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How Can Schools Promote Rule of Law Norms in Transitioning Societies? Lessons from Post-Communist Europe
E. Doyle Stevick
April 2019
Region: Europe and Eurasia
Comparative Perspectives
Education
Historical Perspectives
The State and Society
How Does Education about the Holocaust Advance Global Citizenship Education?
Doyle Stevick
December 2017
Region: Global
Education
Historical Perspectives
The Raging Storm: A Reporter’s Inside Account of the Northern Uganda War 1986-2005
Caroline Lamwaka, edited by Ronald Atkinson
2016
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Conflict
Environment
Historical Perspectives
Human Rights
The State and Society
Transitional Justice
Vulnerable Populations
The National Body in Mexican Literature: Collective Challenges to Biopolitical Control
Rebecca Janzen (co-authored)
2015
Region: Western Hemisphere
Historical Perspectives
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Calm Between the Storms? Patterns of Political Violence in Somalia, 1950-1980
Kenneth Menkhaus
August 22, 2014
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Conflict
Historical Perspectives
Legitimacy, Legal Development & Change: Law & Modernization Reconsidered
David Linnan
2012
Region: Global
Historical Perspectives
Legal Systems
Access to Information in Uganda: An Examination Of Recent Developments
Dick Kawooya
2006
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Historical Perspectives
Information
The Relationship Between Independence and Judicial Review in Post-Communist Courts
Kirk Randazzo
May 2003
Region: Global
Historical Perspectives
Legal Systems
Principled Principals in the Founding Moments of the Rule of Law
Brad Epperly
February 7, 2008
Region: Global
Comparative Perspectives
Historical Perspectives
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