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The future of human rights : U.S. policy for a new era / edited by William F. Schulz
Bib ID 4512805
Format BookBook
Description Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c2008 
viii, 314 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9780812241112
0812241118
Series

Pennsylvania studies in human rights.

Full contents
  • Introduction / William F. Schulz
  • Fighting from strength: human rights and the challenge of terrorism / Elisa Massimino
  • National security and the rule of law: self-inflicted wounds / John Shattuck
  • The United States and the future of humanitarian intervention / Rachel Kleinfeld
  • Matching means with intentions: sanctions and human rights / George A. Lopez
  • Setting the record straight: why now is not the time to abandon democracy promotion / Jennifer L. Windsor
  • A tale of two traditions: international cooperation and American exceptionalism in the U.S. human rights policy / Catherine Powell
  • Putting economic, social, and cultural rights back on the agenda of the United States / Philip Alston
  • Prioritizing workers' rights in a global economy / Carol Pier and Elizabeth Drake
  • Back to the basics: making a commitment to women's human rights / Regan E. Ralph
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [259]-312).

Subjects Human rights -- Government policy -- United States.  |  United States -- Foreign relations -- 2001-
Other authors/contributors Schulz, William F
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