Sobek, David, M. Rodwan Abouharb, and Christopher G. Ingram. 2006. “The Human Rights Peace: How the Respect for Human Rights at Home Leads to Peace Abroad.” Journal of Politics (August) 68 (3): 519-529. Respect for human rights represents self-imposed restraints on the behavior of a government. These limits signify both a domestic norm and a […]Read More →
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