Human rights and state responsability

Nasser Zammit (Auteur) Paru le 30 juin 2011 Essai (broché) en anglais
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    Human rights and state responsability
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    • Date de parution 30/06/2011
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    • The first 50 years of the human rights movement were hindered by the Cold War.
      With that hindrance removed, the 1990's were a period of growth and improvement in human rights law and institutions. Since 2001, the period has been marked by preoccupations regarding terrorism: the latter has taken much attention and energy away from other human rights problems. We live a world order in which some sovereign states beat primary powers and responsibilities in the life of their populations. Success in promoting human rights...
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    Résumé

    The first 50 years of the human rights movement were hindered by the Cold War.
    With that hindrance removed, the 1990's were a period of growth and improvement in human rights law and institutions. Since 2001, the period has been marked by preoccupations regarding terrorism: the latter has taken much attention and energy away from other human rights problems. We live a world order in which some sovereign states beat primary powers and responsibilities in the life of their populations. Success in promoting human rights requires hard-to-achieve success in
    other areas including building more capable, responsive, effi cient, and non-corrupt governments, dealing with failed states, increasing economic productivity, improving the power and status of women, improving education, and managing international
    tensions and confl icts. Even if there are some grounds for optimism, making sure that human rights are respected worldwide will take centuries, not decades.


    How to think through and implement human rights and individual sovereignty imperatives? How to address the demands of international justice and the rights associated with them? How to implement a multilateral culture without having it
    become a tool of Western extension and colonization? How to handle the effects of the paradox of contemporary democratic culture? Dealing with such Human rights and State responsibility problematics, Nasser Zammit signs a major refl exion about
    the globalized post-2001 world.


    Nasser Zammit holds a Ph.D in International Relations and Diplomacy, he is Doctor in Political Science, graduated with a Master in Strategic Studies and Defense Policy, he was a former airline pilot. He is currently special Advisor and International Consultant.

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    Auteur

    Nasser Zammit

    Date de parution

    30/06/2011

    EAN

    978-2753901919

    ISBN

    2753901910

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