After Words with Richard Thompson Ford
Mr. Ford attempts to explain what is both gained and lost when describing a controversy as a matter of universal rights. When trying to… read more
Mr. Ford attempts to explain what is both gained and lost when describing a controversy as a matter of universal rights. When trying to change the lives of millions by enforcing what western nations believe are universal human rights, are there unforeseen issues that should be accounted for? He debated this question with former Suzanne Nossel, executive director-designate of Amnesty International USA. close
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Richard Thompson Ford Professor Stanford University->Law School
Suzanne F. Nossel Chief Operating Officer (Former) Human Rights Watch
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