Human Rights: The New Consensus

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Regency Press, 1994 - Human rights - 304 pages
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The World Conference On Human Rights Took Place In Vienna In 1993 And This Book Relates To This Conference Which Was Attended By Representatives From 171 Countries. However, The Book Is More Than A Record Of A Single Conference. It Attempts To Set Out The Policy Issues In The Many Human Rights Debates Surrounding The Conference And What Emerged From That Process.

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