University of Pittsburgh

The justice cascade: how human rights prosecutions are changing world politics.

Over the past three decades, hundreds of government officials have gone from being immune to any accountability for their human rights violations to being the subjects of highly publicized trials. In this book,  Kathryn Sikkink brings to light the groundbreaking emergence of these human rights trials as a modern political tool that is changing the face of global politics.

ISBN: 9780393079937
PittCat: KZ7145.S55 2011

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