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Drones and Targeted Killing in the Middle East and Africa: An Appraisal of American Counterterrorism Policies
Christine Sixta Rinehart
December 2016
Region: Global
Civil Society
Conflict
Technology
The Understated Ugly Side of Police-Citizen Encounters: Situation, Suspect, Officer, Decision-Making and Force Predictors of Officer Injuries
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
October 2016
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
The State and Society
Too Much or Too Little? Individual and Situational Predictors of Police Force Relative to Suspect Resistance
Geoffrey Alpert (Co-Authored)
September 2016
Region: Global
Criminal Justice
The State and Society
Exploring the Relationship between the Rule of Law and Violent Extremism in the Middle East: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
July 28, 2016
Region: Middle East and North Africa
Civil Society
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Criminal Justice
Development
Economics
Education
Human Rights
Legal Reform
Religion
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Media Portrayals of Low German Mennonite “Ghost Rapes” Challenge the Bolivian Plurinational State
Rebecca Janzen
May 2016
Region: Western Hemisphere
Comparative Perspectives
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
Crossing Boundaries: National Efforts to Apply Media Law Across Borders
Eric P. Robinson
2016
Region: Global
Development
Information
Methodology
Technology
Initial Reflections on and Interdisciplinary Approach to Rule of Law Studies
Aparna Polavarapu and Joel Samuels
2015
Region: Global
Methodology
Enduring Prosperity and the Rule of Law for the Northern Triangle: Symposium Final Report
Kiel Downey
December 31, 2015
Region: Western Hemisphere
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Criminal Justice
Development
Economics
Human Rights
Legal Reform
Migration
The State and Society
Vulnerable Populations
A Global Measure of Judicial Independence, 1948–2012
Drew A. Linzer & Jeffrey K. Staton
Fall 2015
Region: Global
Civil Society
Comparative Perspectives
Conflict
Development
Historical Perspectives
Information
Legal Reform
Legal Systems
Methodology
Transitional Justice
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