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|402 Smith Hall||Newark, DE 19716||<div class="ExternalClass2DF668EBBB1E4376866DAE1B85C58ECB"><p><strong>William H. Meyer</strong>, PhD (University of Iowa, 1984) joined the Department in 1984. He teaches courses on human rights, American foreign policy, and international relations. Meyer’s current research is for a forthcoming book, <em>Human Rights and Global Governance: Case Studies at the Intersection of Ethics and Power Politics,</em> including case studies on impunity vs. prosecution for dictators; indigenous rights; corporate social responsibility and the Alien Tort Claims Act; war crimes (in Iraq and Afghanistan) and just war theory; and labor rights and development in the Global South. Other chapters include a study of human rights treaties and competing models of global governance.</p></div>||<div class="ExternalClassA023DA0CCB5A4ABE872594D832BBC154"><p>"Testing Theories of Labor Rights and Development"
(forthcoming, 2015), <em>Human Rights Quarterly</em>, 37, 2.</p><p>"Indigenous Rights, Global Governance, and State
Sovereignty" (2012), <em>Human Rights Review,</em> 13, 3.</p><p><em>Security, Economics and Morality in
American Foreign Policy: Contemporary Issues in Historical Context
</em>(2005), Prentice-Hall/Praeger.</p><p>"Human Rights, Global Governance and International Justice," <em>POROI</em> (June 2005).</p><p>
</p></div>||Recent Publicationsfirstname.lastname@example.org||Sabbatical Leave||/Documents%20Bios%20CVs/Meyer-William-CV.pdf||Meyer, Dr. William H.||302-831-2858||<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/Meyer-PoliSci-123.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />||Professor||http://www.udel.edu/poscir/faculty/WMeyer/||02-International Relations|
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