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by Jan Egeland

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  • ISBN 8200027007
  • ISBN13 978-8200027003
  • Language English
  • Author Jan Egeland
  • Publisher Oxford University Press (May 4, 1989)
  • Pages 244
  • Formats mobi lrf txt rtf
  • Category Law
  • Subcategory Constitutional Law
  • Size ePub 1767 kb
  • Size Fb2 1131 kb
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Contending that smaller nations such as Norway and the Netherlands are more able than larger ones to make progress in bilateral or multilateral negotiations on human rights, this book provides a timely, comprehensive, and provocative survey of international human rights action. Egeland compares the human rights policies of the United States and Norway, and looks back on the past two American administrations to show the difficulties that superpower status creates in developing sound human rights policy.

Egeland compares the human rights policies of the United States and Norway . Egeland's career also includes service to his government as State Secretary in the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs from 1990 to 1997.

Egeland compares the human rights policies of the United States and Norway, and looks back on th Contending that smaller nations such as Norway and the Netherlands are more able than larger ones to make progress in bilateral or multilateral negotiations on human rights, this book provides a timely, comprehensive, and provocative survey of international human rights action.

to make progress in bilateral or multilateral negotiations on human rights.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Contending that smaller nations such as Norway and the Netherlands are more able than larger ones to make progress in bilateral or multilateral negotiations on human rights.

Egeland, Jan (1985) Impotent superpower – potent small state: potentials and .

Egeland, Jan (1985) Impotent superpower – potent small state: potentials and limitations of human rights objectives in the foreign policies of the United States and Norway, PRIO Report.

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Human rights have featured among the foreign policy priorities of both big and small countries for several decades. It addresses the issue both theoretically, with the use of the adapted ‘potent small state’ concept, and empirically in a case study of the recent metamorphosis of Czech human rights foreign policy.

Impotent Superpower-Potent Small State: Potentials and . This chapter examines women’s numerical and substantive representation in the domain of US foreign policy, focusing on the Department of State as the main institutional pivot of American diplomacy.

Impotent Superpower-Potent Small State: Potentials and Limitations of Human Rights Objectives in the Foreign Policies of the United States and Norway. It argues that despite increases over time in appointments to senior positions, women’s proportions long remained considerably weaker in roles commanding greater responsibility and higher remuneration.

6 See J. Egeland, Impotent Superpower - Potent Small State: Potentials and Limitations of Human Rights Objectives in the Foreign Policies of the United States and Norway (1988). 7 Norway is also included in this group. 8 In 1975–1976, Denmark gave . 3% of its GNP as overseas development assistance, the Netherlands.

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