Given the American interest in human rights and democracy taking deeper root in China, what might an effective U.S. foreign policy toward China look like? What exactly is the Chinese government's position on human rights? Is the revocation of Most-Favored Nation Status an effective way to encourage the improvement of human rights in China, as many in the United Sates Congress have advocated? Are multilateral means more effective than bilateral ones? What should Christians think about human rights, and how would Christian values influence a policy-maker operating under their influence on this particular issue? This little book starts with the last question, for the purpose of building an epistemological base for addressing the more specific policy questions. It concludes with a discussion of Christian principles for dealing with the human rights issue in Sino-American relations.
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Book Description BookSurge Publishing, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1419679554