Rights beyond Borders: The Global Community and the Struggle over Human Rights in China

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Index
Abrams, Elliot 45
Afghanistan 107
Albright, Madeleine K. 201 , 202 , 242
Allende, Salvador see Chile
Amnesty International (AI) 17 , 38-40 , 85-8 , 95-6 , 104-5 , 132 , 208 , 237-8 , 240 , 243 , 256
Annan, Kofi 251 , 261
Argentina 40 , 197
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) 71 , 159 , 166
Asia-Europe meeting (ASEM) 193
Asian Development Bank (ADB) 71 , 92
Asian values debate 22 , 154-5 , 206 , 268 , 269
Australia 98 , 121 , 136 , 198 , 204 , 210 , 240see also under entries for individuals
Austria 136
Baker, James 124 , 130 , 135
Balladur, Edouard 159 , 163
Bao Tong 247
Bradley, Bill 167
Brazil 54 , 195 , 197 , 210 , 224
Britain 94 , 136 , 174 , 202 n. , 203see alsounder entries for individuals
Brittan, Sir Leon 192 , 202 , 239
Bulgaria 174 , 177
Bush, George 100-1
Canada 23 , 48 , 198 , 203 , 204 , 210 , 240see alsounder entries for individuals
Cardoso, Fernando see Brazil
Carter, Jimmy 20 , 43 , 44 , 47 , 89-90
Chen Ziming 135 , 181
Chi Haotian 202 n.
Chile 34-5 , 38 , 40 , 73-4 , 107 , 197
China Democracy Party (CDP) 70 , 234-5 , 242 , 249see alsounder entries for individuals
China Society for Human Rights Studies see non-governmental organizations, Chinese
China's Constitutions 68 , 86 , 106-7 , 108-9 , 249
China:
action in UNCHR and Sub-Commission 119 , 140-3 , 173-5 , 177-8 , 182 , 194-6 , 202 , 204-6 , 209 , 244 , 258-9
admissions of human rights abuse 103-4 , 183 , 227
arms control policies 72 , 74-5
attacks on European Parliament and European Union 106 , 196 , 204 , 261
attacks on US record 105-7, 138, 140, 142, 152-3 , 196 , 218 n. , 243-4 , 259
causes of economic reform policies 63-5 , 79-80
Criminal Law (CL) and Criminal Procedure Law (CPL) 77-8 , 206 , 215-6 , 217 , 235-6 ; see also legal reform
cultural relativism 153 , 155-7
elections in China 65 , 77
external repercussions of economic reform policies 16-17 , 62-3 , 71-2 , 75-9 , 158
human rights stance 59 , 106 , 122 , 138 , 144 , 146 , 166 , 206 , 208 , 210-11 , 213 , 232 , 248-9 , 254-5 , 257-8 , 261 , 270-1 ; see also China, White Papers , United Nations World Conference on Human Rights
identity 18-19
international behaviour 14-17 , 54 , 61 , 73 , 139 , 140 , 151 , 226 , 259
international prestige/image 74 , 79 , 258
legal reform 76-9 , 109 , 184 , 206-7 , 227 , 257
legal training 76-7
lifting of martial law 126 , 139
Maoist era human rights policies 101-2
membership of UNCHR 73-4 , 96 , 107 , 256
nationalism in 19 , 226 , 247 , 263 , 272-3
party factions and post-Tiananmen external policies 137-9
prisoner releases 126 , 139

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