Bibliographic Entries Country/Region Key Terms

H. Liang. The Rise of Modern Police and the European State System from Metternich to the Second World War. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992.

Europe modern police, modern law enforcement, development of criminal justice in Europe

H. O. Idowu. "Assimilation in 19th Century Senegal." Cahiers d'Études Africaines 9, no. 34 (1969): 194-218.

Senegal, Africa policy of assimilation, colonial legacy

H. Zehr. "The Modernization of Crime in Germany and France, 1830-1913." Journal of Social History 8, no. 4 (1975): 117-141.

Germany, France, Europe history of crime, development of the criminal justice system in Europe

Hamid Rashid. “land rights and the Millennium Development Goals: How the Legal Empowerment Approach Can Make a Difference.” IDLO Legal Empowerment Working Papers No. 15. Rome: International Development Law Organization. Web. Available online at

land rights, land tenure, tenure security, property rights, Millennium Development Goals, legal empowerment of the poor, access to justice

Hans J. Morgenthau. “The Political Conditions for an International Police Force.” International Organization 17, no. 2 (1963): 393-403.

police reliability, police efficacy, justice system development

Hans Peter Schmitz. “Transnational human rights Networks: Significance and Challenges.” The International Studies Encyclopedia. Vol. XI, ed. Robert A. Denmark. New York: Wiley-Blackwell , 2010. 7189–7208.

modern slavery, human rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, human rights violations, rights-based approach

Harold H. Koh. “A United States human rights Policy for the 21st Century.” Saint Louis University School of Law Journal 46 (2002): 293-344.

United States, North America human rights, human rights policy, human rights strategy, democracy, global democracy, accountability, preventative diplomacy

Harold H. Koh. “Restoring America's human rights Reputation.” Cornell International Law Journal 40 (2007): 635-659.

United States, North America human rights, human rights policy, War on Terror

Harold Koh. "How is International human rights Law Enforced?" Indiana Law Journal 74 (1999): 1397-1417.

transnational legal process, international human rights norms

Harold Koh. "The Value of Process." International Legal Theory 11 (2005): 27-38.

international law, international and domestic law, transnational legal process

Harold Koh. "Why Do Nations Obey International Law?" Yale Law Journal 106 (1997): 2599-2659.

international law, international norms, global law, history of internalizing international norms, transnational legal process

Harry J. Benda. "The Pattern of Administrative Reforms in the Closing Years of Dutch Rule in Indonesia." The Journal of Asian Studies 25, no. 4 (1966): 589-605.

Indonesia, Southeast Asia Dutch colonial legacy, colonial legacy, Indonesian nationalism, administrative reforms, governance

Hassan Qaqaya and George Lipimile, eds. The effects of anti-competitive business practices on developing countries and their development prospects. New York: United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, 2008.

competition law, competition policy, competition law role in alleviating poverty, private/public monopoly

Heather Marquette. “Donors, State Building and Corruption: lessons from Afghanistan and the implications for aid policy.” Third World Quarterly 32, no. 10 (2011): 1871–1890.

Afghanistan, Middle East aid accountability, building integrity, corruption, state-building

Heather Timmons. “Rape Trial Challenges a Jam in India’s Justice System.” The New York Times, January 23, 2013. Available online at

India, South Asia sexual violence, violence against women, gender-based violence, women's rights, court system reform, backlogged courts

Helmut Sax. "Senegal." human rights in Development 4, no. 1 (1997): 263-320.

Senegal, Africa human rights, socio-political system, economic development

Heloise Weber and Mark T Berger. “Human (In)Security and Development in the 21st Century.” Third World Quarterly 30, no. 1 (2009): 263-270.

history of development, Third Worldism, restorative justice, international and national conflicts of interest, colonial legacy, nation-building

Hendrik M. J. Maier. "Forms of Censorship in the Dutch Indies: The Marginalization of Chinese-Malay Literature." Indonesia 51 (1991): 67-81.

Indonesia, Southeast Asia Dutch colonial legacy, colonial legacy, press censorship

Henry Gumbel to Victor Boutros. 2010. “An analysis of the barriers to “rule of law” funding from USAID and the World Bank.” International Justice Mission, Memorandum.

rule of law, rule of law funding

Henry Gumbel to Victor Boutros. 2010. “An analysis of the breakdown of “rule of law” investment dollars.” International Justice Mission, Memorandum.

rule of law, funding rule of law programs, access to justice

Herbert Jauch, Lucy Edwards, and Braam Cupido. "Inequality in Namibia." in Tearing Us Apart: Inequalities in Southern Africa. Johannesburg, ZA: Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa, 2011.

Namibia, Africa inequality, colonial legacy, racial inequality, gender inequality

Hillery Anderson. “Justice Delayed in Malawi’s Criminal Justice System Paralegals vs. Lawyers.” International Journal of Criminal Justice Sciences 1 (January 2008). Web. Available online at

Malawi, Africa access to justice, legal assistance to the poor, criminal justice system, human rights abuses, pretrial detention

Hugh Waters. The Economic Dimensions of Interpersonal Violence. Geneva: World Health Organization, Department of Injuries and Violence Prevention, 2004.

interpersonal violence and economic factors, cost of interpersonal violence, youth violence, domestic violence, violence against women, everyday violence, interventions and interpersonal violence, income inequality

human rights Watch, Children's Right Project. The Small Hands of Slavery: Bonded child labor in India. New York: human rights Watch, 1996.

India, South Asia child labor, Bonded Labor System (Abolition) Act, child labor and poverty

human rights Watch. "Nigeria: Investigate widespread killings by police." human rights Watch News. November 19, 2007.

