M. Shafi Bhat
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Dr. M. Shafi Bhat,
Centre for International Relations, Islamic University of Science & Technology Awantipora, Kashmir.
Volume - 1,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2013
Human Rights have become firmly enmeshed in both the practice and study of International Relations and are now days a permanent feature of International Relations. Since the establishment of United Nations in 1945, a huge corpus of human rights law has bee evolved under its aegis. Thus, the term Human Rights has become a catchword in contemporary discourse in International Relations. It is in this backdrop that the present paper analyses the status of Human Rights in International Relations. The paper provides the philosophical, historical and cultural foundation and perspective of the concept of Human Rights. It examines the meaning, significance and the ideological perspectives of the concept of Human Rights in international governance. The paper also attempts to appraise international efforts to promote and protect Human Rights and suggests ways for making these efforts amore effectives so that gross violation of Human Rights can be brought to an end.
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M. Shafi Bhat. Human Rights and International Relations. Int. J. Ad. Social Sciences 1(2): Oct. –Dec. 2013; Page 73-77.
M. Shafi Bhat. Human Rights and International Relations. Int. J. Ad. Social Sciences 1(2): Oct. –Dec. 2013; Page 73-77. Available on: https://ijassonline.in/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2013-1-2-9