Human Rights and Peace: International and National Dimensions

Human Rights and Peace: International and National Dimensions

Human Rights and Peace: International and National Dimensions

Human Rights and Peace: International and National Dimensions

Synopsis

"Professor Forsythe's attention to relations between peace and human rights opens new areas for analysis and synthesizes important information. This book confirms, once again, his eminent position as a scholar of human rights."-Claude E. Welch, Jr., Distinguished Service Professor, SUNY, Buffalo.As our world becomes a truly global village through instantaneous media transmission of events, the relationship between human rights and peaceful international relations receives more and more attention. David P. Forsythe's book analyzes and discusses the dimensions of cover and overt human rights violations and how they militate against the establishment of democracies in the Third World.Human Rights and Peace evaluates critically the argument that human rights in general and democracy in particular contribute to peaceful international relations.David P. Forsythe is a professor of political science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. His publications include The Internationalization of Human Rights, The Politics of International Law, Human Rights and World Politics, and U. S. Foreign Policy.
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