Emerging Human Rights: The African Political Economy Context

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dreams of the absolute in political ideologies, and science will give humanity, grown conscious of itself, the possibility of administering the available resources rationally, in relation to the needs of the many."38


NOTES
1.
R. L. Rothstein, "The North-South Dialogue: The Political Economy of Immobility," Journal of International Affairs, 34, no. 1 (Spring/Summer 1980), pp. 1-17.
2.
G. C. Abbott, "Rhetoric and Reality," International Journal, 34, no. 1 (Winter 1978- 1979). pp. 1-15.
3.
A. A. Mazrui, "World Culture and the Search for Human Consensus," in S. H. Mendlevitz, ed., On the Creation of a Just World Order ( New York: Free Press, 1975), pp. 1-37.
4.
R. Dahrendorf, in an interview with the journalist Altaf Gauhar, Third World Quarterly 11. no. 1 ( January 1980), pp. 1-13.
5.
E. B.F. Midgley, The Natural Law Tradition and the Theory of International Relations ( London, 1975), p. xvii.
6.
S. Hoffman, "Theory and International Relations," in J. N. Rosenau, ed., International Politics and Foreign Policy ( New York: Free Press, 1969), pp. 30-39.
7.
Cited in E. H. Carr, The Twenty Years Crisis ( New York: Harper and Row, 1964).
8.
For an interesting discussion of the Kantian position, see A. L. Jinadu , Human Rights and U.S. African Policy Under President Carter ( Lagos: NIIA, 1980). pp. 4-6.
9.
S. Hoffman, Primacy of World Order: American Foreign Policy Since the Cold War ( New York: McGraw-Hill, 1979), p. 107.
10.
D. Fromkin, The Independence of Nations ( New York: Praeger, 1981).
11.
One writer had contended that the whole of international relations could be conceived of as a debate between Rousseau and Kant. See I. Clark, Reform and Resistance in the International Order ( Cambridge: Cambridge University, 1980.
12.
W. Levi, "The Relative Irrelevance of Moral Norms in International Politics," in Rosenau, ed., International Politics and Foreign Policy.
13.
Jinadu, Human Rights.
14.
Ibid.
15.
F. O. Bonkovsky, International Norms and National Policy ( Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans, 1980).
16.
Ibid.
17.
For a discussion of Aristotle's position, see G. Modelski, Principles of World Politics ( New York: Free Press, 1972), pp. 314-55.
18.
Ibid.
19.
Clark, Reform and Resistance.
20.
Bonkovsky, International Norms.

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