To what extent has politics in Uganda changed since the era of egregious human rights abuses under General Idi Amin? Using the new book on law and politics in Uganda under Museveni referenced below as focal point, this essay answers that question in a discussion that also sketches three themes, testimony to the plasticity of the human rights doctrine, including the expanding boundaries of human rights in (East) Africa.
African and Asian Studies – Brill
Published: May 23, 2016
Keywords: human rights; Ugandan politics; democracy in Africa; lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender ( lgbt ) issues
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