Human Rights and Societies in Transition: Causes, Consequences, Responses

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Acknowledgements

A number of individuals and organizations have provided invaluable assistance and support at various stages of this book project.

First of all, we are grateful to the Japanese government and the United Nations University for providing most of the funding for our work. We thank Patrice Petro and the Center for International Education, Richard Meadows and the College of Letters and Science, and Charles Kroncke and the School of Business Administration for additional funding and for hosting a most stimulating author meeting in early 2000 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. We deeply appreciate the logistical and administrative assistance offered for the entire duration of this project by Yoshie Sawada of the Peace and Governance Programme of the United Nations University. We are grateful to Monica Blagescu and Alina Meyer for logistical and editorial assistance in the preparation of the manuscript. We thank the UNU Press, particularly Gareth Johnston, for patiently supporting us in preparing and improving the manuscript for publication. We are grateful to two anonymous peer reviewers, whose comments allowed us to make important improvements to the initial draft manuscript; and we greatly appreciate the work of Heather Russell, who has copy-edited the volume, and of Sylvia Coates who has produced a most useful index. We would not have been in a position to work on this project for over three years, were it not for the support and encouragement of our families. It is to them that we dedicate this volume.

Finally, we thank our contributors for sharing their insights with us and

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