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  1. Research

    Disasters and Displacement: Gaps in Protection

    Cohen, Roberta, and Megan Bradley. 2010. “Disasters and Displacement: Gaps in Protection.” Journal of International Humanitarian Legal Studies 1 (1): 95-142.

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    Topics: Displacement & Migration, Forced Migration, IDPs, Refugees, Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Disasters, Rights, Human Rights

  2. Research

    Contentious Pluralism: The Public Sphere and Democracy

    Guidry, John A., and Mark Q. Sawyer. 2003. “Contentious Pluralism: The Public Sphere and Democracy.” Perspectives on Politics 1 (2): 273–89.

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    Topics: Governance, Political Participation Regions: Americas, Central America, North America, South America, Europe, Northern Europe Countries: Argentina, Nicaragua, United Kingdom, United States of America

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    Beyond Retribution and Impunity: Responding to War Crimes of Sexual Violence

    Cahn, Naomi. 2004. “Beyond Retribution and Impunity: Responding to War Crimes of Sexual Violence.” Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Liberties: 217-70.

    Topics: Justice, Impunity, War Crimes, Sexual Violence

  4. Research

    Terror/Torture

    Bennoune, Karima. 2008. “Terror/Torture.” Berkeley Journal of International Law 26 (1): 1-61.

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    Topics: International Law, International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law IHL, Rights, Human Rights, Security, Human Security, Terrorism, Torture

  5. Research

    Conflict Early Warning: Warning Who?

    Barrs, Casey. 2006. "Conflict Early Warning: Warning Who?" Journal of Humanitarian Assistance: online.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Environmental Disasters, Humanitarian Assistance

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    War Rape: New Conceptualizations and Responses

    Farwell, Nancy. 2004. “War Rape: New Conceptualizations and Responses.” Affilia 19 (4): 389–403.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Sexual Violence, Rape Keywords: war, rape, sexual violence, gender relations, rape as a weapon of war

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    Securitizing Sex? Towards a Theory of the Utility of Wartime Sexual Violence

    Mackenzie, Megan. 2010. “Securitizing Sex? Towards a Theory of the Utility of Wartime Sexual Violence.” International Feminist Journal of Politics 12 (2): 202–21.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Security, Sexual Violence, SV against women Keywords: development, gender, post-conflict reconstruction, Securitization, sexual violence, Sierra Leone, war rape

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    The New Imperialism: Violence, Norms, and the 'Rule of Law'

    Brooks, Rosa Ehrenreich. 2002. “The New Imperialism: Violence, Norms, and the ‘Rule of Law.’” Michigan Law Review 101: 2275-340.

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    Topics: Governance, Justice, Post-Conflict, Violence

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    The Currency of Victimhood in Uncanny Homes: Queer Immigrants’ Claims for Home and Belonging Through Anti-Homophobic Organising

    Kuntsman, Adi. 2009. “The Currency of Victimhood in Uncanny Homes: Queer Immigrants’ Claims for Home and Belonging Through Anti-Homophobic Organising.” Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies 35 (1): 133–49.

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    Topics: LGBTQ, Nationalism, Religion, Sexuality Regions: MENA, Asia, Middle East Countries: Israel

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    Child Soldiers, Peace Education, and Postconflict Reconstruction for Peace

    Wessells, Michael. 2005. “Child Soldiers, Peace Education, and Postconflict Reconstruction for Peace.” Theory Into Practice 44 (4): 363-69.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, DDR, Education, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Peacebuilding, Post-Conflict, Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Terrorism, Violence Regions: Africa, West Africa Countries: Sierra Leone

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