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Crowder M.  1987.  Tshekedi Khama, Smuts, and South West Africa. Journal of Modern African Studies. 25(1):25-42.
Coundouriotis E, Goodlad LME.  2010.  Comparative Human Rights: Literature, Art, Politics. Journal of Human Rights. 9:121-6.
Comay R.  2004.  Dead Right: Hegel and the Terror. The South Atlantic Quarterly. 103(2/3):375-95.
Colby E.  1927.  How to Fight Savage Tribes. American Journal of International Law. 21(2):279-88.
Cohen S.  2001.  States of Denial: Knowing about Atrocities and Suffering.
Coetzee J.M..  1999.  Disgrace.
Coetzee J.M..  1999.  Waiting for the Barbarians.
Cleveland S.  2002.  Powers Inherent in Sovereignty: Indians, Aliens, Territories, and the Nineteenth Century Origins of Plenary Power over Foreign Affairs. Texas Law Review. 81(1):1-284.
Clapham A.  2007.  Human Rights: A Very Short Introduction.
Clapham A.  2007.  Human Rights: A Very Short Introduction. Very Short Introductions .
Cizek K.  2005.  Storytelling for Advocacy: Conceptualization and Preparation. Video for Change: Guide for Advocacy and Activism. :74-121.
Civil Rights Congress.  1951.  We charge genocide; the historic petition to the United Nations for relief from a crime of the United States Government against the Negro people.
Chung S.  2010.  Long for This World.
Chimni B.S..  2004.  International Institutions Today: An Imperial Global State in the Making. European Journal of International Law. 15(1):1-37.
Chabon M.  2000.  The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay: A Novel.
Cavallaro JL, Schaffer EJ.  2004.  Less as More: Rethinking Supranational Litigation of Economic and Social Rights in the Americas. Hastings Law Journal. 56
Cavallaro JL, Brewer SErin.  2008.  Reevaluating Regional Human Rights Litigation in the Twenty-First Century: The Case of the Inter-American Court. American Journal of International Law. 102
Carpentier A.  1979.  The Lost Steps.