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Pulitzer Prize winner Samantha Powers brings together the most influential minds to discuss the future of human rights Pulitzer Prize winner Samantha Powers brings together the most influential minds to discuss the future of human rightsHide synopsis
Description:Very Good/Good. 0312234945 The pages are clean and tight....Very Good/Good. 0312234945 The pages are clean and tight. Binding and cover are good. Dust jacket shows very slight wear. 370 pages.
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Description:Fine. 0312234945 BRAND NEW STATED FIRST EDITION, OCTOBER, 2000...Fine. 0312234945 BRAND NEW STATED FIRST EDITION, OCTOBER, 2000 WITH FULL PRINT LINE OF 1-10. VERY GOOD DJ HAS GOOD COLOR. NO NAMES OR MARKS. 08 24 2009 IU 06.
Edition: FIRST EDITION: FIRST PRINTING-10987654321
Publisher: St. Martin's Press,
Description:Fine in fine dust jacket. FINE HARDCOVER WITH FINE DUST JACKET....Fine in fine dust jacket. FINE HARDCOVER WITH FINE DUST JACKET. VERY CLEAN AND TIGHT HARD COVER. SHIPS FROM WA-USPS. EXPEDITED SERVICES AVAILABLE. Glued binding. Paper over boards. With dust jacket. 370 p. Audience: General/trade. FINE FIRST EDITION HARDCOVER WITH FINE DUST JACKET. VERY CLEAN AND TIGHT HARD COVER. SHIPS FROM WA-USPS. EXPEDITED SERVICES AVAILABLE. FIRST EDITION: FIRST PRINTING-10987654321. St. Martin's Press, 2000. At the dawn of a new era, this book brings together leading activists, policy-makers and critics to reflect upon fifty years of attempts to improve respect for human rights. Authors include President Jimmy Carter, who helped inject human rights concerns into US policy; Wei Jingsheng, who struggled to do so in China; Louis Henkin, the modern "father" of international law, and Richard Goldstone, the former chief prosecutor for the Yugoslav and Rwandan war crimes tribunals. A half-century since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights the time is right to assess how policies and actions effect the realization of human rights and to point to new directions and challenges that lie ahead. A must have for everyone in the human rights community and the broader foreign policy community as well as the reader who is increasingly aware of the visibility of human rights concerns on the public stage. General Assembly; Human Rights; International Relations; Non-Fiction; Political Freedom & Security; Political Science; Public Policy; United Nations; United Nations. General Assembly
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