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Protecting Human Rights: A Comparative Study (Advancing Human Rights) Hardcover – 6 Oct 2005


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"An important and truly interdisciplinary work that will interest -- and challenge -- scholars and practitioners from various fields." -- "Political Studies Review"

" "Protecting Human Rights" is a very impressive study that makes an important contribution to our understanding of human rights protection." -- "International Affairs"

"It is hard to imagine a more rigorous, systematic examination of the growth of the international human rights regime and its effect on human rights practice than Todd Landman's "Protecting Human Rights."" -- "International Studies Review"

About the Author

Todd Landman is a senior lecturer in the department of government and member of the Human Rights Centre at the University of Essex. He is the author of Issues and Methods in Comparative Politics and coauthor of Governing Latin America and Citizenship Rights and Social Movements.

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