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Readership: Scholars and graduate students of human rights, global justice, conflict resolution, international studies, African politics, statebuilding, peacebuilding.
Adam Branch, Assistant Professor of Political Science, San Diego State University
"While there is other literature looking at the negative/unintended consequences of international human rights action, what Branch brings to the table is a breadth of analysis while simultaneously focusing on Ugandaa welcome contribution, given the lack of work in the area on Uganda." - Kurt Mills, Human Rights Review
1. Human Rights Intervention in Africa
2. The Politics of Violence in Acholiland
3. Relief Aid, Violence, and the Camp
4. Peacebuilding and Social Order
5. Ethnojustice: The Turn to Culture
6. The ICC and Human Rights Enforcement
7. AFRICOM: Militarizing Peace
8. Beyond Intervention