Human Rights in the New Europe: Problems and Progress
Bring together leading thinkers from East and west in order to
examine the situation of human rights in Europe, especially
east-central Europe, after the fall of communism. This book focuses
on the promotion and protection of human rights practices in
nations. It presents a balanced and cautious overview of the future
of human rights in Europe.
"[It sheds light on the problems that states emerging from authoritarianism and totalitarianism face as they transform themselves into rights-protective regimes."--Lawrence J. LeBlanc, author of "The United States @ the Genocide Convention"--Lawrence J. LeBlanc
David P. Forsythe is a professor and chair of political science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Among his books are "The Internationalization of Human Rights," "The Politics of International Law, and Human Rights and Peace" (Nebraska 1993).