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The International Struggle for New Human Rights (Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights) Hardcover – December 23, 2008


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"A tremendously important book. At its core, it is much more than an assessment of the efficacy and difficulties associated with employing a rights-based approach or framework to a wide range of grievances. Rather, it is a book about the possible, a book about the individuals and organizations who have refused to be satisfied with the status quo, and who have had the courage to try to convince others to see rights violations in places where they never saw them before. From this, we should take inspiration."—H-Net



"The International Struggle for New Human Rights moves beyond the assumption that only the most in need, oppressed, and marginalized groups have the ability to internationalize their grievances through civil society organizing. Specifically, the volume highlights groups that have recently and successfully utilized human rights framing and rhetoric to gain international support for their cause and traces the why and how of this process."—Human Rights Quarterly

About the Author

Clifford Bob is Associate Professor of Political Science at Duquesne University and is the author of The Marketing of Rebellion: Insurgents, Media, and International Activism.

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Clifford Bob is an author and professor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. He studies and teaches about human rights, activism, foreign policy, and globalization. In an earlier incarnation, he worked as a lawyer at a New York City law firm. Today, he enjoys traveling, international cooking, and biking - preferably with his lovely wife, Joan, and grown children, Alex and Natalie.

His latest book, The Global Right Wing, was published by Cambridge University Press in 2012. An earlier book, The Marketing of Rebellion, won several awards and was featured on National Public Radio's Weekend Edition with Scott Simon.

He has published widely in political science, sociology, law, and policy, including a controversial 2002 cover article in Foreign Policy magazine. His opinion articles have appeared in newspapers such as the Los Angeles Times, International Herald Tribune, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong), Daily Mail (Islamabad), Sidney Morning Herald (Australia), Times-Picayune (New Orleans), and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He blogs at Duck of Minerva.

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