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Nan, Quanyi: Human rights and democracy are closely linked
Date: 4/5/2018 2:14:05 PM Sender: Nan, Quanyi
Nan, Quanyi: Human rights and democracy are closely linked
南泉一(Nan, Quanyi)
The reason why human rights and democracy are closely linked, first and foremost, the rise of the two in recent decades is similar in time.
Democracy and human rights as a concept and practice have been accepted by many governments of many countries of the world as the two most important events of the international community since the end of World War II. In the decolonization movement since the 1950s, many Asian, African and Latin American governments claimed that they would establish a democratic and free country. Democracy is both a banner and a goal. Since then, in the “third wave of democracy” since the 1990s, democracy has been considered as a universal principle for the governance of the country. It is a standard of “good government” and should be accepted by all governments. . Marked by the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the human rights movement also rose after World War II, because the tragic World War II made the people of the world feel the importance of protecting human rights. Since the end of the Cold War, many UN member states have successively signed and ratified a variety of international human rights conventions.
Since the end of the Cold War, human rights have become an important topic in international relations. The protection of human rights has become an important element that many governments must consider in formulating policies.
I call for:
"The Chinese people want human rights! Chinese people want freedom!"

Nan, Quanyi
April 5, 2018

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