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Policing Post-War Iraq: Insurgency, Civilian Police, and the Reconstruction of Society
Mathieu Deflem
November 2006
Region: Middle East and North Africa
Civil Society
Conflict
Europol and the Policing of International Terrorism: Counter-Terrorism in a Global Perspective
Mathieu Deflem
September 2006
Region: Europe and Eurasia
Comparative Perspectives
Principled Principals in the Founding Moments of the Rule of Law
Brad Epperly
February 7, 2008
Region: Global
Comparative Perspectives
Historical Perspectives
Social Control and the Policing of Terrorism: Foundations for a Sociology of Counter-Terrorism
Mathieu Deflem
June 2004
Region: Global
Introduction: What We Know and Need to Know About the State of “Access to Justice” Research
Elizabeth Chambliss
2016
Region: Global
Legal Systems
Corruption and NGO Sustainability in Postcommunist Europe
Brad Epperly
2015
Region: Europe and Eurasia
Comparative Perspectives
Economics
Development and the ‘Right to Have Rights’ in Intra-African Refugee Resettlement
Breanne Grace
2013
Region: Sub-Saharan Africa
Human Rights
Migration
Vulnerable Populations
Taking International Law at Its Word and Its Spirit: Re-envisioning Responsibility to Protect as a Binding Principle of International Law
Tessa Davis
2011
Region: Global
Comparative Perspectives
Human Rights
The State and Society
Lost in Doctrine: Particular Social Group, Child Soldiers and the Failure of US Asylum Law to Protect Exploited Children
Tessa Davis
2011
Region: Western Hemisphere
Migration
Vulnerable Populations
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