Human Rights at Half-Time

Hawk, David
April 1979
New Republic;4/7/79, Vol. 180 Issue 14, p21
Presents an analysis of what United States President Jimmy Carter's human rights policy accomplished, for human rights or for United States foreign policy. Declaration that human rights is the soul of American foreign policy; Official American pressure as partly responsible for human rights improvements taken in Ghile, Haiti and Indonesia; Restoration of free elections in the Dominican Republic; Carter's contribution to increased world awareness of human rights; Improvement of the international climate of opinion regarding respect for human rights.


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