Politics and Human Rights
January 1996, Wiley-Blackwell
Human Rights in the Study of Politics D. Beetham (Leeds University). Human Rights and Political Theory:.
1. Human Rights in Political Theory: S Mendus (York University).
2. Are There Collective Human Rights?: M Freeman (Essex University).
3. What Future for Economic and Social Rights?: D. Beetham (Leeds University). Human Rights in a Global Context:.
4. State Sovereignty and Human Rights: Towards a Global Constitutional Project: A Rosas (Abo Akademi University).
5. Stock Taking on Human Rights: The World Conference on Human Rights, Vienna 1993: K Boyle (Essex University).
6. The Role and Limits of Human Rights NGOs at the United Nations: R Brett (Quaker United Nations Office).
7. Human Rights and US Foreign Policy: Two Levels, Two Worlds: D P Forsythe (Nebraska-Lincoln University). Regional Perspectives on Human Rights.
8. Human Rights and the New Europe: Experience and Experiment: H Storey (Leeds University).
9. Relativism and Universalism in Human Rights; The Case of the Islamic Middle East: F Halliday (London School of Economics & Political Science).
10. Human Rights in the Processes of Transition and Consolidation of Democracy in Latin America: F Panizza (Institute of Latin American Studies, London University).
11. Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa: S Kaballo (Sudan Human Rights Organisation).
12. Regime Security and Human Rights in Southeast Asia: K Christie (Natal University).
* Unique in political science literature for its treatment of the way the subject of human rights affects all branches of the discipline; international relations, regional and comparative politics, political theory.
* Develops 'politics and human rights' as a serious subject of study.
* An essential textbook for this field.