International Handbook of Human Rights


"This collection of essays on the current human rights climate in 19 countries includes Canada, Chile, China, Cuba, Israel, Poland, the USA, and USSR, and represents a variety of regimes, cultural traditions, and geographical areas. . . . For analysis of the facts this volume excels. A well-crafted introduction describes current debate about human rights theory and practice, traces the development of human rights instruments, and discusses problems of implementation. Strongly recommended." Library Journal

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Jack Donnelly
  • Robert Allan McChesney
  • Jinny Arancibia
  • Marcelo Charlin
  • Peter Landstreet
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1987


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