New Internationalist

Simply… The Meaning Of Human Rights

January 1988

new internationalist
issue 179 - January 1988

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human rights

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An exiled Soviet dissident, a VIP in the Cold War, is touring a
Third World country for the first time. He has met the President,
a close ally of the US, and is on his way to see a prestigious
dam project when he asks his driver to stop.

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Illustration: Clive Offley

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