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GOV 316: Tyrants, Hypocrites, and Champions: The Story of International Human Rights Law

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When conducting research, always consider alternative keywords and subject headings for your topic. Begin by analyzing your topic or research question, and break it down into its key concepts. What keywords appear? Are there alternative keywords that come to mind?
 

For this course, keywords may include: human rights; international law; political asylum; political refugees; political violence; genocide; names of countries or continents

Subject headings may include: Human Rights; International Law; International Criminal Law; War Crimes (International Law); Genocide; names of countries (e.g. Rwanda - History Civil War)

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