Nigeria, Africa human rights violations, police abuse, lethal force, judicial accountability

human rights Watch. "They Pushed Down the Houses: forced eviction and insecure land tenure for Luanda's urban poor." human rights Watch 19, no. 7A (2007).

Angola, Africa forced eviction, insecure land tenure, property and land rights, arbitrary detention, police abuse, consequences of land evictions, international law, international responses

human rights Watch. "Zambia: Police brutality, torture rife." human rights Watch News. September 7, 2010.

Zambia, Africa police brutality, police abuse, juvenile justice, children's rights, human rights violations

human rights Watch. A Modern Form of Slavery: Trafficking of Burmese Women and Girls into Brothels in Thailand. New York: human rights Watch (1994). Web. Available online at

Thailand, Burma, Southeast Asia modern slavery, sex trafficking, debt bondage, sexual and physical abuse, illegal confinement, government role in trafficking, arbitrary arrest

human rights Watch. Broken System: Dysfunction, Abuse, and Impunity in the Indian Police. New York: human rights Watch (2009). Web. Available online at

India, South Asia human rights violations, police abuse of power, colonial legacy, criminal justice reform, police accountability

human rights Watch. Double Standards: Women's property rights Violations in Kenya. New York: human rights Watch, 2003: 15.

Kenya, Africa colonial legacy, women's rights, land rights, property rights

human rights Watch. Kenya: Security Forces Arbitrarily Detaining People. 2011. Web. Available at:

Kenya, Africa police corruption, use of force, human rights violations, arbitrary arrest

human rights Watch. Policy Paralysis: A Call for Action on HIV/AIDS-Related human rights Abuses Against Women and Girls in Africa (December 2003). Web. Available online at

Africa human rights abuses, HIV/AIDS-related human rights abuses, sexual abuse, sexual violence, inheritance rights, property rights, domestic violence

human rights Watch. Rhetoric and risk: human rights abuses impeding Ukraine’s fight against HIV/AIDS. New York: human rights Watch, 2006.

Ukraine, Europe, Eastern Europe human rights, human rights abuses, public health

human rights Watch. Swept away street children illegally detained in Kigali, Rwanda. New York: human rights Watch, 2006.

Rwanda, Africa street children, illegal detainment, arbitrary detainment, pretrial detention, children's rights

human rights Watch. Swept under the rug: Abuses against domestic workers around the world. New York: human rights Watch, 2006.

violence against domestic workers, violence against women, violence against children

human rights Watch. “Hidden Apartheid: Caste discrimination against India's ‘Untouchables.’" human rights Watch 19, no. 3 (2007).

India, South Asia racial discrimination, caste-based segregation

human rights Watch. “Making their own rules”: Police beatings, rape, and torture of children in Papua New Guinea. New York: human rights Watch, 2005.

Papua New Guinea, Oceania police abuse, police violence, children's rights, violence against children, sexual violence, sexual abuse

human rights Watch. “South Africa: Sexual Violence Rampant in Schools.” March 27, 2001. Available online at

South Africa, Africa sexual violence, violence against women, gender-based violence, sexual harassment, access to education, school-based sexual violence, human rights abuses

human rights Watch. “The Small Hands of Slavery: Bonded Child Labor In India” human rights Watch Children’s Rights Project. New York: human rights Watch (1996 ). Web. Available online at

India, South Asia bonded labor, child debt servitude, slavery and debt bondage

Ian Clegg, Robert Hunt and Jim Whetton. Policy Guidance on Support to Policing in Developing Countries. Prepared for the U.K. Department for International Development by Centre for Development Studies Centre, University of Wales, 2000.

impact of crime and violence on the poor, impact of denial of rights on the poor, policing and rights, policing and gender-based discrimination, children and the police, insecurity and the poor, crime and the poor, violence and the poor, good governance, accountability

Ian Vásquez . “Ending Mass Poverty.” Cato Institute. September 2001. Web. Available online at

economic growth, economic freedom, poverty reduction, property rights

IDB Institutions for Development—Institutional Capacity of the State Division. The Cost of Crime and Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean. Web. Available online at

cost of crime, crime and violence, human trafficking

Iffat Idris. Legal Empowerment in Pakistan. Islamabad: United Nations Development Programme Pakistan, 2008.

Pakistan, Middle East access to justice

Iftekhar Zaman. Realizing the MDGs by 2015: Anti-corruption in Bangladesh.Berlin, DE: Transparency International, 2011.

Bangladesh, South Asia Millennium Development Goals, effect of corruption on aid, effect of corruption on development, anti-corruption programs

Imogen Parsons. "Angola." in Countries at Crossroads. Washington, DC: Freedom House, 2007.

Angola, Africa governance, accountability, public voice, pretrial detention, rule of law, anticorruption

Indian Health News. “Malnutrition among Indian Children Worse Than in Sub-Saharan Africa.’’ Med India, December 22, 2007. Web. Available online at

India, South Asia effect of poverty, food security, malnutrition and poverty

Ingrid Palmary. "Shifting Safety Agendas: Crime prevention in the major cities." in Crime Prevention Partnerships, Eric Pelser, ed. Pretoria, ZA: Institute for Security Studies, 2002: 27-46.

Africa, South Africa city-level crime prevention, crime prevention

International Bar Association human rights Institute. One in Five: The Crisis in Brazil’s Prisons and Criminal Justice System. London: International Bar Association (2010).

Brazil, South America, Latin America access to justice, pretrial detention, arbitrary detention, human rights abuses, fear of crime, rule of law, prisons and penal reform

International Commission of Jurists. “Zambia - Attacks on Justice 2002.” Accessed on July 7, 2009.

Zambia, Africa independent judiciary, human rights, human rights mechanisms, arbitrary/pretrial detention

International Criminal Court. "Situations and Cases." Web Access:

human rights violations, international criminal law/court proceedings