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Ruskola T.  2008.  Colonialism without Colonies: On the Extraterritorial Jurisprudence of the U.S. Court for China. Law and Contemporary Social Problems. 71(3):217-42.
Coundouriotis E, Goodlad LME.  2010.  Comparative Human Rights: Literature, Art, Politics. Journal of Human Rights. 9:121-6.
Moretti F.  2000.  Conjectures on World Literature. New Left Review. 1
Rosenberg GN.  0.  Courting Disaster: Looking for Change in All the Wrong Places. Drake Law Review. 54:795-829.
Comay R.  2004.  Dead Right: Hegel and the Terror. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):375-95.
Li D.  2004.  Echoes of Violence: Considerations on Radio and Genocide in Rwanda. Journal of Genocide Research. 6(1)
Liu L, Liu J, Zhang Z.  2014.  Environmental Justice and Sustainability Impact Assessment: In Search of Solutions to Ethnic Conflicts Caused by Coal Mining in Inner Mongolia, China . sustainability. (6)
Benton L.  2008.  From International Law to Imperial Constitutions: The Problem of Quasi-Sovereignty, 1870-1900. Law and History Review. 26(3):595-619.
Žižek S.  2004.  From Politics to Biopolitics. . . and Back. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):501-21.
Li D.  2006.  The Gaza Strip as Laboratory: Notes in the Wake of Disengagement. Journal of Palestine Studies. XXXV(2)
Anderson C.  2008.  A ‘Hollow Mockery’: African Americans, White Supremacy, and the Development of Human Rights in the United States. BHRH. 1:75-94.
Colby E.  1927.  How to Fight Savage Tribes. American Journal of International Law. 21(2):279-88.
Wainaina B.  2005.  How to Write About Africa. Granta. 92
.  1996.  Human Rights in Peace Negotiations. Human Rights Quarterly. 18:249-58.
McClennen SA.  2007.  The Humanities, Human Rights, and the Comparative Imagination. Comparative Literature and Culture. 9(1)
Quiroga CMedina.  1997.  The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Reflections on a Joint Venture. Human Rights Quarterly. 12(4)
Huneeus A.  2013.  International Criminal Law by Other Means: The Quasi-criminal Jurisdiction of the Human Rights Courts. The American Journal of International Law. 107(1):43.
Kennedy D.  2002.  The International Human Rights Movement: Part of the Problem? Harvard Human Rights Journal. 15:101-25.
Chimni B.S..  2004.  International Institutions Today: An Imperial Global State in the Making. European Journal of International Law. 15(1):1-37.
Derrida J.  2004.  The Last of the Rogue States: The ‘‘Democracyto Come,’’ Opening in Two Turns. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):323-41.
Cavallaro JL, Schaffer EJ.  2004.  Less as More: Rethinking Supranational Litigation of Economic and Social Rights in the Americas. Hastings Law Journal. 56
Mamdani M.  2013.  The Logic of Nuremberg. London Review of Books. 35(21):33-4.
Keenan T.  2004.  Mobilizing Shame. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):435-49.
Brown W.  2004.  ‘‘The Most We Can Hope For...’’: Human Rights and the Politics of Fatalism. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):451-63.
Shields S.  2009.  Mosul, the Ottoman Legacy, and the League of Nations. International Journal of Contemporary Iraqi Studies . 3(2):217-30.

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