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What Putin’s supposed “death” of liberalism means for human rightsWhat Putin’s supposed “death” of liberalism means for human rights

If Putin was right, and liberalism is dead, what would be the future of human rights in global politics?

If Putin was right, and liberalism is dead, what would be the future of human rights in global politics?

By: Koldo Casla
July 18, 2019
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