David Forsythe

David P. Forsythe es profesor emérito en el Departamento de Ciencia Política de la Universidad de Nebraska y coautor, con Patrice McMahon, del libro recientemente publicado, American Exceptionalism Reconsidered: U.S. Foreign Policy, Human Rights, and World Order (Un nuevo análisis del excepcionalismo estadounidense: la política exterior de EE. UU., los derechos humanos y el orden mundial).

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Pompeo’s Commission on Unalienable Rights

By: David Forsythe
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In Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s report on inalienable human rights, it is unclear why freedom of religion and property rights should be elevated over other ...

 

Trump’s threats to a liberal world order are not entirely new

By: David Forsythe

Trump’s attitude towards human rights is not entirely new: our presumed liberal world order is more about liberal economics and pursuing wealth than about protecting ...

 

Hard times for human rights

By: David Forsythe
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Are we facing hard times for human rights, or are these ups and downs in global affairs to be expected with liberal norms and principles?

The death knell of American Exceptionalism under Trump

By: David Forsythe

If Trump pushes his agenda too far, Republicans concerned with liberal democracy and rule of law might start to push back.

 
 

 

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