Saikrishna Prakash

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INTRODUCTION In a provocative recent article,1 Professors Saikrishna Prakash and Steven D. Smith argue that Congress may provide for the removal of federal judges through means other than the impeachment-andremoval provisions of Articles I and II.2 Building on the work of Professor Burke Shartel,3 Prakash and Smith base their claim of impeachment(More)
Several women's nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are working together to raise women's issues, such as land tenure rights, property rights, and inheritance rights, at Habitat II. The NGOs are also pointing out that because women have no control over property, they have difficulty getting loans from banks. Women's inferior status also means that many(More)
In areas of the world plagued by armed conflict, women are often forced to engage in sexual intercourse to obtain food and shelter. The magnitude of the problem can be seen by the fact that in 1995, 30 major civil conflicts created 15 million refugees and 26.5 million internally displaced citizens. Emergency food supplies are so vulnerable to diversion by(More)
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