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The question often asked is 'where is a good starting place for learning about international human rights?' The answer now is Donnelly'sInternational Human Rights. Eminently readable, chock-full of information, Donnelly's book is a must-read. (Human Rights Quarterly) In this new edition, Jack Donnelly updates his classic text on the rise of human rights issues since World War II to reflect the new challenges posed by globalization and the war on terrorism. The third edition includes two entirely new chapters on the Universality of Human Rights and Terrorism, and focuses on the recent emergence of nonstate actors such as the UN and NGO's.
Jack Donnelly is the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of International Relations at the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver.
Table of Contents
|Introduction A Note to the Reader||p. 1|
|Human Rights as an Issue In World Politics||p. 3|
|Theories of Human Rights||p. 18|
|The Domestic Politics Of Human Rights: the Case Of The Southern Cone||p. 36|
|The Multilateral Politics Of Human Rights||p. 51|
|Human Rights And Foreign Policy||p. 86|
|Responding to Tiananmen||p. 115|
|War and Genocide In The Former Yugoslavia||p. 136|
|International Human Rights In a Post-Cold War World||p. 149|
|Appendix Universal Declaration Of Human Rights||p. 165|
|Discussion Questions||p. 169|
|Suggested Readings||p. 191|
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