Posts Tagged: repression

Stephen, Lynn. “Testimony and Human Rights Violation in Oaxaca.” Latin American Perspectives 38, 6(2011): 52-68. Accessed April 15, 2015.

In the article, “Testimony and Human Rights Violations in Oaxaca,” the author, Stephen tries to highlight the importance of testimonies. She argues that testimonies are an important instrument for recording human rights violations and attaining political and legal credibility. Testimonies

Stephen, Lynn. “Testimony and Human Rights Violation in Oaxaca.” Latin American Perspectives 38, 6(2011): 52-68. Accessed April 15, 2015.

In the article, “Testimony and Human Rights Violations in Oaxaca,” the author, Stephen tries to highlight the importance of testimonies. She argues that testimonies are an important instrument for recording human rights violations and attaining political and legal credibility. Testimonies

Bartilow, Horace A. “Drug Wars Collateral Damage: US Counternarcotic Aid and Human Rights in the Americas.”

In order for a state to receive US economic aid in fighting its war on drugs they must have preexisting laws on protecting human rights. However, the author argues that there is a collateral damage effect. The collateral damage narrative

Bartilow, Horace A. “Drug Wars Collateral Damage: US Counternarcotic Aid and Human Rights in the Americas.”

In order for a state to receive US economic aid in fighting its war on drugs they must have preexisting laws on protecting human rights. However, the author argues that there is a collateral damage effect. The collateral damage narrative