In the last decade the demand for human rights has become a revolutionary force in the world. In this essay, scholar Jack Donnelly traces the development of human rights from their origins as a political theory in 17th-century Europe to their present-day acceptance as an international standard.
Embassy, Civil Liberties, Foreign Policy, USA, Human Rights, DOS, Communications, International
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