The evolution of the international human rights regime has often been shaped by the push and pulls of political and historical forces and events at the expense of alternative approaches. The following Essay traces this evolution from the author’s perspective, presents India's position in relation to the structure and environment of international human rights discourse, and outlines trends and characteristics that merit reflection.
International Human Rights: A Perspective From India,
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