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Human Rights in the Post-Cold War World

Seeking a balance between utopoianism and realpolitik, experts suggest a prudent human rights policy for today's chaotic world.

Introduction
The world has changed significantly since the height of the Cold War, when human rights were often set aside in the tense bipolar conflict ...

When Things Were Black and White
Beginning with a few hesitant steps after World War II, human rights have become a cornerstone of American foreign policy. ...

Rights and Wrongs Around the World
Nations are grappling with a wider range of human rights violations than ever before. ...

South Africa at the Crossroads
LET HIM NOT DIE IN VAIN SOUTH AFRICA--And so the hard-liners of the right rejoice. Chris Hani, the man many white South Africans ...

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