By Peter Van Ness
In this new e-book, students from the U.S. and several other Asian nations debate basic matters resembling 'Asian values', 'peaceful evolution' and cultural imperialism. Provocative and not easy essays examine the controversy among East and West, providing serious views on globalization and human rights diplomacy.
Debating Human Rights is an unique contribution to a necessary zone of dialogue. It offers a uniquely huge variety of views on arguable concerns and demonstrates how students and activists who view the realm very in a different way can still circulate those debates ahead in a look for universal ground.
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