Table of contents for Bait and switch? : human rights and U.S. foreign policy / by Julie Mertus.


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Acknowledgements
Chapter 1: All that Glitters.
	
Chapter 2: The Lingua Franca of Diplomacy? Human Rights and the Post-Cold 
War Presidencies
Chapter 3: The New Military Humanism? Human Rights and the U.S. Military
Chapter 4: Raising Expectations? Civil Society's Influence on Human Rights and 
U.S. Foreign Policy
Chapter 5: Conclusion: Bait and Switch?
Endnotes
List of Interviews
Bibliography
Index
Charts:
Table 1: Snapshot Comparisons of Presidencies on Human Rights (1988-2003) 
p. XXX (in Chapter 2)
Table 2: The U.S. Military's Incorporation of Human Rights
					p. XXX(in Chapter 3)
Table 3: Motivations: Civilian and Military Comparison
					p. XXX(in Chapter 4)
								
Table 4:Characteristic Trends of "Human Rights Civil Society"
					p. XXX(in Chapter 4)




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