Skip it, this book isn't worth your time.
The author rambles needlessly, discusses her research trail too much rather than what the research revealed, and referenced far too often her personal friends.
Sikkink's look at human rights prosecutions (domestic, foreign, and international) is a great way to learn about the effects of such prosecutions.
This is the only book that covers the modern era in human rights litigation on a global basis and does it with clarity and perspective. Just what I was looking for.Published on February 1, 2013 by D. M. Ritchie
Sikkink gives so much to think about as far as Bush and what will be of him and his decisions at Guantanamo Bay. Read morePublished on December 27, 2012 by Rosie