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1. Åhrén M, Indigenous Peoples’ Status in the International Legal System (Oxford, oup, 2016, 288 pp).
2. Bakiner O, Truth Commissions: Memory, Power, Legitimacy (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016, 328 pp).
3. Binford L, The El Mozote Massacre: Human Rights and Global Implications (Tucson, University of Arizona Press, 2016, 377 pp).
4. Bjorge E, Domestic Application of the echr: Courts as Faithful Trustees (Oxford, oup, 2015, 264 pp).
5. BS Brammertz, and Jarvis M (eds), Prosecuting Conflict-Related Sexual Violence at the icty (Oxford, oup, 2016, 544 pp).
6. Broderick A, The Long and Winding Road to Equality and Inclusion for Persons with Disabilities (Cambridge, Intersentia, 2015, 444 pp).
7. N Bhuta (ed), The Frontiers of Human Rights (Oxford, oup, 2016, 256 pp).
8. Costello C, The Human Rights of Migrants and Refugees in European Law (Oxford, oup, 2016, 356 pp).
9. de Vries S,, Bernitz U, and Weatherill S, The eu Charter of Fundamental Rights as a Binding Instrument (Oxford, Hart, 2015, 416 pp).
10. Douglas L, The Right Wrong Man: John Demjanjuk and the Last Great Nazi War Crimes Trial (Oxford, Princeton up, 2016, 331 pp).
11. CM Fombad (ed), Separation of Powers in African Constitutionalism (Oxford, oup, 2016, 448 pp).
12. Haeck Y,, Ruiz-Chiriboga O,, and Herrera CB, The Inter-American Court of Human Rights: Theory and Practice, Present and Future (Cambridge, Intersentia, 2015, xxxii + 832 pp).
13. Hill-Cawthorne L, Detention in Non-International Armed Conflict (Oxford, oup, 2016, 304 pp).
14. Herring J, Vulnerable Adults and the Law (Oxford, oup, 2016, 304 pp).
15. RE Howard-Hassmann, and Walton-Roberts M (eds), The Human Right to Citizenship: A Slippery Concept (Philadelphia,University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015, 328 pp).
16. Ilesanmi O, Islamism, Statehood and Human Rights (Cambridge, Intersentia, 2015, 276 pp).
17. Kelly B, Dignity, Mental Health and Human Rights (Surrey, Ashgate, 2015, 216 pp).
18. Kielsgard M, Responding to Modern Genocide: At the Confluence of Law and Politics (Oxford, Routledge, 2016, 255 pp).
19. Kuijt E, Humanitarian Assistance and State Sovereignty in International Law (Cambridge, Intersentia, 2015, 626 pp).
20. Liang B, and Lu H, The Death Penalty in China: Policy, Practice, and Reform (New York, Columbia up, 2016, 362 pp).
21. Lutnick A, Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking: Beyond Victims and Villains (New York, Columbia up, 2016, 181 pp).
22. V Mantouvalou (ed), The Right to Work: Legal and Philosophical Perspectives (Oxford, Hart, 2015, 368 pp).
23. Martin J, and Bravo K, The Business and Human Rights Landscape (Cambridge, cup, 2016, 600 pp).
24. Nehushtan Y, Intolerant Religion in a Tolerant-Liberal Democracy (Oxford, Hart, 2016, 232 pp).
25. Schabas W, The European Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary (Oxford, oup, 2015, cxxiii + 1308 pp).
26. R Stein, and R Goldstone (eds), The Rule of Law in the 21stCentury (Surrey, Gomer Press, 2015, 214 pp).
27. Suarez-Krabbe J, Race, Rights and Rebels (London, Rowman and Littlefield, 2016, 202 pp).
28. Suksi M et al. (eds), First Fundamental Rights Documents in Europe: Commemorating 800 Years of Magna Carta (Cambridge, Intersentia, 2015, 360 pp).
29. C Walker-Said, and JD Kelly (eds), Corporate Social Responsibility? (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2015, 388 pp).
30. Yamin A, Power Suffering and the Struggle for Dignity (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016, 316 pp).
31. Ziegler K,, Wicks E., and Hodson L. (eds), The uk and European Human Rights: A Strained Relationship (Oxford, Hart, 2015, 525 pp).
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