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Source(s):Economist. 8/18/2001, Vol. 360 Issue 8235, p18-20. 3p. 3 Color Photographs.
Abstract:Reports that human rights organizations are starting to lobby for economic and social rights, such as the right to health care and the right to food. Aims of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Meeting in Dakar, Senegal...
Source(s):Economist. 11/20/2015 The World in 2016 Supplement, p63-64. 2p.
- Long, Simon
Abstract:The article discusses issues related to the international relationship between China and the U.S. It includes perennial bugbears such as human-rights record in China and repression in Tibet and Xinjiang as well cyber-security and the militarisation of ...
Source(s):Economist. 10/21/1995, Vol. 337 Issue 7937, p64-66. 3p. 2 Black and White Photographs.
Abstract:Part II. Considers how basic political and human rights in Great Britain enjoy no special legal protections, as they do in many other democratic countries. Arguments that this should be changed; Trampling liberty for convenience; Specific rights that...
Source(s):Economist. 9/1/2018, Vol. 428 Issue 9107, p7-7. 1p.
Abstract:The article offers information related to world politics as of 2018. Topics include the demand from the United Nations Human Rights Council about the prosecution of six senior generals in Myanmar for their involvement in the genocide among Rohingya Mus...
Source(s):Economist. 1/20/2018, Vol. 426 Issue 9075, p47-47. 1/2p. 1 Color Photograph.
Abstract:The article reports that Oyub Titiev, Chechen human-rights defender was arrested on drug charges and spent 10 year in prison.
Source(s):Economist. 4/12/1997, Vol. 343 Issue 8012, p19-21. 3p. 6 Black and White Photographs, 2 Graphs.
Abstract:Provides a historical perspective on the role of human rights in foreign policy. Human rights as a distraction to the traditional jobs of diplomacy, the promotion of a country's interests and the safeguarding of its security; The opinions of various p...