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Debating human rights
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Éditeur L. Rienner Publishers
Année 2014, cop. 2014
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Debating human rights
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Description
1 vol. (VIII-277 p.) ; 23 cm
Notes
Bibliogr. p. 255-267. Index
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Classification Dewey
323
Contenu
The history and philosophy of human rights ; When should states protect human rights? ; How can western states promote human rights in China? ; Is the United Nations Human Rights Council effective? ; Does the international community have a "responsibility to protect"? ; Should the United States join the International Criminal Court? ; How should human rights violators be held accountable? ; Does the War on Terrorism require restriction of rights? ; Are there limits to freedom of speech? ; Do women have the right to choose abortion? ; Is female circumcision a violation of human rights? ; Are food, housing, and health care valid human rights? ; Do transnational corporations violate human rights? ; Does the right to health justify a violation of property rights? ; Do wealthy states have an obligation to give foreign aid? ; Advancing human rights through debate
Résumé
"When should states protect human rights? Does the global war on terror necessitate the violation of some rights? Are food, housing, and health care valid human rights? Debating Human Rights introduces the theory and practice of international human rights by examining fourteen controversies in the field."--Back cover
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978-1-626-37046-3
1-626-37046-X
978-1-626-37047-0
1-626-37047-8
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