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The Role of Human Rights in Foreign Policy

  • Peter R. Baehr
  • Monique Castermans-Holleman

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 1-22
  3. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 23-44
  4. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 45-68
  5. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 69-88
  6. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 89-114
  7. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 115-128
  8. Peter R. Baehr, Monique Castermans-Holleman
    Pages 129-132
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 133-165

About this book

Introduction

Governments use human rights both as a tool and as an objective of foreign policy. The Role of Human Rights in Foreign Policy analyses conflicting policy goals such as peace and security, economic relations and development co-operation. The use of diplomatic, economic and military means is discussed, together with the role of state actors, intergovernmental organizations and non-state actors.

Keywords

conflict foreign policy government human rights Policy

Authors and affiliations

  • Peter R. Baehr
    • 1
  • Monique Castermans-Holleman
    • 1
  1. 1.Utrecht UniversityThe Netherlands

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