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This original collection reflects nearly two decades of developments in human rights scholarship, revisiting the debate between universalists and cultural relativists and also engaging new notions of "third-generation" rights.
The book begins with an analytical framework that encompasses changing perspectives on human rights and informs the chapters that follow. The case studies then address specific human rights issues both globally and in particular regions and countries. The final chapter considers the impact, negative and positive, of globalization on human rights, as well as the effect that human rights doctrines and practices may have on the processes of globalization.
This book sets out a comprehensive overview of the numerous issues that we believe will be on the human rights agenda during this new millennium.
It extends the Authors’ previous work by analyzing the recent developments within a new conceptual framework while highlighting the recasting of the human rights dialogue. No book can thoroughly cover any subject. This book is comprehensive but not exhaustive; it is representative of recent human rights issues.