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Debating human rights: critical essays from the United States and Asia

Debating human rights: critical essays from the United States and Asia (Loan 9 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Van Ness, Peter. Aziz, Nikhil.
Title Statement
Debating human rights: critical essays from the United States and Asia / edited by Peter Van Ness ; with contributions by Nikhil Aziz ... [et al.].
Publication, Distribution, etc
London ;   New York :   Routledge ,   1999.  
Physical Medium
xi, 291 p. ; 24 cm.
Series Statement
Asia's transformations
ISBN
0415185068 (hbk.) 0415185076 (pbk.)
Content Notes
Introduction / Peter Van Ness -- Part I. Issues in dispute -- From human rights to human dignity / Chandra Muzaffar -- The human rights debate in an era of globalization : hegemony of discourse / Nikhil Aziz -- Asia as a fount of universal human rights / Edward Friedman -- An Asian perspective on human rights and freedom of the press / Kishore Mahbubani -- Part 2. Human rights in greater China -- East meets West : human rights in Hong Kong / Linda Butenhoff -- Developmentalism and China's human rights policy / Michael J. Sullivan -- Human rights as identities : difference and discrimination in Taiwan's China policy / Shih Chih-yu -- Part 3. Women's rights -- Reinventing international law : women's rights as human rights in the international community / Radhika Coomaraswamy -- From Vienna to Beijing : women's human rights activism and the human rights community / Manisha Desai -- Part 4. Human rights and international relations -- Human rights and devlopment aid : Japan after the ODA Charter / Hoshino Eiichi -- Human rights problems and current Sino-American relations / Zhu Feng -- From judge to participant : the United States as champion of human rights / Daniel Wessner -- Conclusion / Peter Van Ness.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Human rights. Human rights -- Asia.
Subject Added Entry-Geographic Name
United States -- Foreign relations.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS

List of contributors = ⅸ

Acknowledgments = xi

Introduction / PETER VAN NESS = 1

PART 1 Issues in dispute

 1 From human rights to human dignity / CHANDRA MUZAFFAR = 25

 2 The human rights debate in an era of globalization: hegemony of discourse / NIKHIL AZIZ = 32

 3 Asia as a fount of universal human rights / EDWARD FRIEDMAN = 56

 4 An Asian perspective on human rights and freedom of the press / KISHORE MAHBUBANI = 80

PART 2 Human rights in Greater China

 5 East meets West: human rights in Hong Kong / LINDA BUTENHOFF = 101

 6 Developmentalism and China's human rights policy / MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN = 120

 7 Human rights as identities: difference and  discrimination in Taiwan's China policy / SHIH CHIH-YU = 144

PART 3 Women's rights

 8 Reinventing international law: women's rights as human rights in the international community / RADHIKA COOMARASWAMY = 167

 9 From Vienna to Beijing: women's human rights activism and the human rights community / MANISHA DESAI = 184

PART 4 Human rights and international relations

 10 Human rights and development aid: Japan after the ODA Charter / HOSIRINO EIICHI = 199

 11 Human rights problems and current Sino-American relations / ZHU FENG = 232

 12 From judge to participant: the United States as champion of human rights / DANIEL WESSNER = 255

Conclusion / PETER VAN NESS = 278

Index = 282



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