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H-Human-Rights is a discussion network for scholars, policymakers, authors, historians, and other interested people devoted to the history, analysis, theory, and practice of human rights.
Human Rights and Foreign Policy
Part of DIALOGUES 2019: a thought-provoking series of seminars on governance in Muslim contexts
The history of human rights has emerged as a dynamic research field in recent years, with historians such as Samuel Moyn and Jan Eckel arguing that the 1970s - rather than the 1940s or 1780s - constituted the 'breakthrough' decade for human rights in international politics. Yet Britain remains conspicuous by its absence in these narratives. Historians such as Barbara Keys have argued convincingly that human rights considerations began to exert an influence over US foreign policy formulation in the 1970s.
From the Human Rights section of the International Studies Association