Myanmar or Burma: Can the West Help?

 Terrorism and Human Rights

 Foreign Policy and Human Rights

 International Development and Foreign Policy

 Reparations and Prosthetics

Does God Believe in Human Rights?

How to Complain to the UN Human Rights Treaty System

For the Sake of Humanity

The Changing Face of Religion and Human Rights

Current Issues in Human Rights and International Law

Reparations for Victims of Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity

Racism and Human Rights

Words into Action


Maternal Mortality, Human Rights and Accountability


In Autumn 2007, a team of distinguished speakers came together under the auspices of The Clemens Nathan Research Centre to discuss and present papers on the issue of International Development and Foreign Policy.  With a keynote address by Professor Paul Collier, the interdisciplinary panel brought all their expertise to bear on this important and timely subject.  This book brings together all the conference papers in one accessible volume.  Also included is the Leslie Prince Memorial Lecture of the Anglo-Jewish Association given by General Sir Rupert Smith, and a lecture given by Rolf Ekéus to the CCJO on the subject of preventing conflict.

The papers in this volume are now part of the book Current Issues in Human Rights and International Relations, published by Martinus Nijhoff