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Susan L. Kang, ‘The Unsettled Relationship of Economic and Social Rights and the West: A Response to Whelan and Donnelly’, Human Rights Quarterly 31: 4 (2009), 1006-1029.
Alex Kirkup and Tony Evans, ‘The Myth of Western Opposition to Economic, Social and Cultural Rights? A Reply to Whelan and Donnelly’, Human Rights Quarterly 31: 2 (2009).
Arthur Paige, ‘How “Transitions” Reshaped Human Rights: A Conceptual History of Transitional Justice’, Human Rights Quarterly 31:2 (2009), 321-367.
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