Table of contents for Human rights and conflict : exploring the links between rights, law, and peacebuilding / edited by Julie Mertus and Jeffrey W. Helsing.

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Contents
Foreword
Preface and Acknowledgments
Contributors
	Introduction: Exploring the Intersection between Human Rights and Conflict
Authors: Julie Mertus and Jeffrey W. Helsing 
Part I: The Role of Human Rights in Conflict Intensification
1. 	Understanding Human Rights Violations in Conflict
Author: Ellen L. Lutz
2. 	Human Rights: A Source of Conflict, State Making, and State Breaking 
Author: Michael Lund
3. 	Linking Human Rights and Conflict Transformation
Author: Lisa Schirch
4. 	Culture, Relativism, and Human Rights 
Author: Kevin Avruch
Commentator: Ram Manikkalingam
5. 	New Contours of an Ongoing Debate: Is There a "Right to Peace"?
	Authors: Abdul Aziz Said and Charles Lerche 
Commentator: Jack Donnelly
Part II: The Application of Human Rights in Armed Conflicts and other Violent Conflicts
6. 	Claiming a Humanitarian Imperative: NGOs and the Cultivation of Humanitarian Duty
 Author: Hugo Slim
 Commentator: Jonathan Moore
7. 	Humanitarian Intervention after Kosovo 
Author: Richard Falk 
Commentator: Thomas G. Weiss
8. 	Holding Military and Paramilitary Forces Accountable
Author: John Cerone
9. 	Human Rights, Terrorism, and Efforts to Combat Terrorism 
Author: Jordan Paust
Commentator: Dave Stewart
10. Human Rights Strategies in Zones of Conflict: The Israeli-Palestinian Case
Authors: Mohammed Abu-Nimer and Edy Kaufman
11. The Human Rights Dimensions of War in Iraq: A Framework for Peace Studies
Authors: Julie Mertus and Maia Carter Hallward
Part III: The Contributions of Human Rights in Post-Armed Conflict and Postcrisis Situations
12. 	Human Rights, Peace Agreements, and Conflict Resolution: Negotiating Justice in Northern Ireland
 Author: Christine Bell
13. Truth vs. Justice? Commissions and Courts
Author: Vasuki Nesiah
Commentator: Richard Ashby Wilson
14. Promoting the Human Rights of Forced Migrants
Authors: Susan Martin and Andrew Schoenholtz
15. Human Rights Education and Grassroots Peacebuilding
Authors: Janet Lord and Nancy Flowers
16. Building a Democratic Middle Ground: Professional Civil Society and the Politics of Human Rights in Sri Lanka's Peace Process
Author: Alan Keenan
	Conclusion
	Toward a More Integrated Approach
	Authors: Julie Mertus and Jeffrey W. Helsing
	
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Human rights.
Conflict management.
Humanitarian intervention.