerald Nagler
The Human Rights Movement and the Helsinki Process
Ogata Sadako
Humanitarian Assistance
Mark Danner
Being a Writer
Pierre Sané
Human Rights Activism
Roy Gutman
Witness to Genocide
John Pomfret
Covering Human Rights
Richard Goldstone
Law and the Search for Justice
Brenda Hollis
War Crimes Prosecution
Kritaya Archavanitkul
Emerging Issues in Human Rights in Southeast Asia
Tom Segev
The Life and Work of Simon Wiesenthal
Stephen M. Schwebel
Reflections on a Career in International Law
Thomas J. Farer
U.S. Foreign Policy in the Third World: Problems of Human Rights
Hernán Reyes
Negotiating Prisoners' Rights
Robert Jay Lifton
Evil, the Self, and Survival
Eric Stover
Human Rights Work
Natan Sharansky
Science, Faith, and Survival
Seyla Benhabib
Philosophic Iterations, Cosmopolitanism, and the 'Right to Rights'
Peter Neufeld
A Passion for Justice
Shari Eppel
Healing Community Trauma: Exhumation and Ritual in Zimbabwe
Juan Guzman
Confronting Chile's History
Stuart E. Eizenstat
Politics, Law, and the Search for 'Imperfect Justice
Barry Scheck
DNA and the Criminal Justice System
Harold Hongju Koh
Transnational Legal Process and World Order
David Rieff
Humanitarianism, the Human Rights Movement, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Akbar Ganji
Islam and Democracy
Shirin Ebadi
The Struggle for Human Rights in Iran
Wei Jingsheng
The Political Education of a Chinese Dissident
Thelton Henderson, Jr.
Lessons of the Civil Rights Movement
Wendy Ewald
The Innocent Eye
Albie Sachs
Suffering, Survival, and Transformation
Wole Soyinka
Writing and Political Activism
John Shattuck
Diplomacy and the Shaping of a Human Rights Agenda
Gilles Peress
Images, Reality, and the Curse of History
Tom Farer
Confronting Global Terrorism: The Elements of a Liberal Grand Strategy
Mark Danner
Truth, Power, and the Iraq Debacle
T.M. Scanlon
Freedom of Expression, Tolerance, and Human Rights
Gerald Nagler
The Human Rights Movement and the Helsinki Process
Philip Gourevitch
Reporting the Story of a Genocide
Tom Farer
International Law and Human Rights
William Haglund
Voices from the Grave
Philippe Sands
The Rumsfeld Memo and the Betrayal of American Values
Mark Danner
The Red Cross Report, the Torture Memos, and Political Accountability
Jeremy Waldron
Dignity, Human Rights, and Torture
Judge Shelton Henderson
Lessons of the Civil Rights Movement