Human Rights in the Cold War Literature: Some Trends

 
PIIS207987840000703-2-1
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editionVolume 5 Issue 2 (25)
AbstractThe article provides an overview of some trends in modern historiography of human rights during the Cold War period. The influence of the process of institutionalization of international human rights on decolonization, human rights civil and gender movements, internal policies of individual states, and the role of human rights in the final phase of the Cold War.
KeywordsHuman rights, Cold War, United Nations, decolonization, gender movements, CSCE
Received27.06.2014
Publication date28.06.2014
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