Dr. Voss is studying the development of international human rights norms at the UN Human Rights Council. The Council is the premier body at the UN for creating new human rights standards. Dr. Voss is particularly interested in how states vote at the Council and is currently writing both qualitative and quantitative papers which examine state voting. His work has been received special recognition in a number of venues, including the American Society of International Law and the International Studies Association.
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