Constituting Human Rights: Global Civil Society and the Society of Democratic States

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Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics
1 Foreign Policy and Discourse Analysis

France, Britain and Europe

Henrik Larsen

2 Agency, Structure and International Politics

From ontology to empirical enquiry

Gil Friedman and Harvey Starr

3 The Political Economy of Regional Co-operation in the Middle East

Ali Carkoglu, Mine Eder, Kemal Kirisci

4 Peace Maintenance

The evolution of international political authority

Jarat Chopra

5 International Relations and Historical Sociology

Breaking down boundaries

Stephen Hobden

6 Equivalence in Comparative Politics

Edited by Jan W. van Deth

7 The Politics of Central Banks

Robert Elgie and Helen Thompson

8 Politics and Globalisation

Knowledge, ethics and agency

Martin Shaw

9 History and International Relations

Thomas W. Smith

10 Idealism and Realism in International Relations

Robert M. A. Crawford

11 National and International Conflicts, 1945-1995

New empirical and theoretical approaches

Frank Pfetsch and Christoph Rohloff

12 arty Systems and Voter

Alignments Revisited

Edited by Lauri Karvonen and Stein Kuhnle

13 Ethics, Justice and International Relations

Constructing an international community

Peter Sutch

14 Capturing Globalization

Edited by James H Mittelman and Norani Othman

15 Uncertain Europe

Building a new European security order?

Edited by Martin A Smith and Graham Timmins

16 Power, Postcolonialism and International Relations

Reading race, gender and class

Edited by Geeta Chowdhry and Sheila Nair

17 Constituting Human Rights

Global civil society and the society of democratic states

Mervyn Frost

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Individual Rights in World Politics 17
  • 3 - Foundational Practices 40
  • 4 - Individual Rights in Conflict? 48
  • 5 - Civil Society 67
  • 6 - Rights in the System of Democratic and Democratizing States 97
  • 7 - Civilians and Citizens 128
  • Notes 139
  • Index 156
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