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Constituting Human Rights

Global Civil Society and the Society of Democratic States

By Mervyn Frost

Routledge – 2006 – 168 pages

Series: Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics

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    978-0-415-40654-3
    April 5th 2006
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Description

Global civil society and the society of democratic states are the two most inclusive and powerful global practices of our time. In this book, Frost claims that, without an understanding of the role that individual human rights play in these practices no adequate understanding of any major feature of contemporary world politics from 'globalization' to 'new wars' is possible. Constituting Human Rights, therefore argues that a concern with human rights is essential to the study of international relations.

Reviews

'In short, this collective book offers a variety of perspectives on numerous problems of humanitarian action. It is useful for those who want to deepen their understanding of current developments in the humanitarian sphere.' - Political Studies Review, Neil Stammers, University of Sussex

Name: Constituting Human Rights: Global Civil Society and the Society of Democratic States (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Mervyn Frost. Global civil society and the society of democratic states are the two most inclusive and powerful global practices of our time. In this book, Frost claims that, without an understanding of the role that individual human rights play in these practices no...
Categories: International Relations, Human Rights