Human Rights in U.S. Foreign Policy: Retrospect and Prospect
David P. Forsythe traces U.S. foreign policy on human rights since 1945, ultimately suggesting that internationally recognized human rights have something to teach America about its domestic as well as its foreign policy.
War and Genocide: Organized Killing in a Modern Society, Martin Shaw Reviewed by David P. Forsythe
Development Aid and Human Rights, Katarina Tomasevski Reviewed by David P. Forsythe
The United Nations and Human Rights, 1945-1985, David P. Forsythe
The First Fifty Years: The Secretary-General in World Politics 1920-1970, Arthur W. Rovine Reviewed by David P. Forsythe
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