A Political and Literary Forum
We cannot simply put the past behind us. The framework of transitional justice offers a promising path forward.
How military intervention became the norm.
The widening divide between America and Europe.
Carol S. Steiker
As politically tempting as the trade-off of immigrants’ liberties for our security may appear, we should resist it for reasons of principle, pragmatism, and self-interest.
A survivor of the embassy bombings on the limits of victim impact testimony.
Susan F. Hirsch
Rethinking race and imprisonment in twenty-first-century America.
The nine volumes under review here add much of value to the already burgeoning literature on the death penalty.
Hugo Adam Bedau
Can we reduce serious crime by punishing petty offenses?
Bernard E. Harcourt
Germany's most influential jurist of the authoritarian right wing.
William E. Scheuerman
What the Indian constitutional tradition can teach about sex equality.
Martha C. Nussbaum
How greater economic equality would promote public health.
Norman Daniels, Bruce Kennedy, Ichiro Kawachi
The difficult choices surrounding building searches, curfews, anti-loitering provisions, and the like should be made by the individuals with the biggest stake in them.
Tracey L. Meares, Dan M. Kahan
The former members of the Black Panthers is on death row.
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Andrew L. Croxford
Samuel Miller McDonald
C. P. Chandrasekhar, Jayati Ghosh
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
David McDermott Hughes
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