States Monitoring States: The United States, Australia, and China's Human Rights, 1990-2001

@article{Kent2001StatesMS,
  title={States Monitoring States: The United States, Australia, and China's Human Rights, 1990-2001},
  author={A. Kent},
  journal={Human Rights Quarterly},
  year={2001},
  volume={23},
  pages={583 - 624}
}
  • A. Kent
  • Published 2001
  • Sociology
  • Human Rights Quarterly
In an era of globalization, universal human rights are judged to transcend state borders and fragment state sovereignty. International human rights treaties and multilateral human rights organizations play an increasing role in regulating state activity and exert a socializing impact on recalcitrant states. Recent research suggests that bilateral pressures are low on the scale of effectiveness in comparison to multilateral pressures.2 Despite this, individual states continue to assume an… Expand
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