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International Human Rights in the 21st Century: Protecting the Rights of Groups Paperback – January 14, 2003

ISBN-13: 978-0742523531 ISBN-10: 0742523535

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[E]ditors Gene M. Lyons and James Mayall state that their book may 'raise more questions than answers.' This fine volume accomplishes that superbly, and the essays included also give full play to a number of authors who seek to explore group rights theory as it affects different groups. (Human Rights & Human Welfare)

This fine volume focuses on group rights, a field that is attracting new attention in the post-Cold War era. The arguments are philosophically stimulating, draw on an impressive history of ideas, and place human rights in context relative to other factors driving international relations. The authors score a major achievement.... (David Malone)

[E]ditors Gene M. Lyons and James Mayall state that their book may 'raise more questions than answers.' This fine volume accomplishes that superbly, and the essays included also give full play to a number of authors who seek to explore group rights theoryas it affects different groups.... (Human Rights & Human Welfare)

This fine volume focuses on group rights, a field that is attracting new attention in the post-Cold War era. The arguments are philosophically stimulating, draw on an impressive history of ideas, and place human rights in context relative to other factors driving international relations. The authors score a major achievement. (David Malone)

About the Author

Gene M. Lyons is senior fellow at the John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College. James Mayall is Sir Patrick Sheehy Professor of International Relations, University of Cambridge.

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