Do Global Publics View Human Rights Organizations as Handmaidens of the United States?
David Crow and James Ron look at how global publics view the relationship between human rights organizations and the U.S. government. They argue that ordinary people across various world regions do not perceive human rights groups as “handmaidens” of U.S. foreign policy.
The Reluctant Superpower: United States' Policy in Bosnia, 1991-95, Wayne Bert Reviewed by James Ron
Human Rights in the West Bank and Gaza: Legacy and Politics, Ilan Peleg Reviewed by James Ron
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