Dealing with Human Rights
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Adopted by the UN more than fifty years ago, the practical application of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights remains far from complete. Violations continue while politicians engage in heated debates about the definition of human rights and their universal applicability. Dealing with Human Rights features stimulating essays by scholars and world leaders such as the President of South Korea and Nobel Peace Prize winner, Kim Dae Jung, reflecting different cultural perspectives and current thinking on enforcing human rights in international relations. This book is an important and timely contribution focusing on an area of the world where the issues have been argued most strongly.
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