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Some Unanswered Questions from the Posner-Roth Debate

By Martin Edwards [Crossposted from Permanent Observer] A recent exchange between Eric Posner and Kenneth Roth in the New York Times on the effectiveness of international human rights treaties underscores a desperate need for more theory and more evidence about … Continue reading

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World Bank scolded on human rights

By David Bosco A few days ago, a group of United Nations human rights experts released a quite unusual letter that sharply criticized the World Bank for its treatment of human rights. More than two dozen UN special rapporteurs and … Continue reading

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