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The Wars on Terrorism and Iraq

Human Rights, Unilateralism and US Foreign Policy

The Wars on Terrorism and Iraq by Margaret Crahan
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'If I had the power to do so, I would make this book compulsory reading for all who exercise political power in our world today! Instead, I will keep my fingers crossed that it will be read by as many members of Congress and of the current US administration as possible, and by a wide cross-section of policy analysts, diplomats, academics and human rights defenders.' - Mary Robinson, Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

Wars on Terrorism and Iraq
provides a timely and critical analysis of the impact of the wars on terrorism and Iraq on human rights particularly internationally, as well as related tensions between unilateralism and multilateralism in US foreign policy. The distinguished contributors examine the consequences for international relations and world order of the traditional standard bearer for human rights and democracy (the United States) appearing not to be championing the rule of law and negotiated conflict resolution. The authors also suggest effective policies to promote greater fulfilment of human rights in order to achieve peaceful accord within nations, and stability internationally.
Taylor and Francis; July 2004
270 pages; ISBN 9781135995072
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Title: The Wars on Terrorism and Iraq
Author: Margaret Crahan; John Goering; Thomas G. Weiss
 
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