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Written some fifty years after the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this book shows that the struggle for a fuller realization of these rights is far from over. It maps out the international human rights agenda as it stands at the end of the 20th century, focusing on four interrelated themes. The first concerns the conceptual development of human rights, the second looks at human rights in the Asia Pacific region, the third considers human rights in a post-Cold-War environment and the fourth assesses the protection and monitoring of human rights.
ROBERT G. PATMAN is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He is the author of The Soviet Union in the Horn of Africa: the Diplomacy of Intervention and Disengagement and editor of New Zealand and Britain: A Special Relationship in Transition and Security in the Post-Cold War World.
Release date NZ
May 26th, 2000
Edited by Robert G. Patman
Country of Publication
XIII, 244 p.
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