Archive for the ‘Human Rights’ Category.
Daniels, M. “Assessing the Genocide and Political Mass Murder Framework: The Case of Uzbekistan.” George Washington International Law Review 37, no. 4 (2005): 917-48.
Sections: Introduction; Prior Evaluation of Genocide; Evaluation of Harff’s Criteria; Conclusion
Handrahan, L.M. “Implications of International Human Rights Law and Bride Kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan.” PRAXIS The Fletcher Journal of Development Studies XVI (2000).
Sections: Introduction, History of Bride Kidnapping, Bride Kidnapping Today, Background, International Legal Tools to Combat Bride Kidnapping, Prescriptive Measures, Conclusion, Endnotes
Müllerson, Rein. “The Kyrgyz Tragedy: Particular and General.” Chinese Journal of International Law 10 (2011): 407-26.
Sections: Introduction; Askar Akayev: democratic reforms versus weak authority and corruption; 2005: the Tulip revolution or coup d’état?; Kyrgyzstan and external forces; 2010: struggle for power between Kyrgyz factions and the Uzbek community; The rise of ethno-nationalism, market reforms and majority rule; June 2010: mob violence, human rights and crimes against humanity; Quo vadis Kyrgyzstan: denial, impunity but also hope;
Shaver, Lynn. “The Revocation of Dual Citizenship in Turkmenistan.” Human Rights Brief 11, no. 1 (2003): 5-7.
Sections: Background; Niyazov’s Elimination of “Betrayers of the Motherland”; Revocation of the 1993 Dual Citizenship Agreement; Compliance with Turkmen and International Law; Conclusion