"First published 2010 by Ashgate Publishing"--t.p. verso.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Documenting sexual violence as a problem of individual freedom 2. Unspeakable outrages and expertise on women's problems 3. Atrocity propaganda, international organizations and the science of peace 4. Silence on sexual violence? World War II and the United Nations women's bureaucracy 5. Pathologizing unfreedom : Western Cold War models of human rights and public mental health 6. The medicalization of peacekeeping and government of sexual and gender-based violence 7. Gender experts and gender police : policing the peacekeepers and empowering women? 8. Knowledge and techniques for governing sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA).