Human Rights and Asian Values

Sixteenth Annual Morgenthau Memorial Lecture on Ethics and Foreign Policy

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Nobel Prize-winning philosopher Amartya Sen argues that human rights are neither a uniquely Western phenomenon nor a hindrance to economic development, the charges usually leveled against those who seek to implement human rights in Asia. He points to intellectual strands within Asian thought that value human rights.

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