Volume 49, Number 2 (2021) Special Issue: Police Discretion & Protecting Human RightsThe keynote report, Global Impunity: How Police Laws & Policies in the World's Wealthiest Countries Fail International Human Rights Standards, written by Claudia Flores and her coauthors, serves as the basis for this special issue. Four responses to the report, written by experts in the field, are included immediately after the report.
Table of Contents and Masthead
Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law
Global Impunity: How Police Laws & Policies in the World's Wealthiest Countries Fail International Human Rights Standards
Claudia Flores, Brian Citro, Nino Guruli, Mariana Olaizola Rosenblat, Chelsea Kehrer, and Hannah Abrahams
How Police Culture Shapes Use of Lethal Force: A Response to Flores et al.
Dr. Tara Lai Quinlan
Safety Inside and Out: Why International Human Rights Standards Fail to Curb the Worst Excesses of Police Policies and Practices
Dr. Mary O'Rawe
Making the Optimistic Case for Policing Reform: Police as Partners and Reform as True to Democratic Values and America's Vision of Itself
Dr. Ihsan Alkhatib
Moving from Policies to Performance: Complexities and Evidence
Patrick J. Keenan
Does the Right to Privacy Apply to Facial Biometrics? Specifically, When Analyzed Under the European Convention on Human Rights
Exhaustion Requirements and Dispute Resolution Reform in Bilateral Investment Treaties
William Crowder Gaskins Jr.
Fashioning Compliance: The Fashion Charter for Climate Action and Strategies for Forming a More Effective Fashion Industry Agreement
Elizabeth Jane Poland