International Handbook of Human Rights

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International Handbook of Human Rights
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • Suggested Readings 28
  • 2: Canada 29
  • Conclusion 42
  • Suggested Readings 47
  • 3: Chile 49
  • Conclusion 67
  • Suggested Readings 73
  • 4: China 75
  • Suggested Readings 97
  • 5: Cuba 99
  • Conclusion 111
  • Suggested Readings 116
  • 6: El Salvador 117
  • Suggested Readings 133
  • 7: India 135
  • Suggested Readings 159
  • 8: Israel 161
  • Conclusion 179
  • Notes 180
  • 9: Jamaica 183
  • Conclusion 200
  • Suggested Readings 207
  • 10: Japan 209
  • Conclusion 222
  • Notes 223
  • Suggested Readings 225
  • 11: Lebanon 227
  • Conclusion 248
  • Notes 249
  • Suggested Readings 251
  • 12: Nicaragua 253
  • Conclusion 271
  • Notes 271
  • Suggested Readings 277
  • 13: The Philippines 279
  • Suggested Readings 298
  • 14: Poland 301
  • Suggested Readings 320
  • 15: Senegal 323
  • Conclusion 335
  • Notes 335
  • Suggested Readings 336
  • 16: South Africa 339
  • Suggested Readings 357
  • 17: Spain 359
  • Conclusion 379
  • Suggested Readings 383
  • 18: Uganda 385
  • Conclusion 404
  • Notes 404
  • Suggested Readings 407
  • 19: The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics 409
  • SUGGESTED READINGS 427
  • Conclusion 451
  • Notes 452
  • Suggested Readings 456
  • Appendixes 457
  • Selected Bibliography 467
  • Index 481
  • About the Contributors 491
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