Human rights and international relations in the Asia-Pacific Region
As economic contacts between the West and Asia grow, so does the need to understand the different perspectives each holds on the issue of human rights. This volume analyzes and questions the increasingly important and complex relationship between the West and Asia, in the light of their diverse attitudes to the issue of human rights. The text explores specific questions such as the role of international organizations in human rights problems.
Asian Studies | International Relations | Political Science
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TANG, James T. H., "Human rights and international relations in the Asia-Pacific Region" (1995). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 2366.
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