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Human Rights and Democracy: The Precarious Triumph of Ideals

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Human Rights and Democracy: The Precarious Triumph of Ideals
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
ISBN/ASIN: 1849663459
ISBN-13: 9781849663458
Number of pages: 192

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The author combines an overview of the key theoretical models of democracy and human rights with a state-of-the-art survey which reports on trade-offs between achievements, set-backs and challenges in some of the world's 'hotspots'.

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