The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights and Development: A Middle Eastern Perspective
One of the vital ways to keep human rights safe is by preserving the prevailing role of the judiciary. Standards developed by the judiciary have a significant beneficial effect of making the lives of people better and the accomplishment of the government's goals easier. In addition, these standards may ensure a better understanding of the relationship between the people and their government, on the one hand, and among the members of the international community, on the other. Moreover, major countries, such as the United States, have a great responsibility, by virtue of their international weight and technological advancement, to help promote human rights. The major countries should play an active role, especially in situations where the people of the Middle East are willing to contribute to the development of human rights and to show that they have serious intentions to spread peace and stability.
The Role of the Judiciary in the Protection of Human Rights and Development: A Middle Eastern Perspective,
26 Fordham Int'l L.J. 761
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