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From Pirates to Pinochet: Examining the Validity of Universal Jurisdiction in International and Domestic Human Rights Law
Latin American Studies
Abstract: College of Arts & Sciences
Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts: WUSHTA, Spring 2016
From the Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts (WUSHTA), Spring 2016. Published by the Office of Undergraduate Research. Joy Zalis Kiefer, Director of Undergraduate Research and Associate Dean in the College of Arts & Sciences; Lindsey Paunovich, Editor; Kristin G. Sobotka, Undergraduate Research Coordinator; Jennifer Kohl.
Mentors: Elizabeth Borgwardt and Ignacio Sánchez Prado
Anton, Sonda R. P, "From Pirates to Pinochet: Examining the Validity of Universal Jurisdiction in International and Domestic Human Rights Law" (2016). Spring 2016. 3.
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