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Borders, Sovereignty and Culture

Borders, Sovereignty and Culture

Introduction to Borders, Sovereignty and Culture...377
Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)...378
Dawes Severalty Act 1887...382
To Every Englishman in India...387
Dalai Lama, Holy Ruler of the Land of Tibet...390
UN Resolution 242...393
Cast Out Caste...395
Rigoberta Menchú Tum's Nobel Lecture...399
Human Rights Abuses of Jews in Arab Countries After the Six-Day War...402
Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities...405
Millicent...409
A Pictorial Guide to Hell...412
Honor Killings...415
Refugees and Asylum: Global Figures for 2002...418
Global Internet Freedom Act...420
Chirac Calls for Ban on Headscarves...424
How Has 9/11 Changed America's Approach to Human Rights?...426
National Identity Card...431
International Religious Freedom Report for 2005...433
Googling the Great Firewall...437

Introduction to Borders, Sovereignty and Culture...377

PRIMARY SOURCES

Chinese Exclusion Act (1882)
    United States Congress, 1882...378

Dawes Severalty Act 1887
    Henry Dawes, 1887...382

To Every Englishman in India
    Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, 1920...387

Dalai Lama, Holy Ruler of the Land of Tibet
    Anonymous, 1939...390

UN Resolution 242
    United Nations Security Council, 1967...393

Cast Out Caste
    Indranil Mukherjee, 2004...395

Rigoberta Menchú Tum's Nobel Lecture
    Rigoberta Menchú Tum, 1992...399

Human Rights Abuses of Jews in Arab Countries After the Six-Day War
    Netanel Lorch, 1967...402

Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities
    Council of Europe, 1995...405

Millicent
    Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, 1997...409

A Pictorial Guide to Hell
    John Kifner, 2001...412

Honor Killings
    Lynsey Addario, 2001...415

Refugees and Asylum: Global Figures for 2002
    Anonymous, 2002...418

Global Internet Freedom Act
    Christopher Cox and Thomas Lantos, 2002...420

Chirac Calls for Ban on Headscarves
    News Service, 2003...424

How Has 9/11 Changed America's Approach To Human Rights?
    Harold Hongju Koh, 2003...426

National Identity Card
    Dave Caulkin, 2004...431

International Religious Freedom Report for 2005
    U.S. Department of State, 2005...433

Googling the Great Firewall
    Erping Zhang, 2006...437

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