In our first discussion our contributors evaluated the stance that newly powerful states take towards human rights.
December 23, 2014BY: Beth A. Simmons
Eric Posner argues that the proliferation of human rights norms is essentially ...
November 25, 2014BY: Eric Posner
The international human rights regime is too expansive in scope and feeble ...
August 8, 2014BY: Stanley Ibe
The argument that socio-economic rights are not “real” human rights is ...
June 5, 2014BY: Pedro R. Pizano
Social and economic rights are laudable goals, but qualifying them as ...
May 24, 2014BY: Emilie Hafner-Burton
August 21, 2013BY: José-Manuel Barreto
"Who defines the concept of human rights?" Stephen Hopgood asks. The answer ...
August 14, 2013BY: Jack Snyder
The problem with Aryeh Neier’s argument is that, historically, there has ...
August 6, 2013BY: Stephen Hopgood
The author acknowledges his supporters, but he answers his critics. (See ...
July 30, 2013BY: César Rodríguez-Garavito
César Rodríguez-Garavito responds to Stephen Hopgood and Aryeh Neier, ...
July 25, 2013BY: Margot Salomon
Drawing on the central practices and aims of a traditional human rights ...
July 23, 2013BY: Aryeh Neier
The founder of Human Rights Watch tells Stephen Hopgood and James Ron ...
July 3, 2013BY: Ignacio Saiz & Alicia Ely Yamin
The distinction that Aryeh Neier draws between human rights and social ...
June 24, 2013BY: David Petrasek
Expecting new global powers to promote human rights abroad via the United ...
June 20, 2013BY: Kenneth Roth & Peggy Hicks
Resentment of the west is making emerging powers hold back when they could ...
June 19, 2013BY: Jack Snyder
The road to greater ownership of human rights by emerging powers is a ...
June 18, 2013BY: Stephen Hopgood
It is activists, not states who will make a difference in future. But ...
June 18, 2013BY: James Ron & David Crow & Shannon Golden
Using cutting-edge human rights perception polls, the authors explore ...
June 17, 2013BY: Salil Shetty
Emerging powers are starting to wield some clout on global rights but ...