M. Mutua and H. Rights, A POLITICAL AND CULTURAL CRITIQUE 1-9) (questioning the deployment of human rights to advance or protect norms and practices that may be detrimental to Third World societies), pp.10-41, 2004.

M. Mutua and V. J. Int-'l-l, The Ideology ofHuman Rights [hereinafter Mutua, Ideology of Human Rights] (balancing competing objectives makes states "unreliable, unprincipled, and manipulative proponents of the human rights corpus, pp.600-601, 1996.

M. Mutua, H. Savages, and . J. Int-'l-l, Victims and Saviors: The Metaphor of Human Rights [hereinafter Mutua, Savages] (suggesting that "the globalization of human rights fits a historical pattern in which all high morality comes from the West as a civilizing agent against lower forms of civilization in the rest of the world"), pp.207-215, 2001.

K. See, supra note 4; Mutua, Ideology of Human Rights, supra note 4