Human Rights Treaties

Considering Patterns of Participation, 1948-2000

By Mark Sachleben

© 2006 – Routledge

268 pages

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About the Book

The book examines patterns of participation in human rights treaties. International relations theory is divided on what motivates states to participate in treaties, specifically human rights treaties. Instead of examining the specific motivations, this dissertation examines patterns of participation. In doing so, it attempts to match theoretical expectations of state behavior with participation. This book provides significant evidence that there are multiple motivations that lead states to participate in human rights treaties.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction 2. Literature Review 3. Summary of Treaties 4. Data Analysis 5. Reservations and Declarations 6. High Participators 7. Conclusion

About the Author

Mark Sachleben is a visiting assistant professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He teaches classes in international relations, international law and organization, as well as European politics.He is the co-author of Seeing the Bigger Picture: Understanding Politics through Film and Television and has written articles on pedagogy and human rights.

About the Series

Studies in International Relations

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General
POL011000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations / General
POL035010
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Freedom & Security / Human Rights