The Development Approach of Human Rights

in The Right to Development
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Abstract

The significance of including development in the spectrum of human rights lies in the fact that the notion of human rights is thus expanded, instead of being limited only to Western philosophical exploration and political experiments. Moreover, in practice, such newly added elements to human rights may correct the traditional idea in some states that the only correct version of human rights is political freedom; and those states that performed not so well in such freedoms should be criticized or even punished. When adopting a developing perspective of human rights, more tolerance and cooperation may be expected in international politics.

The Right to Development

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