Roundtable Panels - 2009

Panel A


Clair Apodaca
Edward Friedman
Emma Gilligan
Sarah Stanlick
Christien van den Anker

December 2008

“The Activist.” Harper's Magazine. November 2008.

February 2009

“Proportional to What?” The Economist. December 30, 2008.

March 2009

“Scientists Come Out for Human Rights” by Sonia Shah. The Nation. January 27, 2009.

Panel B


Charli Carpenter
Mark Gibney
Tyler Moselle
Rebecca Otis
Rhona Smith
Chandra Lekha Sriram

April 2009

“Cambodia's Curse” by Joel Brinkley. Foreign Affairs. March/April 2009.

May 2009

“Case Closed: A Prosecutor Without Borders” by Julie Flint and Alex de Waal. World Affairs. Spring 2009.

June 2009

“The Red Cross Torture Report: What It Means.” by Mark Danner. The New York Review of Books. April 30, 2009.

Panel C


Nicola Colbran
Shareen Hertel
Anja Mihr
William Paul Simmons

July 2009

”What Next for Sri Lanka's 2.5 Million Tamils?“ by Amantha Perera. Time. May 26, 2009.

”How to Defeat Insurgencies: Sri Lanka's Bad Example“ by Bobby Ghosh. Time, May 20, 2009.

August 2009

“The Two Faces of Twitter: Revolution in a Digital Age” by Darrell West. The Huffington Post. July 30, 2009.

September 2009

“The Rape of the Congo” by Adam Hochschild. The New York Review of Books. August 13, 2009.

Panel D


Cath Collins
Katherine Hite
Stephen James
Henry Krisch

October 2009

“The Women's Crusade”. By Nicholas D. Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn. The New York Times Magazine. August 17, 2009.

November 2009

“Healing the Past, Protecting the Future”. By Alejandro Toledo. Americas Quarterly. July 13, 2009.

December 2009

Obama's speech to the United Nations General Assembly (September, 2009).

“Does Obama believes in human rights?” by Bret Stephens. The Wall Street Journal. October 19, 2009.

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