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Unfinished Business: Return of Displaced Persons and Other HR Issues in Bijeljina, 5/00, 77pp.
Burmese Refugees in Bangladesh: Still no Durable Solution, 5/00, 29pp.
Emptying The Hills: Regroupment in Burundi, 7/00, 38pp.
Neglecting Justice in Making Peace, 4/00, 18pp.
Nipped in the Bud: The Suppression of the Chineses Democracy Movement, 9/00, 36pp.
Tibet Since 1950: Silence Prison or Exile,
5/00, 184 ppp.
The Ties That Bind:Colombia and Military-Paramilitary Links, 2/00, 25pp.
Croatia's Democracy Deficit: A Pre-Electoral Assessment, 12/99, 20pp.
Democratic Republic of Congo
Eastern Congo Ravaged - Killing Civilians and Silencing Protest, 5/00 40pp.
Backtracking on Reform: Amendments Undermine Access to Justice, 10/00, 64pp.
Forced Expulsions to West Timor and The Refugee Crisis, 11/99, 21pp.
Human Rights and Pro-Independence Actions in Papua, 1999-2000, 5/00, 42pp.
Israel, The Occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, and The Palestinian Aurthority Territories
Investigation into Unlawful use of Force in the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and Northern Israel, October 4 through
October 11, 10/00, 13pp.
Owed Justice: Thai Women Trafficked into Debt Bondage in Japan, 9/00, 228pp.
Promises Betrayed: Denial of Rights of Bidun, Women, & Freedom of Expression, 10/00, 43pp.
Living in Limbo: Burmese Rohingyas in Malaysia, 8/00, 77pp.
Civilian Deaths in the Nato Air Campaign, 2/00, 79pp.
Prison Bound, The Denial of Juvenile Justice in Pakistan, 10/99, 147pp.
Reform or Repression? Post-Coup Abuses in Pakistan, 10/00, 24pp.
"Welcome to Hell": Arbitrary Detention, Torture, and Extortion in Chechnya, 10/00, 99pp.
February 5: A Day of Slaughter in Novye Aldi , 6/00, 43pp.
No Happiness Remains:" Civilian Killings, Pillage, and Rape in Alkhan-Yurt, Chechnya 4/00, 35pp.
Civilian Killings in Staropromyslovski of Grozny, 2/00, 18pp.
The Search for Security and Human Rights Abuses, 4/00 30pp.
A Question of Principle: Arms Trade and Human Rights, 10/00, 48pp.
Freedom of Expression Still Threatened, 11/99, 32pp.
Seeking Protection: Addressing Sexual and Domestic Violence in Tanzania's Refugee Camps, 10/00, 151pp.
The Administration of Justice in Tunisia:Torture, Trumped-Up Charges and a Tainted Trial,
Human Rights and The European Union Accession Partnership, 9/00, 31pp.
Small Group Isolation in Turkish Prisons: An Avoidable Disaster, 5/00, 15pp.
United Kingdom/Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland: A New Beginning to Policing? The Report of the Independent Commission on Policing, 11/99, 21pp.
Unfair Advantage: Workers' Freedom of Association in the U.S. under International Human Rights Standards, 8/00, 220pp.
Fingers to the Bone: United States Failure to Protect Child Farmworkers, 6/00, 112pp.
Clinton's Landmine Legacy, 7/00, 44 pp.
Punishment and Prejudice- The Racial Cost of the War on Drugs, 5/00, 39 pp.
Out of Sight: Super-Maximum Security Confinement in the US, 2/00, 9 pp.
Leaving No Witnesses: Uzbekistan's Campaign Against Rights Defenders, 3/00, 37pp.
The Silencing of Dissent, 5/00, 38pp.
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
Kosovo: Rape As A Weapon of "Ethnic Cleansing", 3/00, 39pp.
Curtailing Political Dissent: Serbia's Campaign of Violence and Harassment Against Government's Violence and Harassment Against government's critics, 4/00, 41pp.
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