Publications and Statements

BOOKS, BOOK LENGTH ARTICLE, CHAPTERS, ARTICLES, TESTIMONIES, OPEDS, BLOGS, STATEMENTS

  • On North Korea • Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) • Responsibility to Protect/Sovereignty • Humanitarian Issues • Human Rights •  Human Rights in Foreign Policy 

Books    

Masses in Flight: The Global Crisis of Internal Displacement (co-author with Francis M. Deng), Brookings, 1998 (https://www.brookings.edu/book/masses-in-flight/) ISBN 9780815715115, 9780815715122, 9780815715153, 9780815715160, 9780815791355

The Forsaken People: Case Studies of the Internally Displaced, Brookings (co-editor with Francis M. Deng), Brookings, 1998 (https://www.brookings.edu/book/the-forsaken-people/) ISBN 978081575139 and 9780815146

The Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement and the Law of the South Caucasus (co-editor with Walter Kaelin and Erin Mooney), American Society of International Law/Brookings/GYLA/OSCE/ODIHR, ISBN 0972942327, 9780972942324, 2003

Book length article

People’s Republic of China: The Human Rights Exception, published by the Parliamentary Human Rights Group (London, 1987), Human Rights Quarterly of Johns Hopkins University (1987), and the University of Maryland School of Law (1988), (http://digitalcommons.law.umaryland.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1085&context=mscas)

NORTH KOREA

INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS (IDPs) WORLDWIDE

RESPONSIBILITY TO PROTECT, SOVEREIGNTY AS RESPONSIBILITY

Humanitarian Issues

HUMAN RIGHTS ISSUES

  • GENERAL

    • Letter to Editor: Human Rights: The Long View, NY Times, February 7, 2002 (https://www.nytimes.com/2002/02/07/opinion/human-rights-the-long-view.html)
    • Letter to Editor: Journalists Aren’t the Only Risky C.I.A. Cover, NYTimes, March 21, 1996 (reprinted in Congressional Record) (https://www.nytimes.com/1996/03/21/opinion/l-journalists-aren-t-the-only-risky-cia-cover-016748.html)
    • Article: Human rights and humanitarian action go hand-in-hand, Refugees, UNHCR, April 1993
    • Article: UN Human Rights Bodies: An Agenda for Humanitarian Action, The Challenge to Intervene: A New Role for the United Nations? Life and Peace Institute, 1992
    • Article: Refugees Have Rights, Refugees, UNHCR, July–August 1990
    • Report: Double Jeopardy – Threat to Life and Human Rights: Discrimination against Persons with AIDS (with Laurie S. Wiseberg), Human Rights Internet, March 1990
    • Report: Introducing Refugee Issues into the United Nations Human Rights Agenda, Refugee Policy Group, 1990
    • Policy Brief: Human Rights at the United Nations: How Adequately are Refugee Issues Addressed? In Brief, International League for Human Rights, November 1989
    • Report: Human Rights and Humanitarian Emergencies: New Roles for Human Rights Bodies, Refugee Policy Group, September 1992
    • Article: How Well Do You Treat Your Citizens? Human Rights, American Bar Association, Fall 1980
    • Speech: International Science and Human Rights, Chemical & Engineering News, January 22, 1979 (also excerpted in Nature Magazine, January 11, 1979)
    • Article: The Impact of East-West Tension on the UN Study of Racial Discrimination, Patterns of Prejudice, January-February 1970 (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0031322X.1970.9968882)
    • Article: United Nations’ stand on antisemitism: principles, priorities, prejudices, Patterns of Prejudice, March/April 1968 (https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/0031322X.1968.9968744)
  • REGIONS/COUNTRIES

    • AFGHANISTAN
      • Article: Excursus I: Human Rights in Afghanistan, Worldview, November 1979
    • AFRICA 
      • Book Review: Human Rights in Africa: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, Human Rights Quarterly, May 1993
    • ETHIOPIA
    • BULGARIA
      • Article: Barnstorming for Human Rights in Bulgaria, Freedom Review, 1991
    • CHINA
    • SOVIET UNION
      • Chapter: The Soviet Union: Human Rights Diplomacy in the Communist Heartland, The Diplomacy of Human Rights, ed. David D. Newsom, Institute for the Study of Diplomacy, 1986
      • Article/Book Review: The Unredeemed: Anti-Semitism in the Soviet Union, Congress Bi-Weekly, October 17, 1969
    • SYRIA

HUMAN RIGHTS AND US FOREIGN POLICY (see also above – US and North Korea)

OTHER