Item Description:Formerly CIP Uk. - Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-299) and index. - Machine generated contents note: -- Introduction -- PART I: PERSPECTIVES -- International Human Rights since 9/11: More Continuity than Change; J.Donnelly -- Why Human Rights will Prevail in the War on Terror; M.Winston -- Feminism(s) in International Human Rights Post 9/11; J.Mertus& T. Sajjad -- PART II: HUMAN RIGHTS DISCOURSES -- Reverting to Form: American Exceptionalism and International Human Rights; M.Goodhart -- Any Fallout from 9/11 for Russia? Continuity and Change in the Russian Federation's Human Rights Policies in the Fight Against Terror; L.Ma;lksoo -- PART III: CHANGE? TRANSATLANTIC RESPONSES TO 9/11 -- The High Price of American Exceptionalism: Comparing Torture by the United States and Europe after 9/11; J.Mayerfeld -- Europe's Human Rights Regime after 9/11: Human Rights versus Terrorism; A.Mihr -- Terror Blacklist on Trial: Smart Sanctions Challenged by Human Rights; P.Schneider -- Human Rights and Counterterrorism: The Case of the Netherlands; P.Baehr -- Caught in the Storm: Middle-Powers as Barometers for the West's Changing Attitudes towards Security and Human Rights after 9/11; Y.St. Pierre -- PART IV: CONTINUITY? GLOBAL TRENDS -- Transnational NGOs and Human Rights in a post 9/11 World; H.P.Schmitz -- Disaggregating the Effects of 9/11 on NGOs; L.Barrett -- Business as New Actors in the Human Rights Regime; B.Hamm -- Conclusion
Physical Description:XIV, 308 S. 23 cm