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eBook The Politics of Human Rights in East Asia ePub

by Kenneth Christie

  • ISBN: 0745314198
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Kenneth Christie
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Pluto Press (April 15, 2001)
  • Pages: 288
  • ePub book: 1169 kb
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The situation of human rights in East Asia varies between the region's countries, which differ in history and political orientation, as well as between contexts within each country.

The situation of human rights in East Asia varies between the region's countries, which differ in history and political orientation, as well as between contexts within each country. Issues such as refugees fleeing East Timor, the Cambodian killing fields and freedom of speech in Singapore are just a few of the well-known human rights conflicts that have arisen in East Asian countries. The subject of human rights in East Asia is still highly topical at the present time.

Refugees fleeing East Timor. Tiananmen Square in China. The killing fields in Cambodia. Christie and Roy take on the monumental task of examining the state of human rights in 12 countries of southeast and northeast Asia. Freedom of speech in Singapore. The subject of human rights in Asia is a hotly debated one. In The Politics of Human Rights in East Asia. The result is an introduction to human rights issues in Asia appropriate for general readers and lower-level undergraduates. Kenneth Christie is a Professor at the University of Bergen in Norway.

Book Description: Refugees fleeing East Timor. Kenneth Christie covers Southeast Asia and Denny Roy covers Northeast Asia

Book Description: Refugees fleeing East Timor. Kenneth Christie covers Southeast Asia and Denny Roy covers Northeast Asia. Throughout, they examine the competing meaning of human rights in the Western versus the non-Western context and place the role of human rights within the framework of each country's history and political and economic development. eISBN: 978-1-84964-051-0. Subjects: Political Science.

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Author of The South African Truth Commission, Problems in European politics, Political protest in Northern Ireland, Human rights in Asia, America's war on terrorism, State Formation And Identity In The Middle East And North Africa, Historical injustice and democratic transition.

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Home Browse Books Book details, The Politics of Human Rights in Southeast Asia. The Politics of Human Rights in Southeast Asia. By Philip J. Eldridge. Assumptions underlying the work and the empirical foundations on which they are based have experienced corresponding turbulence. A major regime change in Indonesia and the emergence of East Timor as an independent state have been among the more dramatic developments. Currently, the resignation or impeachment of President Wahid appear highly probable.

Refugees fleeing East Timor. Tiananmen Square in China. The killing fields in Cambodia. Freedom of speech in Singapore. The subject of human rights in Asia is a hotly debated one. In The Politics of Human Rights in East Asia, the authors survey the human rights records and attitudes of each country. The countries covered are: China, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, Indonesia, Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore. Kenneth Christie covers Southeast Asia and Denny Roy covers Northeast Asia. They conclude with a discussion of the Association of East Asian Nation’s (ASEAN) role and suggestions for the future. Throughout, they examine the competing meaning of human rights in the Western versus the non-Western context and place the role of human rights within the framework of each country's history and political and economic development.