Volume 4 Issue 1 November 2016
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The Status of Human Rights Protection in Europe: It’s Complicated
Jen Neller, in conversation with Dr Sonia Morano-Foadi
Legal Right and Personhood in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit
Securitising the Desert: An Analysis of Counterterrorism Operations Impacts in New Theatres, Gaps, Shortcomings and Recommendations for Change
Women and Citizenship in Sudan and South Sudan: A Comparative Analysis
Human Rights in the Lion’s Den: Law, Politics, Policy and Witness Protection in Rio de Janeiro
Marcus VAB de Matos and Andrea Sepúlveda
The Recognition of Refugees Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in the UK: An Overview of Law and Procedure
Who Let the Dogs Out?! A Review of Colin Dayan’s The Law is a White Dog