With this volume, the Review of Human Rights has successfully entered its second year of publication. We have become more confident about its regular publication as well as about success of the overall academic initiative. In this volume we were able to attract five original articles and three book reviews. These articles focus on human rights in the backdrop of global concerns for security. A number of countries make the subject of discussion, especially Pakistan, Germany, USA, Myanmar, and Afghanistan. It is also worth mentioning that this volume introduces at least two new concepts: “necro-biographies” by Michael J. Shapiro and “uneven humanitarianism” by Tani Sebro.
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